My slides from the Minnesota Microsoft 365 User Group presentation on SharePoint Migrations
My slides from the Minnesota SharePoint User Group presentation on Office 365 Productivity Tips
Hardly a day goes by that we don’t get a question from someone along the lines of “does do , and why doesn’t it?”. Or, there’s the “when will Microsoft change to allow us to do ” question. Bottom line… we don’t know, and we have virtually no sway to influence Microsoft to change their software… but you do!
We’re doing a lot of pilot testing on various parts of Office 365, and a colleague pointed out something yesterday that I hadn’t noticed. You can pin an email in Outlook Online so that it stays at the top of your Inbox and doesn’t get buried. Here’s how you do that…
When we first started upgrading to Office ProPlus (aka Office 2016), we were excited and happy… until someone noticed that the Properties Pane for things like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents was no longer visible. Needless to say, this made some of our customers “not very happy”.
Somewhere along the way, Microsoft fixed that problem in the Office clients, and now you can once again see and access the properties. Here’s how you do it…
Today I received an email from a colleague indicating that she had recently lost her calendar and task bar on the right side of her screen and asked how to get them back.