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PJ Hough, Corporate Vice President of Program Management, Microsoft Office Division
Welcome to the Office Next blog. I'm really excited to kick off this conversation and connect you with the engineers who are building future releases of Office-here, they'll discuss the improvements we make, the designs we choose and the data and feedback that inform our decisions.
A common problem with email searches is that they can return too many results. For example, entering someone’s name may return matches where the name appears in parts of the message’s body even though you meant to look for messages from that person. It can be also hard to enter other criteria to help narrow your search, such as whether it has an attachment or that it has a particular category applied. Wouldn’t it be great if you could specify these parameters easily and get a better set of results - finding what you want even faster? Outlook 2010 makes it easy!
Work is no longer 9-5, nor confined to a single location. People are out and about more than ever and need to be able to access their documents and data whenever and wherever they are. As we shared at SharePoint Conference in November, we've been working hard on new SharePoint mobile apps so you can access your information from a variety of devices.
Today, I'm excited to share an update on the progress we've made -from the new native apps and how SharePoint document access appears in the native Windows Phone Office Hub to investments in cross-device access across multiple browsers and a new backend feature called "Device Channels."
If your document is just a little bit longer than one page, how can you shrink it to fit?
We've seen customer questions asking where this feature is in Word 2010.
Answer: It's in the command well. And you can pluck it from there and add it to the ribbon.