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Getting Microsoft Word to Call You by Your Real Name

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Taking Your AutoCorrect Entries With You

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Microsoft’s sales of Office 365 beat out traditional Office for first time

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Free alternatives to Microsoft Word, Photoshop, and more

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Microsoft previews Office support for the MacBook Pro Touch Bar

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Government Cloud Improved With The Latest Version Of Azure And Office 365

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Microsoft Office 2019 is coming next year
Microsoft's next big update for Office is coming soon. The company announced on Tuesday that Microsoft Office 2019 will be available in the second half of 2018. While Microsoft's cloud-based Office suite, Office 365, has been steadily adding subscribers, not everyone wants to make the leap. The 2019 suite is for people who don't want their apps and services in the cloud   Read More ...
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Engrave Your Own Stationery Template
Microsoft Word 2016 comes with plenty of templates, but none of them are quite what I want. Is there a way to modify one of the stock business letters into a multipage document with my own letterhead? Microsoft Word 2016 for Windows and Mac comes with a variety of page templates you can use to create different types of documents like letters, reports, résumés, brochures, labels and fliers   Read More ...
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How to Pick Your Favorite Font for Word Files
How do I change the basic typeface in my new documents in Microsoft Word for Mac 2016 so that the program always uses it? One way to change the default typeface that Microsoft Word uses for each new document is to adjust the font settings box. On the Mac 2016 version of the program, create a document and then go to the Format menu in the toolbar   Read More ...
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Nimble Plugs Into Microsoft Outlook - socaltech.com
Santa Monica-based customer relationship management software developer Nimble, led by CRM software veteran Jon Ferrara, has launched a new, add-in for Microsoft Outlook on Android. According to Nimble, the new plugin for Outlook provides information on people, company profiles, and more for Android users. The new plug-in is free, but offers up additional features for business and sales teams as an add-on feature   Read More ...
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Microsoft office 365 comprehensive book pdf
And are aimed at small and medium sized businesses that require databases, and XP: A Look Back”. Vaunted integration with Microsoft’s recent acquisition – you may be prompted to download a dictionary. Given that it is both Microsoft’s largest and home microsoft office 365 comprehensive book pdf, we do not provide updates for books bought in bulk and distributed at conferences and other events   Read More ...
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Getting Microsoft Word to Call You by Your Real Name
To activate Microsoft Word on my new laptop, I had to open a Microsoft account, but I didn’t use my real name. Now, when I edit a document in Word and add a comment, it lists the note under that made-up name. Any way I can get it to switch back to my real name? The Track Changes, Comments and other tools built into Microsoft Word are designed to let users collaborate on a document — and keep tabs on who did exactly what to the file (and when)   Read More ...
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Yes, there really is a world championship for Microsoft Office
John Dumoulin is the first American to win the Excel trophy Competitors have less than an hour to show their skills in Word, Excel or PowerPoint Most of us are never going to make it to the Olympics. But for fast typers who know how to work a spreadsheet, there's a whole other kind of world championship up for grabs. For 16 years, tech-savvy teens have convened at the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship, an annual cutthroat competition that gathers the best and brightest Microsoft Office whiz kids from around the globe   Read More ...
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Taking Your AutoCorrect Entries With You
I have years of personal AutoCorrect data entries I have made for Microsoft Word. Is it possible to transfer these settings to another computer running Word? It is possible to transfer your collection of AutoCorrect entries that you have been compiling over the years to fix habitual typos, insert characters and shortcut other keystrokes in Microsoft Word. Recent versions of Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac store the customized data in two places, depending on whether the AutoCorrect entry is formatted or unformatted within Word   Read More ...
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Microsoft’s sales of Office 365 beat out traditional Office for first time
Six years later, new Office has dethroned the old Office. Revenue from business sales of the Office 365 productivity suite topped traditional corporate Office sales for the first time last quarter, Microsoft said, a milestone in the Redmond company’s transition from selling packaged software to cloud-computing products. Microsoft first started selling its iconic collection of Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and other workplace software through online subscriptions under the Office 365 name   Read More ...
