Adding a Watermark to a document is a simple way to add a level of professionalism and instantly update your peers on the status of the document – confidential, draft, etc. Here’s how to add one using Microsoft Word.
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Office 2016 includes a new feature called Smart Lookup that makes it easy to fact check information within your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
Windows provides a way to track multiple time zones via the clock. And if you live in Outlook all day, here’s a look at how to manage time zones better.
Microsoft Office applications at some time or another will break. If this happens to you, here’s a look at how to run the repair utility in Office 365.
In addition to updating my Office 365 to 2016, I also have a PC which is mostly kept offline. Here are some interesting things I noticed during the install.
Microsoft today launched the final version of Office 2016 and it’s available for download now. Here’s how to upgrade your Office 365 version today.
Microsoft Word is chuck full of tools that help to make your documents professional and easier to create. Here’s how to make the Tabs feature work for you.
Microsoft confirmed that Office 2016 will officially start rolling out on September 22nd for Windows. Here’s a look at new features and reasons to upgrade.
If you collaborate with team members on projects, the Track Changes feature in Word 2016 is essential, and now more powerful.
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.
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.
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 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.