Microsoft Word gives you the ability to highlight parts of your document using drawing tools, and heck, the tools are fun to mess around with anyway. Today’s article will walk you through how to use this feature (and why the buttons might be greyed out and unusable).
If you use text replacement—like being able to type in “omw” and having it replaced by “on my way”—then you may be upset by the fact that Outlook no longer uses the system-level ones on the Mac. In this tip, we’ll discuss how to configure those shortcuts in Outlook instead!
Within Outlook for Mac, you have to enable BCC to be able to use it when you compose emails—and we all know how important it is to not blast out a message to 50 people with their emails visible. In today’s tip, we’re going over how to turn it on!
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!
Using Microsoft Word’s built-in “Compare Documents” feature can be incredibly helpful if you’re trying to figure out where changes were made in a new version of a Word file. This is so much easier and faster than looking through files manually, so come check out how to do it!
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!
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.
Microsoft late Tuesday released an update to the Office for Mac 2016 Preview. In addition to a number of bug fixes and functionality improvements, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint received some visual tweaks that mirror the changes in progress for the Office 2016 for Windows beta.
Microsoft has just released the first preview build of Office for Mac 2016, a major update for the out-of-date software that brings modern productivity features to OS X for the first time in five years. All OS X users can download the preview now and use it for free until the final launch later this year.