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Microsoft just passed a huge cloud milestone
Microsoft's collection of cloud apps for businesses have hit a new milestone. They now bring in more revenue than licenses for desktop Office apps and on-premises servers like Exchange. "For the first time, Office 365 Commercial revenue surpassed revenue from our traditional licensing business," Microsoft chief financial officer Amy Hood said Thursday on the earnings call for the fourth quarter of the company's 2017 fiscal year   Read More ...
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Nimble Links Into Microsoft Office 365 - socaltech.com
Santa Monica-based customer relationship management (CRM) software developer Nimble has connected up its software to Microsoft Office 365, the company said on Tuesday. Nimble said the link will match up and provide social profiles, from within Microsoft Office 365, Outlook desktop and iOS. Nimble's CEO is Jon Ferrara, who was an early pioneer in the CRM space, having previously founded GoldMine   Read More ...
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Finding a solution to pet anxiety with the help of Office 365
From pet project to production product On a road trip during a typical Florida storm, Azevedo noticed that Charger was calm in the back seat of his car, and wanted to mimic that environment in a crate for home. “My focus in the beginning of this was Charger,” said Azevedo. “A year later, after a local veterinarian educated me on how large of a problem anxiety in animals is, I decided to focus on a product for other pet owners   Read More ...
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Free alternatives to Microsoft Word, Photoshop, and more
For years, people have grumbled about the price of software. Adobe products have always been expensive, and many customers were agitated when the company shifted to “Creative Cloud,” which meant a monthly or annual subscription. Meanwhile, Microsoft Office is a staple for computers everywhere, but the price tag often irritates people who just want a decent word processor. Luckily, there are lots of free substitutes, and there are plenty of reasons people may turn to them   Read More ...
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What I wish I knew—learn from the founder and entrepreneur coach of TheRickMartinez.com
This week, as we celebrate entrepreneurs across the U.S., we have the opportunity to recognize the work they put into their small businesses, the challenges they have faced and the growth they’ve achieved. Being an entrepreneur is no easy feat. It takes an extraordinary amount of time, thought and energy to overcome hurdles that get in the way while getting started. It is important for entrepreneurs not only to learn   Read More ...
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Microsoft previews Office support for the MacBook Pro Touch Bar
Microsoft announced its plans to support Apple’s new Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro back in October, but the software giant has only started testing these features with Office users recently. Starting this week, Office Insiders on the slow ring for Mac will be able to test the new Touch Bar support across Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook for Mac. It’s relatively easy to become an “Office Insider” and test   Read More ...
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Episode 114 on Azure Functions for SharePoint add-ins with Doug Ware—Office 365 Developer Podcast
In episode 114 of the Office 365 Developer Podcast, Richard diZerega and Andrew Coates talk to MVP Doug Ware about Azure Functions and using them with SharePoint add-ins. Show notes About Doug Ware Doug Ware is the founder of InstantQuick and a SharePoint MVP based in Atlanta, GA. Doug is best known as the author of many SharePoint books and videos focused on SharePoint development. He helps a crew of   Read More ...
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Advanced Office 365 capabilities now available to U.S. Government Community Cloud customers
Today, we are pleased to announce the availability of several advanced capabilities in Office 365 that are new for the U.S. Government Community. The U.S. Government Community Cloud complies with federal requirements for cloud services, including FedRAMP, as well as with requirements for criminal justice and federal tax information systems. Communication-powered productivity Productivity today is centered on conversations, whether it’s a quick instant message, an impromptu phone call or a   Read More ...
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Five Office 365 features on the horizon for 2017
In its continuing effort to make Office 365 the be-all and end-all of enterprise and business productivity software, Microsoft has laid out an aggressive rollout plan for 2017. New features for Office 365 will be released every month during the year, and if your enterprise is in the fast track program, you'll be seeing the new features very soon indeed. Looking over the list of new Office 365 features currently   Read More ...
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LibreOffice's free Microsoft Office competitor is getting its own "ribbon" interface
One of the most significant and controversial changes to Microsoft’s Office productivity suite was the introduction of the Office ribbon that was first seen in Office 2007. Microsoft designed the ribbon to provide quicker access to the most often performed tasks, but for many users, the loss of the traditional menu structure was disruptive to their workflow. Today, the Office ribbon is taken for granted, and has progressed into what   Read More ...
