Top-level baseball announcers have their work cut out for them. They have to keep track of the statistics and stories of hundreds of players, call the action as it happens on the field, and entertain and inform thousands of listeners between pitches. We spoke with Milwaukee baseball announcer, Joe Block, to see how he makes this daunting task seem so easy.
This month OneNote celebrates 10 years of helping users capture notes at home, school, work and anywhere in between. In that time, OneNote has grown and added features for managing everything from recipe collections, to class notes, to projects and events–across phones and tablets, as well as the PC. Take a look at some 30-second videos that highlight the amazing things people are doing with OneNote.
As part of its ongoing commitment to education, Microsoft today announced Student Advantage, a new benefit to qualifying institutions which will make it easy for students to use the latest and best version of full Office at their education institution and at home. Beginning December 1, 2013, any institutions worldwide that licenses Office for staff and faculty can provide access to Office 365 ProPlus for students at no additional cost.
In this week’s episode, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by Office Mobile expert Guy Gilbert to round-up the latest in Office experiences across Windows, iOS, and Android platforms. Besides highlighting all the Office coverage on these devices, they show everything in action, including what may be the first Office demo to span nearly all mobile apps as they plan a rally game. They then challenge pro skateboarder and rally driver,…
Microsoft PowerPoint is a fantastic tool for creating polished presentations, but what if you just want to share some informal ideas with the other people in your meeting? Or perhaps you’re running a group brainstorming session and want everyone to be able to contribute their ideas? OneNote 2013 has several great features designed to make it easier to present and collaborate on ideas in a meeting. Let’s look at some…
We know the crowded app market is creating confusion for customers, but the reality is, the best free alternative to Office is Office–Office Web Apps. The Office Web Apps are a free version of the Office applications you already know and love with the same familiar user experience you want. Read on to learn why they trump the free alternatives hands down.
As a college student, Liz Scoble loved using OneNote to keep all of her class notes organized and stay on top of her daily to-do’s. She recently joined the OneNote team after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis. Here, Liz shares her favorite OneNote features for staying productive in school.