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What's the most helpful feature in the photos app?
Have you used the photo's app recently? What's your favorite feature to edit photos or create slideshows of your favorite pictures?
Silliest thing (on your computer)
What's the silliest thing you've done on your computer? I grouped my tabs in the latest version of MS Edge Dev and guess what? I didn't even have enough memory because I had, like, 100 tabs open. Phew! Good thing I had vertical tabs!
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Why I Love Office 365 Personal
I've mentioned before in here, what I thought some of the advantages of a subscription to Office 365 were. Office 365 was updated this morning, and after having a couple of cups of coffee I decided to see what the update was all about. While reading through it I noticed a section called Share Files, and clicked on File Transfer. The feature has always been there I'm just a little slow on the uptake to notice it and see how it works. So for those of you that already Know about it and how to use it, move on, nothing new to see or read hear, unless you can add something? Thank you very much! That would be appreciated. I no longer have any Office programs like Excel, Word, or PowerPoint on the home screens of my Android Phone, and Kindle (9th Gen.) Fire 10. Instead, I have Office 365, along with Outlook, and OneNote. Besides looking good, it frees up clutter too. So what did I find out this morning? Well, it's a little thing called Transfer Files. Pretty nifty really. send or receive file from your computer, by simply scanning QR Code from your computer. Nice! Since Most of my file live in OneDrive I probably won't make use of this often, but for those files that live on my desktop this will make transferring them a snap. There's also another feature in that same Shared Files Group called Share Nearby, that I haven't played with yet. If you use Office 365 or is it now Microsoft 365 check it out!
Meet Bambo: Global Outreach
Windows Fundamentals Director of Engineering Bambo Sofola says the first time you use Windows is the most important, and most exciting. He takes that excitement out to the world.
I often teach remotely. I use Skype and an application for a White Board. I love Bing Academic tools for a variety of reasons. Are there more teaching tools on Windows 10 or through Bing that I am missing out? I work with teens and it is helpful for me to have links or tools to share with the student through the Skype Chatbox so that they can apply what I am teaching them and have a source to go back to when I am not around to guide them through a problem.
How wireless projection works in Windows 10
If you ever wondered how projecting your computer screen to a TV is even possible, this video will give you an overview of wireless technology, and how Windows use Miracast to create screen mirroring experiences in Windows 10.
Office in general
My argument is why is it that OFFICE come as a complete package. I know that lots of people out there use it and love it, but for me most of what OFFICE offers I have no idea how to use it. I just about get by on WORD. I would like to see for the likes of me, that Office comes as a package or as separate items like Word, or Excel and so on. That way I can buy just Word and if I need another then can add that at a later date. As a whole package for me its just a waste as I never understand how it all works except Word. Ken Hunt
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Have you seen the new Office app?
The Office app is now generally available worldwide for anyone on Android and iOS phones. Have you tried it yet? Key benefits include: -Combining Word, Excel, and PowerPoint in a way that simplifies the experience with fewer apps to download or switch between. It requires far less phone storage than installing individual apps while maintaining virtually all the capabilities of the existing mobile apps people already know and use. -Integrating our Lens technology to unlock the power of the camera with capabilities like converting images into editable Word and Excel documents, scanning PDFs, and capturing whiteboards with automatic digital enhancements to make the content easier to read. -Adding new functionality for common tasks people often encounter when working on a phone—things like making quick notes, signing PDFs, scanning QR codes, and transferring files between devices. Learn more here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2020/02/19/new-office-app-android-ios-available/
Microsoft PowerPoint with a Microsoft 365 subscription is the latest version of PowerPoint. Previous versions include PowerPoint 2016, PowerPoint 2013, PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2007, and PowerPoint 2003.
With PowerPoint on your PC, Mac, or mobile device, you can: Create presentations from scratch or a template. Add text, images, art, and videos. Select a professional design with PowerPoint Designer. Add transitions, animations, and cinematic motion. Save to OneDrive, to get to your presentations from your computer, tablet, or phone.
PowerPoint shows you a preview of the theme, with four color variations to choose from on the right side. Click Create, or pick a color variation and then click Create. Read more: Use or create themes in PowerPoint. Insert a new slide.
Here’s how to get started: Click PowerPoint. Create a new, blank presentation, start with a template, or open an existing file. When you start with a new, blank presentation, PowerPoint automatically saves it to OneDrive with a default name, such as Presentation 1. To rename your presentation, do the following: