The Microsoft Office 365 blog released their monthly post including updates to apps in Office 365 and introducing Microsoft 365. Below is everything your nonprofit needs to know to take advantage of these new features.
Turn text into timelines in PowerPoint
Now PowerPoint Designer recognizes times, dates and topics on your slides and intelligently redesigns your content into professional-looking timelines, making it easier than ever to create high impact presentations. Start with a list of dates, then simply select Design Ideas in the Design tab and choose your favorite layout from the set of suggestions.
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Read Aloud in Word
Microsoft continues to improve the Learning Tools available in Word and have moved Read Aloud to the Review tab. This latest update allows your document to be read back to you with simultaneous highlighting—from right within your workflow. This makes it easier to recognize and correct errors as you write, improving reading and editing accuracy for everyone, especially users with learning disabilities such as dyslexia.
Introducing Microsoft 365
CEO Satya Nadella unveiled Microsoft 365, which brings together Office 365, Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility + Security to deliver a complete, intelligent and secure solution to empower employees. To address the commercial needs from the largest enterprise to the smallest business, they introduced Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Microsoft 365 Business.