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Microsoft Word 2016 New Features (Oct. 2017)

This week we’re focusing on Microsoft Word. Specifically, we’re going to go over some new Word 2016 features that have recently been announced — things like pen drawing, having Word read aloud, looking over the activity of documents and how to share documents in both OneDrive (consumer) and OneDrive for Business. If you have Office 365 Home ($99/year and you get 5 licenses), or Office…

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What’s the Difference–O365 Home, O365 Business & Office 2016?

Microsoft is known for their confusing names and description of products. This article will make it clear what each product is and what’s right for you. We’ll look at Office 365 Home (home category) Office 365 Personal   “ Office Home & Student 2016 for PC   “ Office 365 Business Essentials  (business category) Office 365 Business Premium      “ Office 365 Business                     “ Office 2016 Microsoft Office…

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Free Images for Office – Pickit

If you are a content creator, you’re probably on the lookout for free images and icons. Microsoft has teamed up with Pickit to bring this browsable and searchable collection to you for free. No money, no attribution needed, no copyright or creative commons to deal with. With Pickit, you get a searchable collection of photos, icons, 3D and moving images – 1.2 billion images! Here’s…

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Add Dropbox to Microsoft Office Save-to Options

While scrolling through Twitter, I saw a tweet about how to add Dropbox to your list of ‘save-to’ places when using Microsoft Office 2013. I do use Dropbox some. I set up an account before SkyDrive/OneDrive and it’s been pretty useful. Sometimes it’s helpful to learn visually, so I made a short video on how to do this. First, a couple of things to prepare…

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How To Make Your Own Passport Photo

It was time to renew our passport, so I went on-line to see what resources I could find at the U.S. Passport site. There, I found a great tool and then needed to figure out how to take the photos and get them in a format where I could get them printed. So I decided to make a video on how to make your own…

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