Microsoft Office Stories May 11

Office for iPad Split View has finally arrived almost a full year after it was first demonstrated at WWDC 2019. You can now open two different Word or Powerpoint documents side-by-side in the app. Sadly, the functionality does not extend to Excel.

Users previously had to rely on clunky workarounds, like opening one of the documents in Pages or in a web view …

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Microsoft Office Stories February 19

Last fall, Microsoft launched a new Office for iOS beta with a unified design including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Sticky Notes in one app for a simpler experience. Now the new Office app for iPhone is available for all users.

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Microsoft Office Stories November 4, 2019

Microsoft is out today with a redesigned Office app for iOS that features Word, Excel, and PowerPoint in one app. The simplified experience brings “all of your Office documents together in one place” and creates a more seamless way to work without having to switch between apps and also reduces the storage used on your iPhone or iPad.

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Microsoft Office Stories October 15, 2019

Back in August, Microsoft teased that it was working on Dark Mode support for its full Office suite for iOS and as it rolled out support for the feature with Outlook. The plan was to have Office Dark Mode support in time for the launch of iOS 13. Even though it’s coming about a month later, it’s great to now see system-wide Dark Mode support arrive for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for iPhone and iPad.

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Microsoft Office Stories February 6, 2019

Cringey Microsoft ads hate on Office 2019 in an effort to hype Office 365 subscriptions

A new ad campaign from Microsoft launched today on YouTube as a way to promote its paid subscription software, Office 365. But instead of focusing on Office 365, Microsoft decided to use cringey comparison videos with twins that disparage its paid Office 2019 software.

Microsoft Office Stories December 11, 2018

Microsoft has today released an update to its Office 365 suite for the Mac. Today’s update brings full compatibility with the latest macOS release, Mojave. It also now supports Mojave’s system-wide Dark Mode feature, making all the window chrome dark instead of a stark white.

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