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    You Can Now Schedule a Meeting at Starbucks Using Outlook

    There really is nothing outside the reach of Starbucks. Microsoft and the omnipresent coffee chain have teamed up for an Outlook plugin that will make it extremely easy to send out gift cards and set up meetings, provided that those meetings take place at one of Starbucks’ more corporeal locations. Back when Office 2016 came […]

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    Microsoft Adds Two Design Tools to Make Powerpoint Less Boring

    When we took a look at what Office 2016 had to offer, one of the features we were most excited about was that we’d always have new features to look forward to through Office Update. Being subscription-based, getting Office 2016 through your Office 365 subscription means getting regular updates for Office tools, making the new […]

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    5 Long Overdue, Yet Amazing New Features in Office 2016

    Not too long ago, we looked at all the reasons why upgrading to Windows 10 is a pretty good idea. Well, we forgot one thing — all the goodies in Office 2016, which will soon be available to Windows 10 for Office 365 subscribers and, eventually, as a standalone product (but if you’re a 365 […]

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    If You’re a Student, You Might Be Able to Get Microsoft Office For Free

    University students already get a pretty sweet deal with Office 365 University, paying a one-time fee of $80 for a four-year subscription to Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite. But, some students out there might be eligible for an even sweeter deal — paying nothing at all. It’s called Office 365 Education for Students, and eligibility depends […]

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    Office for Mac 2016 is Finally Here! But Only for Office 365 Subscribers

    After five years, Mac users are finally getting a redesigned Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft has shown remarkable commitment to making the new Office redesign available on just about every platform, and now that’s continuing with Office 2016 for Mac. Needless to say, Macs have changed a lot in five years. Microsoft is finally taking advantage […]

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    Microsoft Brings Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to Android

    After bringing free versions of their Office apps to Android tablets in January, Microsoft only needed to bring Android phones into the fold to give Office a truly cross-platform, cross-device presence. They’re taking that step today, releasing free versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for Android phones. The apps existed in preview form for the […]

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    Office 365 Personal Unlocks it All for $6.99 a Month

    Just some quick Office news today – if you wanted to get in on Microsoft’s new subscription-based software, but didn’t really need licenses for ten devices, there’s a new plan just for you. Office 365 Personal includes all the same software as Office 365 Home, you just can’t use it on as many devices. Instead […]

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    Microsoft Office Arrives on iPad

    Microsoft has made a lot of noise about their services over the past year, especially where Office is concerned. We’ve seen Office go into the cloud as a service, and we’ve seen Office apps on just about every platform imaginable. All except for one, that is. Well, that’s finally changed – Microsoft Office is now […]

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    Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 Review

    Microsoft has just released their latest installment of Microsoft Office for Mac. We, at Chip Chick, couldn’t be more satisfied with it. It’s a huge improvement from its predecessor Office 2008 for Mac. Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint have all seen great advancements in features, performance, usability, and compatibility. Microsoft Outlook is a brand new […]