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.
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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.
Mail Merge is one of the classic features of Microsoft Word used to produce mass documents containing unique information. Here’s how to use it.
Microsoft’s Office Lens app lets you use your smartphone as a mobile scanner. Here’s how to use it to scan items and save them to other Microsoft services.
If you prepare Office documents with lots of images, sharing them can be hard due to file size constraints. Here’s how to reduce the size for easy sharing.
Inking has been a feature in Office as far back as version 2002 but rarely used. Now with more tablet-type devices like Surface, it’s worth checking out.
If you’re composing a document in Word or PowerPoint presentation, you might come across an image you’d like to quickly insert. Here’s how to insert a shot.
For the novice or pro, the Outlook Personal Information Manager includes many features you can use to boost your productivity. Here are some helpful tips.
Office 365 Connectors provide integration with popular services such as Trello, Twitter, Bing, Wunderlist, GitHub, Salesforce, Visual Studio Team Services, and more.
Microsoft Office is a powerful platform as it is out of the box, but you can make it even powerful with free add-ins and improve your productivity.
Knowing some common keyboard shortcuts when working in Outlook 2016 can be a time saver. Here’s a comprehensive list that covers a lot of actions.
Do you work with large workbooks in Excel and want to clean up the empty cells the easy way? Here’s guide on doing it in Excel for Windows and Mac.
Microsoft today announced it’s rolling out a new revamped version of Outlook.com that contains a new look and features. Here’s a look at what to expect.
As an Office 365 Business subscriber, you should have access to the updated 2016 upgrade. Here’s how to get your upgrade to the latest Office version.