How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Microsoft Office 365
In this piece, we’re going to show you how to set up multi-factor authentication (aka two-factor authentication) in Office 365. We’ve been focusing on two-factor authentication a lot lately, and with good reason. The threat of our personal information being compromised is real—if Yahoo! and Dropbox can get breached, then anyone can—and the security benefits of two-factor authentication are strong and simple to implement.
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The recent release of Office 2016 adds some useful new features and improvements and is now the default version installed as part of Office 365. However, if you want to install Office 2013 instead or on another machine, that is easily done. You may see the page pictured below. If you purchased your Office 365 subscription using a work or school account, sign in on that page....
Of late, there have been some issues reported regarding use of Office 365 with Windows 10. For instance, some users who have Windows 10 installed on their machine recieved an error message when they tried opening Office apps like Word, PowerPoint, Excel. It either displayed error messages at time or sought details like account name and password. The remedy for this issue is that users who purchase a new device that supports Office 365 are required to install Office 365 before upgrading to Windows 10.
As an Office 365 subscriber, you regularly get new and improved features. Take a look below to see what's available to you today and what's coming. Not an Office 365 subscriber but using Office 2016? Find out what's available in your version. Need a subscription? Check out your options. Interested in being one of the first people to try out new features and functionality? If you're an Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscriber, you can choose to become an Office Insider.
Microsoft Office 365/2016 has a lot of advanced features that make it the most popular office suite out there. However, sometimes documents get corrupted and won’t open. What you might not be aware of is you can use Office to repair those documents and not use a third-party utility to do it. The feature was introduced back in Office 2003. Here’s how it works.
Most computers, laptops, 2-in-1 devices, tablets and even some smartphones run on 64-bit processors. Among other things, this also leads to a general movement of the software world towards 64-bit apps. As Microsoft is one of the largest software companies in the world, lots of software developed by them is available both in 32-bit and in 64-bit versions. But for some of Microsoft's applications, finding the 64-bit version is somewhat "not intuitive". This the case with the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office 365, which is available, you can install it, but it's a bit hidden from view. It’s not very clear how to download it on your computer. Today, we're going to show you how to get to it and we're also going to tell you why you might want to go with the 64-bit version of Office instead of the default 32-bit version that Microsoft pushes to its subscribers.
Microsoft newest office suite is here, but its three flavors have different names (Office 2016, Office 365 and Office.com) and cost structures. Here's how to find the best for you.
Long gone are the days of grabbing a box of CDs at the store -- today, subscriptions are the norm, but they're not the only way to buy. Because of that, you get several different ways to buy Office 2016, and you'll be forgiven if you don't know which one to pick. Microsoft doesn't exactly make it simple to tell the difference between your choices.
Microsoft Office is certainly the most advanced productivity suite out there for computer as well as smartphone operating systems. While it’s true that most users never use advanced options, there are some lesser known feature that most users are not aware of. When it comes to repairing a damaged document, most users prefer using third-party tools.
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.
Today marks the release of Microsoft Office 2016. We’ve tested some of the more notable, cool new features and enhancements, which we’ll show you here in our standard How-To Geek style screenshot tour with lots of pictures. The Office 2016 suite is free through the Windows Store, but that version is limited. The full Office desktop app suite is required to gain access to all the features and functionality. If you maintain an active subscription to Office 365, you’ll get the upgrade to Office 2016 at no charge. You’ll also need a Microsoft account and a OneDrive account to take full advantage of what Office 2016 offers.
Microsoft released Office 2016 earlier this year with some interesting Office 365 features, apps and improved user-interface. While the new Office apps come with a simpler interface, some still might need the user guides. In this post we will learn about some official Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2016 Quick Start Guides.