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Enable File Explorer Thumbnail Preview For Word, Excel & PowerPoint Docs

Enable File Explorer Thumbnail Preview For Word, Excel & PowerPoint Docs
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If you have enabled thumbnail preview in File Explorer for all other file types, you might want to enable thumbnail preview for Microsoft Office documents as well. The good thing is that you can enable thumbnail preview for Office documents without having to install any third-party utility or File Explorer add-on provided that you have installed Microsoft Office on your PC.
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