Outlook for Mac is a great program, but if you want to use Apple’s built-in applications instead, then you may have to export the contacts Outlook has saved into its “On My Computer” group and import them into the Contacts app. (And no, Outlook’s “Export” command won’t work properly. Bummer.) We’ve got your instructions here!
Microsoft Word’s default font—Calibri—may not be your cup of tea. Maybe you prefer serif fonts. Maybe you don’t know what a serif font is, but you hate Calibri anyway. Maybe you’re just the biggest fan of Helvetica that has ever lived. No matter your reason, we’ll tell you how to change the default font in Word for Mac!
By default, the Microsoft Office programs on the Mac launch to a start screen that you can use to pick a template or open an existing file. If you don’t like that, though, you can switch the behavior up and configure the apps to open directly with a blank new document. Here’s how it works!
Need to install Microsoft Office on multiple PCs? Don’t waste time and bandwidth using the standard online installer. Grab the Office Offline Installer once and then use it to quickly install Office 2016 as many times as you need. Here’s how it works.
If you’re creating a long document in Word on your Mac, the program’s ability to generate a table of contents is pretty darned handy. Here’s how to create an automatically generated table of contents in Word 2016 for Mac, and how to keep it updated when your document changes.
A major benefit of subscription software services like Office 365 is that users always have access to the latest versions. But sometimes you need the older version for reasons of compatibility or personal preference. Here’s how to grab and install the older Office 2013 using your Office 365 subscription.