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Word Online – New Button Allow End Users to Exit Documents with Ease

May 9, 2017

I was looking a document stored in SharePoint using Word Online this morning and spotted a button I had not noticed before. The Exit button is tucked between the Print and Share buttons on the far right of the ribbon in Word Online – see:     Why I’m excited: This new button is SO much more intuitive Read More

Can OneNote Be Used to Create Print Documents?

August 22, 2016

I recently appeared as a guest on Tech Talk with tech evangelist Alan Perry , a radio show on radio station CFAX 1070, focused on “keeping [listeners] current on the latest technology, and help [them] overcome any tech issues while keeping hackers and scammers at bay.” I was asked by my friend and fellow MVP Joel Read More

What Version of OneNote Am I Using?

August 19, 2016

There are three different versions of Microsoft OneNote that you may be using: OneNote App OneNote 2016 Desktop App OneNote Online #1 – If you are not sure what version of OneNote you are using, check the OneNote icon: OneNote 2016 Desktop App – Free download from Website – here (Remember to click on Windows Read More

How to Convert a Smart Art Object into a Graphic

August 20, 2014

I like to wax poetic on the benefits of creating a SharePoint site map using Smart Art in Microsoft Office. Users like colourful, visually appealing diagrams especially when they are interactive (such as graphics with clickable hotspots created with a tool like Image-Maps – check out my instructions here!) I recently shared this information with a client without providing Read More

Using Both Landscape and Portrait Pages in a Word Document

July 29, 2014

The standard page layout for a Word document is portrait (i.e. vertical) in orientation. Roughly once every couple months I need to insert one or two landscape pages (ie. pages that are horizontal  in orientation) into a Word document – usually to insert a large screenshot or a table with lots of columns. I always forget how to do this and end Read More

Use Microsoft Word to Publish Blog Posts to SharePoint and WordPress

May 29, 2014

Today I gave a demo to a client who wanted to see how we use SharePoint blogs at itgroove to replace email correspondence with searchable, chronological knowledge repository. Part of the demo included how SharePoint-phonic users can create and publish blog posts to a SharePoint blog directly from Microsoft Word. As an avid SharePoint user, Read More

Clarifying the Limitations on Opening and Editing PDFs in Microsoft Word

November 14, 2013

In my blog post “The Truth About Saving a Fillable Form as a PDF with Editable Form Fields in Microsoft Word” posted on November 14th, I answered a question that may have led to some confusion with some readers. “You can open and edit PDFs in Word?” Yes, you can open PDFs in Word, and Read More

The Truth About Saving a Fillable Form as a PDF with Editable Form Fields in Microsoft Word

November 14, 2013

During a Business Requirements meeting with an existing client (who is considering moving to Office 365), a business challenge surfaced that piqued my interest. The Executive Director of the not-for-profit mentioned she was having to outsource the creation and updating of the organization’s intake forms. The multi-step process was an obvious waste of time and Read More

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