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Curious about the Office Web Apps? Afraid the sign-in process will be like finger nails on a chalk board? How about this: If you use Hotmail, Messenger, or even Xbox LIVE, you already have a what you need to start up the Office Web Apps. If you don’t, let me show you how fast and painless it is to sign-in and start. Stopwatches ready? Ready, set, watch:
Got a question? Over a half a million people go to Microsoft Answers every day for help. In this short video, let me show you why it can help for your particular question.
Can't find the Out of Office Assistant to update your contacts for a long July 4th weekend? Well, for Outlook 2010 you find it where you find all the other options and tools: the Backstage view (click the gold File tab in the upper-left corner of the program window) and then click the Automatic Replies button.
This new video training goes over the basics of setting up Automatic Replies for any occasion (including the most frequent, your out-of-office message). But the training also has a workaround if you don’t have a mailbox on Microsoft Exchange, a program that delivers email to Outlook and your mobile devices. Here’s the first part of the training and let me explain more below about Outlook and Exchange...
Perhaps the most asked question at Office.com has to do with product keys (some may call them activation codes). Let me explain a bit about them and show you a new site to help you answer those pesky questions.
We wanted to show off our customers' favorite features in Office during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. Here’s one of the big ones: embedding video right inside your PowerPoint presentation.
We wanted to show off our customers' favorite features in Office during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. Here’s how you can save time and make pictures pop in Word and PowerPoint 2010. Watch:
Creating documents that can be digested by everyone is important in this day of digital documents. Think about it: People with low or no vision may have the document “read” to them by screen reader software. So to have descriptions about images or graphics is important. That’s just one of the steps for creating accessible documents.
Even though this looks like an Office Casual, it’s not. I’m just giving voice to Turi Henderson of the Office Accessibility team, and Harry Miller did the post-production. To learn more about accessibility in Office, check out the corresponding article to this video at Office.com.
We talked to customers during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. Jai Carter talked to us about using two versions of Office.
A cool ingredient of the Microsoft Store is a community space where events occur. It’s where we set up shop to record videos during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. But local business groups and organizations use the space as a high-tech meeting area. We talked to Chad Mack, the Community Development Manager at the Bellevue Square store.
Last week we interviewed customers about Office during the Microsoft Store celebration for the first anniversary of Office 2010. William wanted to talk to us about all his years with Office.