Articles tagged: Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office appears in every new install of Windows 10, but is it really “included”? Yes and no.
Microsoft continues to confuse us with product names. I’ll clarify the difference between Outlook and Outlook.com, and help you understand which you want.
Before you dismiss it because it’s a subscription product, take a look and do the math. Microsoft Office 365 might be surprisingly affordable.
The Microsoft Office 365 subscription model makes moving to a new machine very, very easy.
I’m slowly switching to OneDrive because I realized there was a fundamental difference between Google Docs and Microsoft Office Online.
Microsoft Update works hard to make sure your system is up to date and safe – especially safe. It’s generally not a good idea to second guess it.
Depending on how you use your word processing program, you may be able to find a good, free alternative to Word.
Software packages, more and more, are coming as large download files – I wouldn’t even attempt to do it on dial-up! There may be a few options for you that will work.
Lots of people keep their passwords and sensitive information in documents or spreadsheets sporting a password. Is that really safe?
There are several reasons why an email might get stuck in an outbox. I’ll look at some of the more common ones.
Moving Microsoft Office to a new computer is usually an easy process as long as you follow a few steps.
Microsoft Office documents can sometimes grow larger as you save them. There are a few options to explore to reduce the likelihood, and the space used.
Depending on the situation, the number of machines you can install a single copy of Microsoft Office on is unclear.