Office 2013 includes a feature called Office Upload Center and it always shows up in the notification area of the Taskbar. Here’s how to get rid of it.
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Microsoft offers an insider program for Windows 10 for PC, Mobile, and now Office. It just recently opened an insider program for Mac users for MS Office.
If you installed Office 2016 for Mac back in September but haven’t been able to update the suite since, here’s a look at some troubleshooting tips.
The Microsoft Office for Mac Team is on a roll and bring new features for the new year. One of the cool new features is Full-Screen View for Outlook.
The January update for Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac includes several new features, bug fixes and security updates. I’ll review the details including why updating should be a priority.
Emails marked as unread in Outlook signals to you and the sender that you haven’t gotten to it yet. Here’s how you can preview your emails without sending a read receipt.
The Microsoft OneDrive team recently announced significant updates to its storage plans for Office 365 Business customers. Here’s a look at what to expect.
Take advantage of training exclusively available to Office 365 Pro Plus users with an active license, to help enhance productivity with Office applications.
Office 2016 includes a new feature called Smart Lookup that makes it easy to fact check information within your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
If you are an Office 365 Business subscriber, you can now customize the tiles on the apps menu just like you would on the Start menu in Windows 10.
Previously called Office Apps, Microsoft has renamed them Office Add-ins” and we have a list of some you might want to try in Office 2013 or later.
The Garage Team at Microsoft released a new add-in for the Microsoft Outlook, FindTime, making it easy to find time to set up a meeting with colleagues.
Microsoft introduced a new Office 365 Plan for enterprise today called E5 starting at $429 per user per year or $35 per month.
PowerApps, a new service that lets users build apps for popular platforms such as iOS and Android as easy as working with Microsoft Office programs.