Microsoft Office 2016 will save your documents to OneDrive by default. But, if you use Google Drive or Dropbox, you can save them to those services, too.
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Adding a signature in the desktop version of Outlook hasn’t changed much over the past few versions. But, if you’re new to Outlook 2016, here’s how it’s done.
Microsoft just announced Outlook, Wunderlist, Yammer, and Translator for the Apple Watch. As well as apps for its services on Android Wear devices.
Outlook 2016 allows you to create an Outlook Data File aka PST archive to store emails offline. This article explains the process as well as a few tips when dealing with PST files.
Microsoft just released its first update to its new Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac client. Here’s a look at what you can expect from the updates.
Microsoft has released an update to Lync for Mac 2011. Version 14.1.1 (KB3074981) is packed full of updates and bug fixes you will want to install ASAP.
Office 2016 for Mac allows you to change the Color Theme between a few options. Here’s how to customize the theme.
Office 2016 for Mac was released today for O365 Subscribers. Let’s review what it includes and how to get it installed.
Microsoft released the new version of Office for Android phones. You no longer need a tablet to use the full desktop-like capabilities of Microsoft Office.
Microsoft started using the Calibri 11pt font in Office 2007. For a lot of users, the size is too small, and you might want to make the default different.
Today Microsoft released an update to Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview. Version 15.11.1 is the second update for the month. Here’s the details.
Microsoft Word for Mac 2016 has a nice feature which generates random text. Here’s the details on how it works and how to customize it.
This week Microsoft updated its new Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview. Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and Onenote all received a little love this month. Details inside.
Microsoft today announced its rollling out updates to its Office 2016 Preview suite. Here’s a look at new features being added and what you can expect.