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The redesigned Office.com experience is now live for business users

Microsoft's redesigned Office.com experience - along with the Office app for Windows 10 and 11 - is now live for business and school users. Microsoft announced the new experience during its Ignite conference last November, but it's fully available as of this week. The new Office.com page tries to make it easier to find the files...

Microsoft Office web apps will soon make it easier to switch accounts

Microsoft is making life a little easier for Office users on the web, specifically those with multiple accounts. A new addition to the Microsoft 365 roadmap, first spotted by Neowin, indicates that you'll soon be able to switch between accounts without logging out first. Right now, when you're using a Microsoft Office app on the web, whether...

Microsoft plans to block all downloaded Office macros, because many of them are malware

Microsoft Office has supported Visual basic for Applications (VBA) macros ever since Excel 5.0 in 1993, and the feature arrived in other applications with the release of Office 97. Even though they can be incredibly useful, especially with automating tedious tasks in documents, they are often used to distribute malware. Microsoft announced on Monday that...

Microsoft invites people to pirate Office by offering a 50% discount

As much as we might advise against it, it's no secret that tons of people run pirated versions of Microsoft Office. It's one of the most common tools used for school and work, and many people can't afford or simply choose not to buy a genuine copy. Now, Microsoft is taking an interesting approach to...

Microsoft Office’s Windows 11-inspired design is now available

Microsoft has begun rolling out the new design for its Office suite of apps on Windows to the general public, the company announced today. Microsoft initially announced this new design for the Office apps back in the summer, and it's meant to align with Windows 11, which launched just two months ago. The new design features...

Microsoft Office without a subscription is on sale for $100 right now ($50 off)

Microsoft Office used to release a new upgrade every few years, which you would have to purchase each time if you wanted to stay up-to-date. The Microsoft 365 subscription (originally 'Office 365') now gives you the full Office suite and all updates for a recurring yearly cost, plus cloud storage, but not everyone wants yet...

Microsoft Office redesign for Windows is rolling out now to Insiders

Last week, Microsoft announced a new look for the Office apps on Windows 10 and Windows 11. It was supposed to begin rolling out right away, but it turns out Microsoft ended up delaying it. In an update to its blog post, the company has said that the new Office design is now rolling out...

Microsoft Office is getting a Fluent design makeover on Windows 11 and Windows 10

On Thursday, Microsoft finally took the curtains off Windows 11, the biggest update in years to the most popular PC operating system. The new update brings substantial changes across the board, including new snap layouts and groups for better multi-tasking, revamped Microsoft Store, support for Android apps, a universal mute button, and much more. The most...

Microsoft Office for Android now supports dark mode

The full Microsoft Office experience can probably be best enjoyed on PCs, particularly Windows computers. It has greatly evolved since Microsoft 365, formerly Office 365, was introduced. But something that has evolved too is Microsoft Office for Android. It's a surprisingly capable tool that allows you to edit and even draft up Word, PowerPoint, and...

Microsoft Edge will soon offer native Office and Windows Search integration

Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser is getting more popular by the day, and for good reason. The browser has received several new features over the last few months, which has prompted many users to ditch Chrome on Windows and Android devices. In the last month alone, Microsoft has released a host of new features to the...

Microsoft is moving on from Calibri as the default Office font

Today, Microsoft announced that after 15 years, it's moving on from Calibri as the default font in its Office suite. Indeed, the font replaced Times New Roman when Office 2007 debuted. Now, it's time for something new. The Redmond firm has five new fonts that it's testing out: Tenorite, Bierstadt, Skeena, Seaford, and Grandview. As you'd...

Microsoft Office and OneNote now available for Amazon Fire OS

Today, Microsoft announced that it's bringing new Microsoft 365 apps to Amazon's Fire tablets. Specifically, the unified Microsoft Office app and OneNote are making their way to the Appstore. The Microsoft Office app is designed to be a one-stop shop for your Office needs. It combines Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into one, but it also does...