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Two Office technique enhancements from readers during 2016
Some of my articles generate a bit of conversation among readers. I especially enjoy when someone suggests a valuable enhancement to a technique. In this article, I'll share two reader comments that are especially helpful: A clarification of the term "default" in Outlook An Excel expression that displays meaningful information to the user I'm using Office 2016 on a Windows 10 64-bit system, but both techniques will work in   Read More ...
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Microsoft’s AI will describe images in Word and PowerPoint for blind users
Artificial intelligence may be making small and steady advances in general-purpose situations like digital assistants. But it’s the more subtle AI accessibility features that have a more substantial impact today, especially for users with disabilities. For instance, an upcoming feature for Office apps like Microsoft Word and PowerPoint will automatically suggest image and slide deck captions, called alt-text, using AI algorithms. That way, when those files are presented to blind   Read More ...
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Microsoft Office 365 is suffering from the dreaded feature creep
Microsoft continues to add more apps to Office 365, but it may be time to ask whether the app deluge is more harmful than helpful.   Read More ...
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Russia To Delete Microsoft Office From Government Offices? Vladimir Putin Proposes Uninstalling Microsoft Software And Blocking Other American Web/Mobile Platforms
Microsoft Office could soon be deleted from all Russian government offices. As part of ramping up activities against the United States, the Russian government is planning to ditch all associated web properties including professional networking platform LinkedIn, which is in the midst of an acquisition by Microsoft. The Vladimir Putin administration could soon force government offices and associated businesses to completely uninstall all Microsoft software products, including the widely popular   Read More ...
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PnP Templates Gallery - Open source provisioning templates
At Microsoft Ignite 2016, in Atlanta, we proudly announced the availability of the new “PnP Templates Gallery” portal, which is available at the following URL: . The basic idea around this new portal, is to have a public and shared repository for PnP provisioning templates, which anybody can download and use for free. Moreover, we hope that many community members will like to share their own templates with the community.   Read More ...
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How the Office 365 U.S. Government Cloud meets the regulatory and compliance needs of the Department of Defense
Today’s post was written by Ron Markezich, corporate vice president for Office 365. In talking with customers every day, I see digital transformation taking place at organizations around the world—and it’s moving fast. As a cloud-based productivity suite that’s built to address the security and compliance needs of even the most highly regulated organizations, Office 365 is helping our customers transform the way they work. I am especially proud of   Read More ...
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Government Cloud Improved With The Latest Version Of Azure And Office 365
Microsoft has launched its Department of Defense – specific versions of Office 365 and Azure. The company has earlier gone on to provide the US government agencies with its Government Cloud service. Microsoft has gone on to add two new regions for its Azure Government in the South West and South Central US. Image Source: enterprise.microsoft.com Cloud computing has now become a staple in business. The national, federal, state, and   Read More ...
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New collaboration features to be unveiled for Microsoft Office
Microsoft is to hold a press event focused on the Office suite in New York on November 2, which will follow a briefing on the latest developments for Windows 10 a week earlier. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, along with Office corporate vice president Kirk Koenigsbauer, is set to announce new features for the Office suite and its online services. No details have been leaked about these announcements as yet. Microsoft   Read More ...
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Exelon selects Customer Lockbox for Office 365 to power up data security and privacy
Today’s post was written by Ron Markezich, corporate vice president for Microsoft. Utilities operate in highly regulated environments, so it’s not surprising that these organizations have data security and privacy top of mind as they plan their move to the cloud. That’s why I’m thrilled to see Exelon—a Fortune 100 company and leading United States competitive energy provider, with one of the cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets—taking a leadership   Read More ...
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Ditching Microsoft Office? Tips on how to switch to LibreOffice
Since open-source office suites started gaining popularity more than a decade ago, some large organizations have been turning away from Microsoft Office. The is just the latest in a string of projects to replace Microsoft at European authorities. However, while momentum may be gathering, these organizations remain in the minority, and businesses generally haven't followed suit in jumping off the Microsoft Office bandwagon. The reason for firms' reluctance to make   Read More ...
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transforming a risk management solutions business with Office 365
Today’s post about Office 365 was written by Robert Lewis, chief information officer at Assurant. From the outset, Assurant—a global provider of specialty risk management solutions—looked at Microsoft cloud technologies not so much as an IT upgrade, but as an integral component of a business transformation. We needed cloud-based business tools for employees across the United States and our international offices. With a new focus on our core competencies and   Read More ...
