Several other OneNote improvements for handwriting with Windows 8 and partner devices were also announced on the Office Blogs, including an ink highlighter and support for printing and inserting files and PDFs.
Because of an increased demand for electronics, families will spend an average of $699.28 this back-to-school season, up 5 percent from last year, according to the National Retail Federation. If you want to make sure you get the most out of the money you spend on your children’s technology for education this school year, the Office Blogs has put together five tips that will help you do that.
The webinar starts at 9:15 a.m. PT, and there will be a 20-minute Q-and-A immediately afterwards. If you’re unable to attend at that time, no worries; a video will be available a few days after the webinar.
With Office Lens for Windows Phone, you have a portable scanner that digitizes notes on whiteboards or blackboards. Responding to customer feedback, new updates bring you clearer images and the option to select a specific OneNote location for your images.
If you see a recipe you like online at sites like AllRecipes.com, you can easily add it to OneNote using the OneNote Web clipper or the email clipper ([email protected]).
When you do, OneNote will convert and simplify the page down to just the steps, ingredients and key pieces of information you need most, giving your recipes a simpler, cleaner format in OneNote.
“Partners in this program will be able to directly provision customer subscriptions and provide one monthly bill for both Partner and Microsoft services,” writes John Case, vice president of marketing for Microsoft Office, in a blog post. “They will also directly manage their customer subscriptions with in-product tools in the Partner Admin Center and own the technical support relationship.”
In a new video on the Office Blog, Jeremy Thake, senior product manager at Office Developer, joins Jeremy Chapman, director at Office 365, to discuss developer options for Office with the new app model, and how core concepts from the old models fit in.
A lot of us just type a word and press “Enter” to search in Outlook. But there are some handy ways to quickly narrow your exploration with search tools, looking specifically for attachments and even save searches for later. And a free, 15-minute webinar at 9:15 a.m. P.T. Tuesday can give you the scoop on that and more.
Stacey Roshan didn’t feel like her classroom was the “curious, inspiring space” she wanted it be, and she did not have enough time to address students’ individual needs. Enter Office Mix, which “makes it easy to create online lessons,” and “delivers a great experience to the students.”