Microsoft Office XP SE is an office suite distributed by Microsoft. It was released on 13 August 2013, the same day that the Windows XP Second Edition operating system was released. It has since been superseded by Microsoft Office One.
- Super tooltips - house formatted text and images, used to provide detailed descriptions of what most buttons do.
- Office button - located on the top-left of the window, replaces the File menu and provides access to functionality common across all Office XP SE applications, such as opening, saving, sharing, and printing a file.
- 30 new fonts. Open Sans is the default font.
- 700 new cover pages
- 40 more transitions and text effects
- Include YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, and external videos into PowerPoints
- Include Flickr, Imgur, and web search images into PowerPoints
- Less strict support on HTML5 and CSS3 emails
- Point-and-click functionality for common tools such as mouseovers, email forms, and hit counts
- Built-in support for editing images using Paint
- Task assignment for team projects
- When you change the URL of a page, all the links to that page are dynamically changed
- Syntax highlighting
- Split View option – allows users to code in Code View and preview in Design View without the hassle of switching from Design and Code Views for each preview
- Code Snippets – gives users the advantage of creating snippets of their commonly used code pieces, allowing them to store it for easy access whenever it is needed next time
- Ad Creator Mode
- Create interactive HTML5 ads
- Text, Shapes, Pen, and 3D tools