Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace that aims to be a Slack killer. With tight integration with Office 365 and Microsoft’s other products, it just might catch on.
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In this post, we’ll show you how to overcome the inherent formatting finickiness in Microsoft Excel 2016 and add a watermark to your spreadsheet (without clashing with your data!).
Microsoft Excel templates letting you down? Make your own invoice from scratch using these simple steps.
VLOOKUP is one of the most powerful functions you can learn in Microsoft Excel. It’s easy to use. I’ll show you.
Office 365 users can get two-step authentication using Microsoft Azure’s multifactor authentication feature. Here’s how to enable it.
Learning the ropes of Microsoft Excel is equally as important as learning the basics of Word and Outlook. These essential tips will give you a jumpstart on tapping the data crunching potential of Excel.
Microsoft Word is primarily known for its word processing features, but it has some surprisingly decent desktop publishing functions, too.
If you use Microsoft Office 2016 products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to prepare sensitive information; did you know Office has a built-in encryption feature? Let’s review the details and how to protect your documents.
Microsoft’s new app launcher also shows how serious Microsoft is about embracing the cloud. Here’s a look at what to expect with the new launcher.
Sometimes Microsoft Office documents get corrupted and won’t open. Here’s a look at how to repair them manually using Office itself.
Not every feature in Microsoft Word is required by every user, but there are some essential ones, every user should know. Here’s a list of 10.
In this article, I’m going to review Creating Self-Signed certs using the latest version of Microsoft Office 2016
Last year, Microsoft launched Office 2016 for Mac. A year later, Office for Mac finally sees the release of the first 64-bit version available now.
Microsoft recently launched Planner and we decided to check it out to see if Microsoft has a solution that’s enticing for services like Slack and Trello.