Rewrite in Word – Say it another way!
Hello, my name is Zhang and I am a Program Manager on the Office Natural Language Experiences team. I would like to share a new feature called Rewrite in Word.
Ever found yourself repeating phrases or looking for better expressions when writing in Word? Check out Rewrite in Word to quickly find alternative expressions for phrases in your writing.
How it works
Select and right-click a short phrase that you want to change, and click Rewrite (Preview).
The Rewrite pane will open on the right side of your document, and will include both the original sentence (on the top) and the rewrite suggestion (on the bottom).
When you hover over the suggestion, you will also see a live preview (yellow highlight) in your document to help you evaluate the suggestion in the context of the original sentence. If you like one of the suggestions, you can simply click on it to change your sentence accordingly.
To make the feature more accessible, you can find Read Aloud features in the drop-down menu on the right side of each suggestion.
And if you think a certain suggestion is inappropriate, you can always report it back to us for review, via Report this suggestion in same drop-down menu.
- The feature is available for 50% of users running Insider builds on Windows, starting from build 1908 (11901.20018). If you do not see it yet, don’t worry, you’ll get access to it soon!
- Requires an Office 365 subscription.
- This feature only supports English for now.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, you can submit them using the Help Improve Office (🙂) button in the top right corner of Word. We’re excited to hear from you!
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