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How To Handle Links in Microsoft Office Applications?

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In Microsoft Office applications we can now decide how Links will open. Either in the Browser or in Office Desktop Apps. This way it is up to us to open the Links in our preferred mode. This feature once we turn it on, it will apply on Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. This new feature is named Link Handling, and to find out how to turn on or off this feature just keep on reading the post below.

How To Handle Links in Microsoft Office Applications

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How To Find Pinned-Recent-Shared With Me Files in Office?

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In Microsoft Office applications we have access to our Recent Documents, Workbook or Presentations. Recent items display the last few Documents, Workbooks or Presentations we opened in the program, so we can use those links quickly to access the Files. We also have the Pinned Items List, where we can pin Documents, Workbooks or Presentations so we can have quick access to those Files. The Pinned Items List is like a collection of shortcuts of Files that we use more frequently. Finally, we have the Shared By Items List, where we can share a Document, Workbook or Presentations so more than two people can open and modify at the same time. To find out more about Recent, Pinned and Shared Files in Microsoft Office Applications just keep on reading the post below.

How To Find Recent-Pinned and Shared Files in Microsoft Office Applications

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How To Use The New Templates in Microsoft Office Applications?

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New Templates with a modern and fresh look are available for us to download and to work with in Microsoft Office Applications. What is a Template though? It is a File that serves a starting point for a New Document, a New Spreadsheet or a New Presentation. When we open a Template, it is pre-formatted in a specific way. If you are interested on finding out ` just continue reading the post below.

  How To Use The New Templates in Microsoft Office Applications

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How To Find Out The Upcoming Features in Microsoft Office Applications?

Are you one of the persons that can’t wait to see what new features will be available in Microsoft Word? Can’t wait to find out what the minds in Microsoft will be sharing with us in the upcoming updates in Microsoft Excel or PowerPoint? What will be soon available in Microsoft Outlook? Well, you don’t have to worry anymore. Microsoft has thought about us. This is where Upcoming Features appears, where we can have a preview of the Upcoming New Features that will become available in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. To find out more, just keep on reading the post below.

How To Find What You Want In Office

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What’s New Feature Available in Microsoft Office Applications

Many times, we find ourselves looking for what is the latest feature available in Microsoft Office Applications. We struggle around the application, so we can find it. Sometimes we find it immediately, and sometimes we don’t. Well, now we don’t have to worry anymore, because this is where the What Is New Feature appears in Microsoft Office Applications. All you need to do is to keep reading the post below.

What Is New In Microsoft Office

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How To Send Your Feedback in Microsoft Office Applications?

Are you happy with Microsoft Office Applications and you want them to know how much? You are not satisfied with some things in Microsoft Office Applications, and you can’t tell them your opinion? Do you have an idea or a suggestion about Microsoft Office Applications and you want to share it and you don’t know how? This is where Microsoft Feedback appears in all of Microsoft Office Applications. It is an easy procedure to show if we are satisfied, dissatisfied or have a suggestion or an idea about Microsoft Office Applications. Because our opinions matter. Just read the post below, to find out how we can Share our Feedback in Microsoft Office Applications.

How To Send Your Feedback in Office 365

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How To Auto Hide – Show Tabs Only – Show Tabs And Commands in Microsoft Office Applications?

Do you need more space when you work in Microsoft Office Applications? You want to focus more on your Document? Pay more attention at the Formulas in your Spreadsheet? Have more space for your PowerPoint Slides or your Message in Outlook? This is where the Ribbon Display Options features appears in Microsoft Office Applications. Just keep on reading the post below to find out how to use these features.

How To Show, Hide, Customize the Ribbon in Office

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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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