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Did you know that it's easy to create a bibliography based on common citation formats in Microsoft Word?
A few months ago, we were asking students about how they write a research paper. Jon, a freshman at a local community college, had just completed a huge term paper that counted for a large percentage of his overall grade in a class. While describing how he wrote this paper, he told me he hated writing bibliographies because he couldn't remember the proper format for citing sources. Unaware that Word has a built-in solution to his problem, he had turned to an online alternative. When I told him about the citation generator in Word he said, "Word does what? Where's that at?"
Check out my full blog post to learn how it's done.
Our latest update for the Outlook Hotmail Connector--which connects your Hotmail with Outlook--includes support for HTTPS protocol, a standard for sensitive content. HTTPS helps keep your private information private, which is why it's commonly used for example by banks, merchants, certificate verification processes, etc.).
To start to use HTTPS with your Hotmail account, install the latest version of Outlook Hotmail Connector. No other changes are required in Outlook or on the Windows Live site. Keep reading for the details, links, and install how-to's.
I’m excited to talk about updates to the Office Web Apps, which are now available live on SkyDrive and the Office 365 Preview. You can try out the new Office Web Apps on SkyDrive by signing in using this special link or you can participate in the Office 365 Preview. Either way, you will get the same new Office Web Apps when you create or click on a Word, Excel, PowerPoint or OneNote document.
This morning, we reached an important development milestone: the beginning of the "Office 15" Technical Preview Program. Office 15 is the codename for the next generation of the Microsoft Office products and services, and the Technical Preview is the first time we share our work with a select group of customers under non-disclosure agreements. These customers play a key role in our development process by testing early builds and providing feedback, which we incorporate into the final release.
Effective immediately, we have changed the Office 2013 retail license agreement to allow customers to transfer the software from one computer to another. We made this decision based on feedback from our customers who asked for additional flexibility in this area.
Just last week we introduced a new personal email service called Outlook.com. In a previous post, we described how to upgrade from Hotmail to Outlook.com. Today, Dick Craddock, who runs the Program Management Team for Outlook.com, shows you how to upgrade from Gmail to Outlook.