@sunny: Yes. Remember, Visual Studio 2013 Community is essentially Visual Studio 2013 Professional, with a different license/EULA. So if you can do it in Profession you can do it in Community.
You will have to renew your license every 90 days, but doing that is free.
@Gary Harper: The difference between them is the licensing. VS 2013 Community has some licensing restrictions whereas Professional does not. So Community is Free*
*Free for some, not everyone in every circumstance and usage. Scroll up to the Q&A section for details on that
@leigh: sigh... I do that every time. What I get for being a fantasy book reader...
Fixed and thanks
@Paul Anthony: Per Robert's comment here, https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Visual-Studio-Toolbox/Visual-Studio-2013-Update-4#c635518457728290330
"You can install the Office Developer Tools for VS 2013 - November Update and you get LightSwitch and Cloud Business Apps project templates."
@Zbynek:. It has the same features on Windows 7 as VS 2013 Update 4 Professional...
@Ahmad Syafriza Nasution: No.
@habula: Yes. The VS Updates are cumulative, so you can upgrade from VS 2013 RTM to Update 4 all at once, directly. i.e. there's no need to first Install Update 1, then 2... etc
@Pete: In 90 days you'll need to renew the license, it will be free and you'll just need to sign in to get it. This works the same way as in the existing Express editions or if you install VS 2013 Pro/Premium/Ultimate without a Product Key.
@Josephat: Just sign in with a Windows Account (or click on "Check for an updated license" and sign in) and you should be good to go.
@ranux: Yes. http://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/ scroll down to "Community 2013 with Update 4" click on it to expand and then click on DVD5 ISO image
@habula:Yes. The VS Updates are cumulative, so you can jump from RTM right to Update 4 if need be...
@Petr: You can get both the web installer and ISO here, http://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs#d-community