Creating and modifying pages with many rich graphical elements, such as photos, has always been something Publisher is great at. In the new Office, we did a lot of work to make working with pictures even easier, and help you keep all the photos you’re working with organized from start to finish, making it easier to get the exact page layout you want.
Access 2013 web apps are great places to centralize your data. You can easily combine data from different external sources with the things that your app unique tracks. Lois Wang, a Program Manager on the Access team explains how your Access apps can connect to and display real-time data from SharePoint lists.
A stream of messages most likely flows into your inbox from co-workers and friends, and from all those enewsletters and notifications you signed up for. You need a quick way to track down specific messages without having to wade through all of them. To help you cut through the clutter, we’ve compiled four tutorials that show you some ways search in Outlook.
For smaller projects, we see a lot of users turning to SharePoint task lists. With the new SharePoint, we’ve made that experience even better to manage tasks as a team. But for most organizations, you’ll want greater visibility into all your work. This is where Project Online and PWA (Project Web Access) really shines. Task lists can easily connect and sync with all the enterprise project data stored in PWA.
The Office Web Apps continue to provide access to your documents anywhere in a variety of popular browsers. Today, we are excited to introduce you to viewing and editing documents in the Office Web Apps on tablets using “Touch”. In this blog post, Program Manage Renu Devi, describes the “touch” experience; the design framework that guided development of making the Office Web Apps touchable and responsive to touch; and the…
The addition of shape and picture effects was a big part in Publisher’s goal to make it quicker and easier to create better looking publications. Amani Ahmed Dye is the program manager who worked on bringing in these effects. Today, she’ll share the outcome of that work and how you can start taking advantage of these new features.
Almost any project we work on is collaborative these days. A restaurateur might be working with his staff and publicists to develop and advertise a new menu. A wedding planner might be working with florists and venue coordinators to make someone’s dream wedding come true. You need a way to coordinate to-dos, easily communicate status, and stay in sync with your team without leaving your favorite tools. In the next…