In a recent update to Office 365, Microsoft has included an autosave feature that is turned on by default. While this feature can be useful, there may be a time when you want to make changes to a file without saving yet. Here’s how to turn it off.Read More
If you’ve recently implemented SharePoint Online as part of Office 365, you may be feeling a bit baffled as to why every time you try to open a document from SharePoint, it opens in Word or Excel Online, rather than directly on your desktop. This is actually the default behavior for SharePoint documents.
The good news is that this is easy to change.Read More
Microsoft recently released Office 2016 for current Office 365 subscribers. So how do you actually upgrade? The process itself is very easy, but just knowing how to get there will save you some time.
If you aren’t an Office 365 customer, it is definitely worth checking out with prices starting at just $5 a month. You can find all package pricing and features here.Read More
Like all other Office 365 programs, you can access Office Online from the Office 365 portal. Instead of a single icon for Office Online there are icons for each of the individual Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
For this blog, I’ll use Word Online as an example, but Excel Online, PowerPoint Online, and OneNote Online all work the same way.Read More