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How to Check Emails for Accessibility in Outlook

Emails are convenient for many, but a wide range of disabilities can make the format difficult to use for many of our friends, family, and colleagues. Make sure that your emails are fully accessible by using Microsoft Outlook…

How to Change Slide Size in Powerpoint

PowerPoint allows you to format and present the content of your slides in different ways. If you want to print out or display your PowerPoint slides in a bigger or smaller-than-average size, you can change the slide sizes to …

How to Cite Pictures in PowerPoint

Billions of images are on the internet—but not all of them are free to use. When you add licensed photos to PowerPoint documents, you’ll probably need to cite where it’s from and who made it. Here’s how….

How to Delete a Page in Microsoft Word

If you’re wanting to delete a page containing text, graphics, or other content in a Microsoft Word document, or if you’re wanting to get rid of that blank white page at the end of your report that won’t appear to go awa…

How to Add and Remove Comments in Word

Leaving comments in a Word document is a good way to leave feedback on a piece you’re reviewing. If the issue you commented on has been resolved, you can remove the note to keep things looking clean. Here’s how….

How to Combine PowerPoint Presentations

It’s difficult for two or more people to work on a PowerPoint presentation simultaneously, as Office doesn’t have the same collaboration features offered by Google Slides. One way around this problem is to combine PowerPoint…

How to Translate a Word Document

If you’re working with different languages, but your language skills are a little rusty, you may be looking for a quick translation tool. Microsoft Office has you covered—you can translate a document easily within Word itse…

What Is Microsoft Planner and How to Use It

Microsoft Planner is a to-do app that comes with Office 365. It’s used for personal and teamwork planning, with a simple card-based interface that’s similar to Trello. Here’s a quick look at how to use it….
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