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Outlook’s calendar gets a refresh

Last year, we brought you a refreshed mail experience, and, this year, it is the calendar’s turn to get a facelift!

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Drag messages from your personal inbox to the group mailbox

Have an email in your inbox that you want to share with your group in Outlook? As a group owner, you can now drag and drop messages and conversations from your inbox into your group mailbox.

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Improved pane management

Having multiple panes opened can crowd your screen. With Tabbed Panes, you can now use as many panes as you like without sacrificing precious screen real estate.

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Hex color values in color picker

Stop spending time converting Hex color values into RGB values. You now have the ability to enter Hex color values for any property that allows you to customize its color.

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Share a link to a specific slide

Collaborating on a large PowerPoint presentation can get confusing when trying to reference a certain slide. Avoid any confusion by creating a link that will open the file & take them directly to a specific slide in your presentation.

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Dictate your documents in Word on Mac

Save time and stay in flow by using speech-to-text to quickly get your thoughts into your documents.

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Create animated GIFs using PowerPoint

Have you ever had an idea for an animated GIF but didn’t know where to get started? With the new feature Export/Save As Animated GIF, you can now create your ideas in PowerPoint.

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Redesigned Comments in Word

Take more control over your document feedback in the redesigned Comments pane in Word.

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Open your most important files faster on mobile

When you’re trying to get work done on the go, you expect experiences to be fast. To help you get back to your Office files instantly while using your mobile device, Word and PowerPoint on iOS now download your most recent and recommended files automatically!

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Accessible email made easier

Ensuring the accessibility of your emails is your responsibility. By creating and sending accessible emails, you ensure that recipients can access, read, and use the information they contain.

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