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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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Feedback in action: Excel print settings on Mac

Up until now, orientation and paper size settings on individual worksheets were being overridden by the settings in the Print dialog. We listened to your feedback and made some changes.

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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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Your feedback makes Office better

As we head into a new year and a new decade, we wanted to help you with one of your New Year’s resolution: give great feedback and play an active part in the Office development process.

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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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Mac Rotor – Links, Tables, and Headings Navigation in Word

Starting with Office 16.29, Microsoft Word now supports rotor navigation for links, tables, and headings within documents.

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Edit PDFs in Word for Mac

We’re pleased to share with you that we’ve addressed a long-standing feature request: the ability to open a PDF, convert it to a Word document, and start editing!

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Announcing XLOOKUP

XLOOKUP is named for its ability to look both vertically and horizontally (yes it replaces HLOOKUP too!). In its simplest form, XLOOKUP needs just 3 arguments to perform the most common exact lookup (one fewer than VLOOKUP).

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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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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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