Microsoft Office 2013 shows the following screens when an application is launched for the first time:
Both the Office Customization Tool (OCT) and Group Policy Management Editor provide a way to disable these First Run screens
Office Customization Tool (OCT)
Note: The OCT can only be used with Windows Installer based source files for Microsoft Office 2013.
STEP ONE: Using the OCT (setup.exe /admin), go to the Features section and select Modify user settings | Microsoft Office 2013 | First Run | Disable First Run Movie
STEP TWO: Set the Disable First Run Movie to Enabled
STEP THREE:Select the Disable First Run on application boot and set it to Enabled as well
STEP FOUR: Save the resulting MSP file and use it as part of the Microsoft Office 2013 deployment
Group Policy Management Editor
STEP ONE: If you have not already, download the Office 2013 Administrative Template files. These can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35554
STEP TWO: Copy the ADMX files to %systemroot%\PolicyDefinitions and the ADML files to the language specific folder (such as en-us) under %systemroot%\PolicyDefinitions.
STEP THREE: Using the Group Policy Management Editor go to User Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates: Policy definitions | Microsoft Office 2013 | First Run
STEP FOUR: Set the Disable First Run Movie to Enabled and the Disable Office First Run on application boot to Enabled
Note: If you would like to manage the Opt-in or First things first prompt, please see my other blog post.