Microsoft cheat sheets: Dive into Windows and Office apps
Need to get up to speed on the latest features in Excel 2016? Wrestling with an old version of Word? Looking to get more out of Windows 10? Computerworld’s cheat sheets are easy-to-use guides to help you navigate Microsoft’s core productivity apps.
Here’s a one-stop resource where you can find in-depth stories on several generations of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook for Windows, focusing on what’s new in each major release. We’ve also got guides for SharePoint, OneNote, Microsoft Teams and Windows itself.
Microsoft’s subscription-based office suite, Office 365, is continually updated with new features, and the company recently released Office 2019, its latest non-subscription office suite. We’ll be publishing new cheat sheets to cover those products, but we’re willing to bet that many companies and individuals will stay on older versions of the standalone software for some time to come. We’ve got you covered here.
Windows 10 and Office 365
The best operating system that’s come along from Microsoft in a long time, Windows 10 is continually improving with major feature updates every spring and fall. Get to know the interface and key features, and don’t miss our downloadable list of handy gestures and shortcuts for Windows 10. (Current for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, version 1903.)
Learn to use the best features introduced in Microsoft Word for Office 365 in Windows since 2015. This story covers all the features introduced in Word 2016 and 2019, plus several more exclusive to Office 365 subscribers. We also include useful keyboard shortcuts, plus there’s a quick-reference guide to the Ribbon in Word for Office 365 for downloading and printing.
Learn about all the features introduced in Excel 2016 and 2019, plus several more exclusive to Office 365 subscribers. You’ll also find useful keyboard shortcuts and a quick-reference guide to the Ribbon in Excel for Office 365 that you can download and print.
Coming soon: Cheat sheets covering PowerPoint…