InfoPath

Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms

Editor’s Note: As part of the update shared around the Evolution of SharePoint and the next SharePoint Server on-premises release, we are also updating the timelines for removal of InfoPath Forms Services components of SharePoint and SharePoint Online. Specifically, InfoPath Forms Services will be included in the next on-premises release of SharePoint Server 2016, as well as being fully supported in Office 365 until further notice. Customers will be able to confidently migrate to SharePoint Server 2016 knowing that their InfoPath…

SharePoint
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President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address at SharePoint Conference 2014

The largest and most comprehensive event in the world for SharePoint, Yammer and Office 365 announces President Bill Clinton, Founder of the Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States, as the keynote presenter. Read on for more information about SharePoint Conference 2014!

OneDrive
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SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro are now OneDrive and OneDrive for Business

We wanted to be sure everyone saw the news today – SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro will soon become OneDrive and OneDrive for Business! Current users of SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro are all set.  The service will continue to operate as you expect and all of your content will be available on OneDrive and OneDrive for Business as the new name rolls out.  Be sure to join us at SharePoint Conference,…

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The Garage Series: Answers to frequently asked questions and advanced Ninja Tips for Office 365 users

In this weeks show, Jeremy Chapman is joined again by Office application guru, Tal Kryzpow, to answer frequently asked questions from Office users. If you are a power user yearn for a higher level of enlightenment, Tal also provides advanced Ninja Tips for more spirited Office use. This is part one of a two-part series and if you have asked questions like “How do I make the Office interface less…

News

Announcing improved access to Office

Microsoft and GW Micro are partnering to provide people who are blind or have low vision improved access to Microsoft Office. Starting today, customers who have purchased and installed any version of Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013, including both perpetual and subscription clients, are eligible to download a free copy of Window-Eyes, GW Micro’s widely used and highly regarded screen reading software.

Office 15-Minute Webinars
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Webinar: Handouts for PowerPoint with guru Rick Altman

To print or not to print your PowerPoint slides? We’ll show you how to do it, while our guest, author and presentation expert Rick Altman, explains why he avoids it at all costs. Rick has been helping folks create better talks for more than 25 years and notably authored the popular and provocatively-titled Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck. Join us for this special webinar to ask Rick your questions about PowerPoint.…

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The Office of the future: From Mad Men to nomadic

It used to be that you had to “go” to the office to get work done. Today, we carry our offices with us, so why go to the office at all? We go to connect with people.  Learn how Perceptive Pixel makes the connections between innovation and collaboration in order to brainstorm, meet, share, talk, and be productive anywhere.