Category Archives: Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus English

How To Embed Fonts in a PowerPoint Presentation?

Just imagine that our PowerPoint Presentation looks perfect on our computer, but when the time comes for us to present it somewhere else, the text looks messed up and nothing seems to be just right or how we imagined it. What has happened? This is where Fonts come in the equation. The Fonts that we have used on our Presentation, the other people where we presented our Presentation may not have the same Typefaces installed on their computer. So, what is the solution? Just keep on reading the post below.

How To Embed Fonts in a PowerPoint Presentation

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How To Display Subtitles in a Slide Show Presentation?

Have you ever found yourself in a position where you wanted your words to be presented and displayed on-screen as Captions during a PowerPoint Presentation? Have you ever wanted them to be displayed in the same Language that we are speaking, or for the Subtitles to be translated into another Language? This is where PowerPoint 365 shows up. This feature helps individuals in the audience that may have hearing problems or that are more familiar with another Language. By using this feature, we can change the Position, Size, Color and other Options for the Appearance of the Captions and Subtitles depending on what we need. All you need to do is to continue reading this post to see how this exciting new feature works.

How To Insert Subtitles in A Slide Show PowerPoint Presentation

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How To Insert Headers and Footers in PowerPoint?

Headers and Footers are repeated elements that are displayed at the top and bottom of every page. Headers and Footers are available in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. For this post, I will be mentioning on how to Insert Headers and Footers on a Slide or Notes and Handouts in Microsoft PowerPoint. The Headers and Footers are separated by different placeholders in different positions. Whatever information we insert into the placeholders will be displayed in the according position. To find out more, just keep on reading the post below.

How To Insert Headers and Footers in PowerPoint

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How To Grab the Audience Attention Back During A Slide Show in PowerPoint?

When we are giving Presentations, sometimes we want the audience to focus on what we are saying or demonstrating, and we want to grab their attention. Or sometimes we are just having a break. We want to have breaks, between long Presentations but we don’t want to bore the audience and we don’t want them to get distracted. What is the best solution for us do? Sometimes it will be useful to be able to show a black screen or a white screen rather than a Presentation Slide. How can this be accomplished? Just continue reading the post below.

How To Grab Attention During A Presentation

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How To Change The Size and the Orientation of a PowerPoint Slide?

Slides in PowerPoint are automatically set up in Landscape Layout, but we can change the Orientation of the Slide to a Portrait Layout. In PowerPoint we cannot resize the Size of one Slide in a Presentation. All the Sizes in a Presentation are the same Size. The same applies for the Orientation of the Slides in a Presentation. To change the Size and the Orientation or event to create our own Custom Size Slide, just keep on reading the post below.

Change Orientation of Slides in PowerPoint

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How To Enable or Disable The Accessibility Checker in Microsoft Office Programs?

Before we share our Presentation, Document, Spreadsheet or even E-Mail Message, we have to make sure our Content is easy for people with abilities to read and edit. This is where the Accessibility Checker shows up in Microsoft Office Files. It finds most Accessibility Issues and it explains why each issue might be a potential problem for someone with a disability. Below you can check out how it works and how to activate it.

The Accessibility Checker also suggest how we can resolve each issue that appears. The Accessibility Checker, depending on how important the issue might be, it classifies the issue either as an Error, Warning or Tip.

  • Error: Content that makes it difficult or even impossible to read and understand for people with disabilities.
  • Warning: Content that it most cases makes it difficult to understand with people with disabilities.
  • Tip: Content that people with disabilities will understand, but it would be better for them if it was presented to them in a different way.
  • Intelligent Services. Content that is made accessible automatically, which we should review for accuracy and context.

How To Enable or Disable The Accessibility Checker in Microsoft Office Programs

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What Are The New Features Available in Comments For Microsoft Office Applications?

When we insert a Comment to a specific part of a Document, Workbook or Presentation It makes our feedback clearer. If someone else comments on the Document, Workbook or Presentation, by replying to their Comments it is like we are have a discussion, even though we are not all in the Document, Spreadsheet or Presentation at the same time. To find out more about the new Comments feature available in Microsoft Office Programs just keep on reading the post below.

Insert New Comments Feature in Microsoft Office Applications

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Which Are The Updated Features for Info for our Office Files;

In Microsoft Office applications, most of the information that we need about our actual active Document, Workbook or Presentation are available in one location. This location is the Info pane of the Backstage View. In this location, we can access information about permissions, prepare our content for sharing, recover if possible unsaved Files. Now available are even more commands available for us to use, which will be described in the post below. Just keep on reading to find out how to Upload, Share, Copy Path and even Open the File Location in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Updated Info about Microsoft Office 365 Programs

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How To Recover Unsaved Microsoft Office Files?

Let’s say that we have put a lot of effort typing in our Word Document or creating an Excel Workbook or even finalizing our PowerPoint Presentation. Suddenly they are gone! We haven’t even saved them. What happens next? How do we Recover them? Thankfully, it is not that hard to Recover our Word Documents, Excel Workbooks and PowerPoint Presentations in the recent versions of Microsoft Office. This is where the Recover Unsaved Files Feature appears in Microsoft Office and will be described in the post below.

Recover Unsaved Office Files

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What Is The Touch/Mouse Mode Feature Available in Microsoft Office Applications?

A new feature available in Microsoft Office applications, is the Touch/Mouse Mode. What does this feature do? It increases or leaves the same, the spacing between the commands of the ribbon in Microsoft Office applications. Touch Mode lets us use the program even without a mouse if our device supports it by increasing the spacing. Mouse Mode lets us use the program with our mouse. To learn more about the feature Touch/Mouse Mode, just keep on reading the post below.

New Touch Mode Feature Available in Office Programs

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