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.
Here's the start screen. Cute dog.
You swipe to start and are prompted to enter a password.
Here's the home screen with a bunch of apps. It's part of the new "Metro" interface that was designed for touch screens.
There's also a Metro-style photos app.
And a calendar.
And a version of Internet Explorer. Those are browser tabs up top.
And a store to download other Metro apps. All of this has been seen before.
Now we're getting into new territory. This is the Windows file picker running on a Windows desktop....on an ARM device. Basically, you'd use this if you had a "convertible" (like a notebook that had a touch screen) and for some reason didn't want to use the touch screen. On ARM, the ONLY things that will run in desktop mode are pieces of Windows and Office apps. Nothing else.
Here's what the file-picker looks like in Metro mode
Word running in desktop mode on an ARM device.
Excel in desktop mode.
Excel in desktop mode, but being used with a touch screen. That black dot is where the user is putting his finger.
PowerPoint in desktop mode.
Last of all, OneNote, Microsoft's note-taking app.source:businessinsider