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Microsoft two new features for Microsoft Word, powered by the Azure Cognitive Services AI (Artificial Intelligence). The features are now rolling out to all Microsoft 365 subscribers on the web, mobile and will be rolling out to Word for desktop users by the end of the year.


The first one is the transcribe feature in Word that converts your speech to text, and the second one is the dictation with voice commands in Word. Let's learn more about these features.

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If you are part of the Office Insiders program and running the Beta channel build 13006.20002 or later (version 2006), Microsoft introduced a new collaboration feature in Microsoft Word for desktops that will enable you to experience the modern commenting.


To know more about the modern commenting feature in Microsoft Word for desktop users, and how to use it, continue reading further.

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You must be aware that, Microsoft and the professional social-networking site LinkedIn launched the LinkedIn-powered "Resume Assistant" in Microsoft Word. This collaboration makes the task of writing resumes that project one's skills and expertise to be easily noticeable by hiring managers.


In this post, we will learn a little more about 'Resume Assistant' and how it will help you to get higher prospect of getting an offer.

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If you are using Microsoft Word Automation or COM Components to read a MS Word document, you may notice the following error message for few word documents "Error 800A175D - Could Not Open Macro Storage".


This is caused by the user account, whose "user hive" is not loaded when Microsoft Word started. Continue reading to know more about the issue and solution.

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