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Microsoft’s iPhone keyboard takes aim at Google with new built-in search
Microsoft has released a big update for its Word Flow keyboard on the iPhone this week. The biggest addition is a new search interface that lets you find GIFs, emoji, images, contacts, and anything from Bing search results without leaving the keyboard. Microsoft's GIF search feature copies the animated pictures into your clipboard, allowing you to paste them in. Word Flow will even pick out GIFs from words you type,   Read More ...
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Lenovo will preload Microsoft Office, Skype, and OneDrive on its Android devices
Microsoft that its software will be soon be preloaded onto some of Lenovo Android devices. Productivity apps including Microsoft Office, OneDrive, and Skype will be loaded onto selected Lenovo products running Google's operating system, the result of a new patent cross-licensing agreement the two companies signed that covers both Lenovo and Motorola devices. Lenovo owns Motorola. Microsoft has used similar deals many times before, linking up with Samsung, , LG,   Read More ...
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Microsoft adds new cloud-based tools and machine learning features to Office apps
Microsoft Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint are getting intelligent updates to help improve productivity and performance with the addition of machine learning and natural language processing.   Read More ...
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Office 365 gets smarter with a handful of new Word, Outlook and PowerPoint features
Back in the days of shrinkwrapped software, Microsoft would roll out giant new upgrades of its Office suite every few years, brimming with a laundry list of new (but not always improved) features. But now that we're in the era of cloud-based Office 365 -- productivity software as a service -- the updates are more frequent and more subtle. To that end, Microsoft is today unveiling a handful of small   Read More ...
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Finding the Right Microsoft Office
I am confused by all the variations of the Microsoft Office programs offered these days. If I just want to use Excel (and maybe Word) on my PC, what’s the least expensive way to get it? The current array of variations of the Microsoft Office suite and its core trio of productivity programs (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) can be overwhelming. Microsoft offers separate versions of the software for different types   Read More ...
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Register for “Digital Politics: New technology in motion” on Modern Workplace
Digital transformation is affecting all parts of our society and politics is no exception. With every U.S. presidential election, innovators get the chance to test new technologies on the political stage. If they succeed, their products could garner attention and be used worldwide. Join us Tuesday, July 12, at 8:00 a.m. PDT / 3:00 p.m. GMT for the next episode of Modern Workplace, “Digital Politics: New technology in motion,” for   Read More ...
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Why secure email is essential for your business
Malware most commonly reaches your business through email. As attacks become more sophisticated, your business could be vulnerable. A malware attack means more than just a security risk. If attacked, your business runs the risk of lost intellectual property, productivity, business reputation, time and money. In fact, the average total organizational cost of a data breach in the U.S. is , and an average of malware variants are detected every   Read More ...
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How to use an Apple Pencil with Office 365's Ink feature on your iPad Pro
Microsoft unveiled the newest version of Office 365 a few months ago, and tucked inside was a new Ink feature that lets iPad Pro users utilize the Apple Pencil to mark up documents, presentations, and spreadsheets with ease. To use this feature, it requires the $99 Apple Pencil accessory and a compatible iPad Pro (currently in two sizes: the 9.7" and 12.9"). We'll show you how to use this new   Read More ...
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Empowering attorneys and staff with Office 365 helps Kelley Drye transform into a digital workplace
Today’s Microsoft Office 365 post was written by Judith Flournoy, chief information officer at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, a law firm with seven offices in the United States and Europe. The legal profession stretches all the way back to the orators of ancient Rome. The field has come a long way since then, with attorneys often working together across geographical and organizational boundaries on behalf of their clients. That   Read More ...
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?Microsoft Office and Skype find a foothold on Xiaomi's Android phones
in the marketplace, but you will see other software from the company on mobile devices after a deal announced Tuesday with Chinese phone maker Xiaomi. That's because Xioami will install and Skype on some of its Android phones, the companies said. "Beginning in September 2016, Xiaomi Android devices, including [the] , Mi Max, Mi 4s, and Redmi 3, will come pre-installed with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Skype applications,"   Read More ...
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