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How To Customizing Office 365 ProPlus using the Office Customization Tool for Click-to-Run - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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Customizing Office 365 ProPlus using the Office Customization Tool for Click-to-Run Today we are announcing a preview of the Office Customization Tool for Click-to-Run, a simple to use web application that enables desktop administrators to customize Office 365 clients.
Until today, Windows desktop administrators would use notepad or an equivalent text editor to compile various XML statements to define the Office edition, feature update frequency, version, language and other number of available settings. This somewhat tedious task, in most cases, would result in installation errors from fouled up manual entries or copy-and-paste actions into the text editor.
With the new Office Customization Tool, desktop admins can leverage the rich user interface that intuitively shows all available options to build the desired Office configurations. The configuration tool groups the commonly used settings in the following categories: software & languageinstallation & updatelicensing & disp…

Introducing the Microsoft 365 Admin Center - Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149

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Introducing the Microsoft 365 Admin Center Last year, at Inspire, we unveiled Microsoft 365, bringing together Office 365, Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility + Security, to deliver a complete, intelligent and secure solution for the modern workplace. In October Microsoft 365 Business reached general availability, representing an integrated solution designed to simplify IT for small and medium-sized businesses.
We know that our customers, from small businesses to large enterprises, rely on the admin center for a broad set of activities. From an administration perspective, our vision for Microsoft 365 is to help simplify IT by unifying management across users, devices, apps and services. Today marks an important step in that vision as we are rolling out a new admin experience for Microsoft 365 enterprise customers. This will be a single place for admins to get started with Microsoft 365 and discover the breadth of management capabilities and experiences available to them.
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Text Annotations in Office Lens - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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Text Annotations in Office Lens Today we are pleased to announce an exciting new feature for your most loved scanner app - Office Lens. On Office Lens for Android, you are now able to annotate photos with text of different styles and colors.
Want to add text highlight to a part of the document which needs attention? Want to add watermark of your brand text on the photo before sharing it? Want to add a caption that stays intact with the image wherever it goes and communicates your idea to your colleague? Tap on the ‘T’ icon and easily add text while on the go and in the moment – pick the style you prefer, and the color of your choice and you are good to go!
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In Android and iOS, we also have larger and improved previews of your scans in My Files. You can quickly find your scans by visually searching through them allowing for an easy recall experience.

To get the latest Office Lens features, update your app now on Google Play or Do comment below and let us know how you would …

How to Save your files to OneDrive for expanded ransomware protection - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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If you want an additional layer of protection from ransomware, try saving your files in OneDrive. It’s part of the new experiences that arrived with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. Here’s how it works: If a ransomware threat is found on a device, Windows Defender will notify you of the threat, help you remove the ransomware from your device, and give you options to recover your OneDrive files to the state they were in before the attack occurred. Save your files to OneDrive
For Office 365 Home subscribers, Office 365 Personal subscribers, and OneDrive for Business users, that includes OneDrive Files Restore, which can be used to restore your OneDrive to a previous point in time within the last 30 days. The date and time that Windows Defender detected the attack will be pre-selected in Files Restore, making the process simple and easy to use. Learn more about the protections from online threats available to Office 365 Home and Office 365 Personal subscribers. If you like this, check o…

Windows 10 Tip: Emoji Panel overhaul includes more languages, ways to insert multiple emoji - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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If you like to express yourself with emojis, the Windows 10 April 2018 Updatefeatures updates to the Emoji Panel that includes support for more languages. Now, you can use Emoji Panel to insert multiple emoji at once.After opening up the panel by pressing hotkey Windows logo key + “.” or “;”, you can browse, search and then select more than one emoji. The panel won’t go away until you click close button or press the “Esc” key. More emoji will also now appear as you’re typing related words with the touch keyboard. Emoji search is now available for more languages. You can find an emoji by keyword in more than 150 locales, including English (Great Britain), French (France), German (Germany), Spanish (Spain) and more. We’ve also added Emoji Panel support for more languages. You can now use the emoji in more than 190 locales – 151 of which have tooltip support when you hover over each emoji. This includes English (Great Britain), French (France), German (Germany) and Spanish (Spain). Chec…

Windows 10 Tip: Use Paint 3D to edit your snips - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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If you use the Snipping Tool and like to mark up your snips when you share them, now there are more ways to liven them up, thanks to the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. With the new “edit in Paint 3D” button built into the Snipping Tool, you can take your snips to the next level. Move (or remove) objects with Magic select, augment and annotate with realistic brushes, bring in 3D objects from Remix 3D and more. For example, someone could snip a chart from Excel, load it into Paint 3D, then add a text box to give a title to this new creation and a 3D model to make it feel different and more compelling. Check it out in action: Drag and drop a 3D image into your snip If you like this, check out more Windows 10 Tips. Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149

Sign in to a Microsoft Account - Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149

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Have you ever used Outlook.com, Hotmail, Office 365, OneDrive, Skype, Xbox, or Windows? The email address and password you use for any of those services is your Microsoft account. If you don't already have a Microsoft account, it's easy to create a free account with your email address or phone number at account.microsoft.com. Select Sign in with Microsoft, and then select No account? Create one!Your Microsoft account gives you access to apps and games from Microsoft Store, and lets you see your settings and other stuff across multiple Windows 10 devices. Sign in without passwords using the Microsoft Authenticator app
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Manage your account info online including recent activity, billing options, and family settings. Here's how:Go to the Microsoft account page and select Sign in with Microsoft.Enter your emaill address or phone number and password.…

Get help signing in to Office - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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Sign in to Office After signing in, you're automatically signed in to online services like Office Online or OneDrive. From a web browser Go to: https://www.office.com/signin Sign in with the personal Microsoft account you associated with Office, or the username and password you use with your work or school account. From within an Office desktop app If you're not already in an Office file or document, open an app such as Word or Excel, and open an existing file, or create a new one. Select File > Account (or Office Account if you're using Outlook). If you're not already signed in, click Sign In. In the Sign in window, type the email address and password you use with Office. This might be the personal Microsoft account you associated with Office, or the username and password you use with your work or school account. If you're already signed in with an account, but you want to sign in with a different account, see the section below Switch between accounts. You might …