Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Some Word Articles for Those Hot Sunny Evenings

Thanks to the World Cup (turned out it wasn't coming home, but it was brilliant nonetheless) and a summer heatwave, my output on AgileDocumentation from June through to August hasn't been high.  But I've still been writing, just not here.  

The fine folks over at How-To-Geek asked me to write some articles on Office 365 for them and I'm only too happy to oblige.  They've got a much bigger readership than this little old blog and long time readers will know I like to spread the O365 love, especially about Word.  I've got a few SharePoint articles planned for the coming weeks, but in the meantime here's some articles from How-To-Geek to keep your whistles whetted:

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