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Speaking at the Morgan Stanley TMT conference in March 2018, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella claimed that Office 365 offers the greatest opportunity for Microsoft as a program and enterprise in the company’s history.


Microsoft has also witnessed rising revenue and greater business potential in both their Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Power BI.

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Microsoft, in a blog post announced that, the next major version of their Office Suite (Office 2019) will be available in the second half of 2018. They have also announced that, Office 2019 will run only on supported versions of Windows 10.


Continue reading to know more about Office 2019 availability and the service line (mainstream and extended) support of the product.

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Just like Windows 10, there also exists an Insider Program for Office 365 subscribers to get early access to the new features and improvements, which will eventually come to the next public release build of the product. This program is available as "Insider Fast" and "Insider Slow" rings.


In this quick tip, we will learn how to change the Office Insider release branch using a Registry hack. Continue to read further on it.

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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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Outlook 2016 brings a new set of features with the July update by which you can get someone's attention in the body of the email message or a meeting invite very easily. It will not only include their name highlighted in the body, but also add them to the “To” field.


This feature is currently available to Office Insiders and going to roll out soon. Let’s see brief about this new feature before it comes to public release.

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Microsoft released a new update (Build 16.0.6965.2058) for Office 365 client aka. Office 2016 (Version 1605) on 14th June 2016. This includes one security fix and seven non-security related fixes. If you are using Office 2016, check for updates.


This post will cover the list of fixes part of this Microsoft Tuesday patch. Continue reading to further know about the changes.

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When you are more used to with some application software and if you use it daily on a high volume, it's sometime good to learn the keyboard shortcuts of the features that you perform regularly. Outlook exposes a lot of such shortcut keys for you to perform better.


It's not always possible to learn all of them, but good to have the list to learn/view time to time. Here I am listing all the shortcuts of Outlook 2010 - 2016, for your reference.

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Microsoft released a new update (version: 16.0.6965.2053) for Office 365 client applications. This includes some new features with some non-security fixes. If you are using Office 365 client or Office 2016, check for office updates.


This post will cover the new changes and the list of fixes bundled with this build. Continue reading to know about it further.

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Microsoft released a new update on 23rd May for it’s entire set of Office 365 client applications, incrementing the version to 16.0.6868.2067. It’s the third update that they pushed in this month (May 2016) and contains all non-security updates.


Checkout this post to know about all the fixes they pushed in this build, though the folder pane visibility issue is still untouched.

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