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Accessible PDFs Made Easier

Most people don’t realize that ensuring the accessibility of a document is their responsibility, and that creating accessible documents means that more people are able to access, read, and use them!

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Feedback in Action: Icon Search!

We introduced Icons to Office a while ago, and since then we’ve received TONS of positive feedback, as well as a few requests to make it even better.

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Rewrite in Word – Say it another way!

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.

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Recommended Documents for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel on Windows!

In the face of ever-expanding file, email, and discussion traffic, we are trying to help you find the files that are most important to you and your team.

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Location Suggestions in Outlook for Windows

When scheduling an in-person meeting, finding a place to meet is one of the most important details to nail down. After you’ve found a suitable meeting place, you also need to make sure everyone knows where to meet and how to get there.

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Sketched Shapes for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

Introducing: Sketched Shapes! It’s an outline style that lets you play around with your shapes to give them a bit more personality.

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Be more expressive in your presentations by using ink replay in PowerPoint!

We’ve heard about all the cool ways people are using ink in their PowerPoint presentations slides from adding an extra flair, to increasing communication. Now you can apply the new Replay or Rewind animation to ink and get the drawing effect directly in your presentations!

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Dynamic Arrays and New Functions in Excel!

Until now, you wrote a formula for each value you wanted returned to the grid. One formula, one value. If you wanted another value, you wrote (or copied) another formula. With dynamic arrays, that all changes.

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Lifting the 500 Folder Limit in Outlook

The limit of 500 shared folders has been a longstanding product limitation in Outlook since the dawn of cached mode (2003!) For those with access to mailboxes containing more than 500 folders, sync would “randomly” fail resulting in an inconsistent sync for both the customer’s own mailbox, as well as the other mailboxes they had access to.

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You Asked for It: A Journey to Power Query in Excel for Mac Starts Now!

When we first integrated the Power Query technology in Excel for Windows, we got a lot of feedback that people love it! But we also heard from our Mac Office Insiders community that you want Power Query to be supported in Excel for Mac, as well.

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