Business Insider got their hands on a copy of Office 15 on a Windows On Arm or Windows RT device.

As you can see from the screenshots below, the applications have been faithfully ported to ARM and are looking pretty spectacular.

The screenshots are from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and One Note.


Microsoft Excel on ARM

Microsoft Excel on ARM

Microsoft Powerpoint on ARM

Microsoft Powerpoint on ARM

Microsoft OneNote on ARM

Microsoft OneNote on ARM

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In addition to being a former Microsoft MVP and the founder and editor of, he is the CEO of a Pasadena based online marketing education startup - Learn About The Web Inc. ( and The Redmond Cloud (

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  1. Interested in knowing how power hungry office suite is going to work on a tablet which is set to run on low power, i know this version is going to be better on resources but would still be interesting to see

  2. Where’s the ribbon?

    • The ribbon is collapsed by default.  When you click on a tab at the top, the ribbon will appear temporarily until you click a button.  You can choose to have it permanently displayed too.

  3. That’s the Desktop Taskbar at the bottom of each image.

  4. Looks like the UI is back to the basics-no toolbars or menu ribbon. But then again, it is a lite version.

  5. Come from the Windows on ARM video

  6. @Onuora:disqus 

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