Microsoft Word for Windows and Mac automatically tracks total editing time of documents. Here’s where to find it.
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If you need to send batch documents to a group of individuals, the Microsoft Mail Merge feature is a fast and easy way to do it. Let’s review the step-by-step process.
Freezing the top row won’t make your headers print. Here’s what you need to do instead.
If you come accross a situation where you need to have an email message delivered at a specific time, here’s how to set that up in Outlook.
Here’s how to change and customize the font for email titles, row headings, and the body of messages in the Reading Pane of Outlook 2016.
Outlook makes it easy to send messages to a selected number of contacts using the standard and Mail Merge feature from previous versions of Office.
Microsoft today announced some major new improvements and updates to its Mail & Calendar apps in Windows 10 that will be rolling out over the coming weeks.
In a long awaited update, OneDrive now features a much-improved Mac client experience and seamless syncing with SharePoint Online team sites.
Have you ever wondered how to disable the annoying Copy and Paste Popup box in Microsoft Office? Here’s how to disable it.
Word 2016 has the handy Change Case command, but Excel 2016 doesn’t have an equivalent. Fortunately, you can accomplish the same thing using the UPPER, LOWER, and PROPER functions.
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.
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.