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At last November's SharePoint Conference, we announced our roadmap for enterprise social and talked about three phases of Yammer integration: "basic integration, deeper connections, and connected experiences." (For more details, see the Putting Social to Work post published just after the SPC keynote.) Today at Convergence 2013 we provided an update to that roadmap, and I wanted to share the details more broadly.
In Word 2010, you can arrange the ribbon the way you want.
create new tabs and put the commands you use most often on them.
move the tabs where you want.
Really, you get to design the Word ribbon
to match your own flow when you're working on documents.
Upgrading to Word 2010 from an early version of Word? Surprised by the default line spacing?
Word 2007 and Word 2010 have a different line spacing default than Word 2003 and earlier versions. Back in 2007, the product designers changed the default line spacing to improve document readability, according to a 2006 blog post by Stuart Stuple, one of the Microsoft Word program managers for Word 2007.
In addition to the default spacing change in Word 2007, Word 2010 introduces a paragraph spacing option that gives you even more control over your document style and appearance.
Find out how...
Watch this video to find out how to how to use 1, 2, 3 page numbering in the main part of a document and i, ii, iii page numbering in the appendices:
-- Joannie Stangeland
The new Office Web Apps are now live across SkyDrive!
Since first available in 2010, Office Web Apps have ensured that the most common Office tools are always within reach. With just a browser, you can access your documents and communicate and work with anyone, from anywhere. And in this new release you'll see new editing and formatting controls, consistent co-authoring/collaboration support across the web apps and expanded device support, including touch-friendly editing from tablets.
If you've been using OneNote on your iPhone for a while, you already know how useful it is for keeping tabs on all of your busy life's tasks, commitments, ideas, and decisions.
Today, just in time for the holidays, we’re releasing OneNote 1.3 for iOS that further expands on the full OneNote experience with brand-new mobile features — including a version that's tailored for the iPad. Today also marks the app's worldwide debut in over 50 new markets.
Read the full blog post for a first look at the new version!