Some time ago Microsoft has published the Office Mobile Apps. These are true universal Apps of their Office Suite and can be used on all devices running Windows 10. However while Office was for free on Windows Phone, you can view documents with the mobile apps, but need an Office 365 subscription if you want to edit them on the go or on your tablet. Today the company has pushed out another update for their Office Mobile apps.
The update wave includes PowerPoint, Word, Excel and OneNote Mobile. However, it seems like with this update Word and OneNote have received a few bug fixes to bring a better performance while PowerPoint and Excel have got new features. In PowerPoint you can now Superscript and Subscript which can be extremely helpful for a specific target group, it is basically a specific way to format your text documents. In Excel you can now open comma separated value text files, better known as CSV files. Those are often used for contacts for example.
Another nice thing which has been implemented in all Office Apps with the update before is the so-called ‘Smart Lookup’. As the name already suggests, this helps you to give you useful information for specific words or images which you do not know want to get explained.
If you haven’t installed those updates yet, download them below from the Universal Windows App Store.
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