Category Archives: Office 365 English
A new Pen Set is available in Microsoft Office 365, which is customizable and portable. The good thing is that we can define the pens that we use and want to have, and they will be available in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. To find out the New Pen Sets that are available, just continue reading below.
Did you Save the changes?
I forgot to Save the Document.
Things like the above have happened to us many times. Now these things belong to the past. The AutoSave feature has arrived for Microsoft Word 365, Microsoft Excel 365 and Microsoft PowerPoint 365. AutoSave is enabled by default when a File is stored on OneDrive or SharePoint Online.
What does it do? It automatically saves changes to the Cloud while we are working on it. If other people are working on the same File, with AutoSave they can see our changes in just a few seconds.
Say for some reason we are not connected to the Internet, the first thing that we think is how are we going to get our work done? Will we be on time for the deadline? Among with many other questions. So, what do we do?
First of all in order for this to work, means that we must have uploaded our Document, Workbook or Presentation on our OneDrive Storage Space.
Then, even though we are not connected to the Internet, we use the same procedure to Open our Document, Workbook or Presentation, only that we open them from our OneDrive Personal Account. We then continue to work on our Document, Workbook or Presentation while we are Offline, and anything that we change or do will be uploaded to the server when we reconnect to a Network. Office Online is completely free, can easily be accessed from any device, and is better for real-time collaboration.
Let’s see this in action then.
In nowadays users want to use their pens to comment, annotate and illustrate ideas and thoughts on documents, spreadsheets and presentations. The ability to replay ink strokes like they were drawn lets us design things step by step or even to show a process of thoughts. This is where the Ink Replay command appears.
In a previous post of mine named Start Inking in PowerPoint, I described the feature of Drawing-Using Ink in a Presentation. We can find the Inking Tools by activating the Draw tab of the Ribbon. Inking Tools are available in Microsoft Word 365 and Microsoft Excel 365, and Microsoft PowerPoint 365. Why Inking though?
We use this procedure to comment, mark up and annotate content with the use of a pen, a highlighter or felt tip pen. We can also erase any changes that we make and change the color and weight of a line or text that we have added while marking up the content.
An extra command now that has been added on the Draw tab is the Ink Replay command. What is the use of the Ink Replay command?