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Create, edit, collaborate, and share documents using Word for Mac. Now it’s easier than ever to write, design, and work seamlessly across your devices & with others. Share your files and collaborate in real time within a document or edit Office docs attached to emails. Get smart assistance features as soon as they are released in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint so you’re always working with the latest. Whether you’re a blogger, writer, journalist, columnist, student, or a project manager working on documentation, Word is your go-to app for working with documents.
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• Achieve more and enhance your documents with access to a growing catalog of premium templates for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
• Rich formatting and layout options produce beautifully pristine documents on any device including laptops, iPads, and iPhones.
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• Receive spelling, grammar, and stylistic feedback on clarity, conciseness, formality, vocabulary, and more with Microsoft Editor.
• Auto Save documents right to Microsoft OneDrive or another cloud provider to access them on any device and at any time you have internet access.
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• Whether it’s a school project, sales pitch, or newsletter, seamlessly work with others with real-time co-authoring to bring your ideas and plans together faster.
• Safely share your documents with the click of a button to invite others to edit in real time. Easily manage permissions and see who’s currently working in a document.
• Add comments or assign tasks to people in your group for clean editing and organization.
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I use it but not love it. Still missing THE best.
I've been using MS Word almost exclusively as a word processor for 20 years. It is good, but Word does what Word wants to do and hopefully that matches closely with what you want the program to do. If not, too bad. I never feel in full control of the document. I always feel that I'm at the mercy of what Word decides to do for and to me.
Most of you do not know, but before MS Word became the dominant word processor, there was another big competitor, Word Perfect, now own by Corel. Word Perfect made me feel in total control of the document. It had a Reveal Codes feature that allowed me to see exactly what was happening in every part of the document.
MS Word decided not to copy that feature (they've copied everything else except that one) and left all of us at the mercy of the whims of the software.
MS Word, popular: Yes, inexpensivea: Yes, market dominant: Yes, the best: NO.
Since the new office preimered
Many montsh ago you gave users a chance to try a new version of Outlook 365. I noted a few issues and oen did not get fixed. There is a clitch when I use this on Mac. When I being a sentence, the capital letter at the start of the sentence gets jumped ahead of the curser, with auot correct changing the secon letter of the sentence from lower case to capitol and them fixing the spelling of the first word.
This means, every time I begin a paragrpah or senetnce, I have to delete the first letter, which is not at the end of a sentence and go back to the begining of teh sentence and fix the first word.
Please fix this crummy coding.
Also, I am using Zoom, as are many people these days. It asked me if I want to merge with Outlook 365. I clicked yes. It generated an outlook app on my tool bar. Ithis is not a Zoom app, it is your outlook app. Now I get a bell ring and pop-up on my screen every time I have something on my calendar. I have something on my sclendar every 15 to 30 minutes. This is driving me nuts. There is a not setting to get ride of it, control the bell ring or stop the pop-up.
Please go through your systems and fix things before taing them live. You guys =used to be the best at this stuff, now you have wacky flaws without solutions.
Everything and the Sink But ...
I've been using Word now as a professional writer since spring 1988 when I bought my first Mac. There's no doubt that Word is the most powerful document creating application out there. However, I am seriously weirded out by it these days. As a writer, I tend to work on anywhere from a dozen to two or three dozen stories, essays, and articles every week. It used to be that I could just quit the app with whatever open and when I logged back on everything would boot up automatically. For the past good while (can't remember how long) that option seems gone. Yes, there is the "Recently Open" command, but I don't have time nor do I want to waste my limited intelligence trying to remember what was open and why. You'd think at least that there would be a startup page option letting you choose to re-open what was open. Not happening. I've written to Microsoft on this problem several times. No response back that I know of. That is a problem with being too big to care. I've got my methods for getting around this issue, of course, but still, they require thinking about something trivial that I really don't want to waste my brain on. Thanks for reading!
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