PowerPoint
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The evolution of PowerPoint—introducing Designer and Morph

Introducing PowerPoint Designer and Morph, new intelligent tools that automate the creation of slides and presentations—helping everyone get more out of Microsoft Office. With a cloud-powered recommendation engine and smart animation technology, these new PowerPoint capabilities help anyone create polished slides and captivating motion effects with just a few quick steps.

Office 365
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Microsoft Office apps are ready for the iPad Pro

Microsoft Office apps are ready for the iPad Pro. As we announced in September, we have optimized Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote apps for the iPad Pro. Starting today, these Office apps are now available and take full advantage of new multitasking features, so you can be productive on your iPad Pro right away.

Updates
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The new Office—October feature update

Welcome to our first new Office update post in which we share the features we are delivering to our Office customers across Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Office Online. This month we expanded Skype integration in Office Online, introduced an Office Online extension for Chrome and delivered improvements in Office on Android and Office 2016 for Mac.

Outlook
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Outlook for iOS and Android gains momentum, gets new look

It’s been an exciting journey for all of us on the Microsoft Outlook team since launching Outlook apps for iOS and Android in January. To help us continue to accelerate this momentum, we asked our new friends from Sunrise for some help. We put their design expertise to work helping us deliver a more beautiful, improved experience. —Read more about the fresh new look for Outlook for iOS and Android.

Partner
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Introducing the first travel guide that invites you to continue the story

In collaboration with Microsoft and HarperCollins, Roads & Kingdoms—an independent media company backed by Anthony Bourdain—has reimagined the travel guide by inviting you to go beyond the pages of their new book, “Rice, Noodle, Fish: Deep Travels through Japan’s Food Culture,” with an immersive web experience built with the Microsoft Office apps: Sway and OneNote.