After months of testing, speculation and preparation, Microsoft has removed the "Preview" tag from their Office apps in the Microsoft Store. This may seem like a small step but it's a clear signal that the only ways you'll be able to buy Microsoft Office in future will either be as part of an Office 365 subscription or by download through the Windows Store.
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Microsoft Excel is packed with useful data management features that don't see a lot of use, like pivot tables, index and match, and conditional formatting. If you're just using excel to sum and chart columns, this graphic can show you some other tools to help you become the spreadsheet ninja you always wanted to be.
Thanks to the tech boom, today's businesses are becoming more digital across every industry. As such, employers are likely to give your resume more consideration if you can demonstrate some level of understanding with today's top office software. Fortunately, a lifetime subscription to eLearnExcel + eLearnOffice is all you need to get there, and you can sign up for more than 90 percent off.
Mac users often lament being left behind when it comes to updates from Microsoft. But it looks like that is going to change with a new update that is making its way to Office for Mac users who are enrolled in Microsoft's Office Insider program. A new release that's coming to those on the Office Insider Fast ring promises some major changes that will make it easier to deliver new features.
Although Microsoft is doing their best to move from the perpetual license business to subscription software, they are still releasing perpetual versions of their core business software. Today, at their annual Ignite conference, the company announced that Office 2019 will be released during the second half of 2018.
If you're a browser-based user of Office 365 you'll see some changes. Microsoft has given the online version of their productivity suite a spruce up, refreshing the application launcher and improving the search tool. There's a also a task-based tool that suggests which tool to use to best complete a particular job
The Microsoft Office suite is the most popular office software on the planet, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that mastering it can give you a sizable edge while you're on the hunt. However, some employers won't give your resume the time of day unless you're backing up your knowledge with the proper certifications, and that's where the Ultimate Microsoft Office CPD Certification Bundle comes in.
This July, we asked for software tips from the 2017 Microsoft Office National Champions, a set of charming teens who are officially the best at using PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. The Verge recently followed these teens to the World Championship in California, where they tested their Office skills in a contest that out-nerds the spelling bee.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of American teenagers compete to be the best at Word, Excel and PowerPoint and win up to $US3000 ($3907) in the Microsoft Office Specialist US National Championship. It's organised by Certiport, a testing company that offers certifications in software such as MS Office, AutoCAD and Adobe Creative Suite. We asked this year's first-place winners for their best Office tips.
Microsoft Office is undoubtedly the most popular office suite on Earth. As a result, recruiters and potential employers understand the value behind being a certified MS Office pro, and thanks to the Ultimate Microsoft Office CPD Certification Bundle, you can add this coveted title to your resume straight from your computer.
There are some excellent time-tracking apps out there, but if you prefer the comfort of good old Microsoft Excel, here's some good news. A Redditor made an Excel-based to-do list with built-in time tracking, and the template is free to download.
Microsoft Office powers many of today's work environments, making it a valuable skill to pick up if you're on the job hunt. With the Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle, you can vastly improve your odds of being hired by mastering four essential MS Office programs.
If you want to stand out in the office or during your next interview, then picking up the Multi-Faceted Microsoft Office Professional Bundle is a solid move.
Microsoft Office is a highly popular suite of programs for a reason...but it’s pricey. For a more cost-effective alternative, get the WPS Office 2016 Business Edition instead -- and take advantage of word processing and spreadsheet programs that won’t leave your wallet hurting.
Android: OneNote is turning into a pretty killer note-taking app (especially after Evernote started limiting its free users). Today, its Android app is getting better with multi-window support, password protected sections, audio recording and more.
If you want to get a reply to your email, you can start by writing a good one. Boomerang has had some helpful tips to do this in the past, but now the company is taking it a step further. Its new feature Respondable will rate your emails on the fly in a few key categories.
If you've mastered the basics of Microsoft Excel and you're looking to boost your spreadsheet skills, this visual guide explains some useful tips and shortcuts you may not have tried.