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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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Redesigned Comments in Word

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

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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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Reach more people by making your PowerPoint slides work with a Screen Reader

Most people with low or no vision use a screen reader to use and work with their computers and mobile devices. Since they cannot see the slides in the presentation, they rely on the screen reader to “speak” the slide contents. As a presenter, you can make a few tweaks to your presentation that will ensure that your content works well with a screen reader.

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Monthly Channel (Targeted) Release Notes In App

Now, Windows Office Insiders in Monthly Channel (Targeted) can access their release notes in app! It’s our goal to keep you productive in the app while also making sure that you know all about the new features that are available to you.

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Take full advantage of accessibility in Office Documents

Hi, I’m Peter Frem, a Senior Program Manager leading an effort across Office 365 to make it easier for you to create documents and communications that are accessible to everyone. When you create a document, ensuring its accessibility is your responsibility. By creating accessible documents, you guarantee that they can be accessed, read, and used by more people. Simple things

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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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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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