This versatile software suite has a host of new features boosting its scope and making it easier than ever to use.
PowerPoint Goes Live & Multi-Lingual With AI
Thanks to a new feature, you can now add live captions to PowerPoint presentations and even subtitles. The addition of subtitles, which owes its existence to artificial intelligence built into the software, is great news for users in the Gulf where you often have to present to audiences who may have a less than comprehensive understanding of your language. The feature is easily accessed via the Slide Show menu.
Busting the acronym dilemma
How many times have you been confused by a presentation that’s awash with acronyms – those industry short-forms best understood by those working in the sector but difficult for others to understand? Well the new Microsoft Graph technology can put an end to the confusion by offering up likely suggestions for the acronyms – meaning you get a better understanding of the presentation.
Content is King with iOS Outlook Refresh
The iOS version of Outlook has been redesigned to make it easier to use and much more efficient. Content is now in the driving seat with headers and controls delegated to the back seat to ensure you have less interference with your messaging actions.
Improvements to Microsoft's Bookings make it far easier to use. They allow you to customize this organizational tool and integrate the Bookings mobile app so you can make bookings on the go!
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