Category Archives: Office 365 English
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.
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.
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.
In previous posts of mine I had mentioned the Alt Text function in Microsoft PowerPoint, post where you can read in the link here. Things have improved now with the latest updates and we now have an actual command available for us to use. All you need to do is to continue reading.
Don’t Type. Just Talk.
In older versions of Microsoft Office, speech recognition was included. All we had to do was to find where it was located. Now this feature is part of Office. Speech recognition uses our voice to control the computer. All we need to do is to Dictate. In order to find out how the feature Dictate works in Microsoft Office 365 applications just continue reading this post.
Many times, we navigate in a Windows Explorer where we have Word Documents and Excel Spreadsheets. Of course, we have named them, but we need to get a quick idea of what these Files actually contain. The only thing that we see is a Preview of a Word Document or an Excel Spreadsheet. Thankfully, we can generate Thumbnails of Microsoft Word Documents and Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets in order to have a glimpse of what these Files actually contain. Just keep on reading below.