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How To Use Conversation Clean Up Settings in Outlook 365

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What is Conversation Clean Up in Outlook? It can reduce the number of messages in our Mail Folder. Unwanted Messages throughout a Conversation are move to the Deleted Items Folder.

What is a Conversation in Outlook? Is a complete set of Email Messages from the first Message throughout all responses, where all the Messages have the same Subject. A Conversation is also known as a Email Thread.

What can it do? It reduces the number of Messages in our Mail Folder.

If you want to find out how to adjust the settings for the Conversation Clean Up in Microsoft Outlook 365 just continue reading the post below.

Conversation Clean Up in Outlook 365

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What Is The Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365?

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As known Microsoft is obsessed about making things better for all us that use Outlook every day, by constantly introducing us with updates that will make our favorite email client even more adorable. This is how the new feature Coming Soon has arrived in Outlook 365. This way we have control of when we try major updates. We have a chance to try, learn about these new features before the changes are released to everyone. To learn more about the feature Coming Soon in Outlook 365 just keep reading the post below.

Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365

In the image below, I have Microsoft Outlook running. We can see the Ribbon with all the available tabs and commands.

Outlook 365 Ribbon

In the top right corner of the ribbon below, the Minimize, Maximize and Close button, we can see the Coming Soon command. At the right of the command is the On and Off button, so we can use if we want to. What does the Coming Soon command do; We can Learn More About Features That Are Coming Soon And Share Feedback.

Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365

If we do Want To Learn More, all we need to do is to press on the command, and immediately the Coming Soon task pane appears as shown in the image below. Here we are notified with the following:

“Occasionally, We’ll Release A New Feature In Outlook That Changes The Look, Fell Or Functionality Of Outlook. Coming Soon Gives You A Window Of Time To Try These Changes On Your Own Schedule, Learn About Them, And Share Feedback With Us Before The Changes Are Released To All Customers”

Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365

If you want to find out more about upcoming updates and news released from Microsoft, just follow the link here.

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How To Activate The PowerPoint Designer Feature?

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In a previous post of mine I mentioned the new feature PowerPoint Designer. As mentioned, this new feature improves Slides by automatically generating Design Ideas to choose from. This feature, when we put content on a Slide, Designer automatically matched the content to create professionally Designed Layouts. To refresh your memory you can check out my post here. In this post I will describe how can we Activate the PowerPoint Feature. Just keep on reading.

How To Activate PowerPoint Designer

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What Are The Transparency Options in PowerPoint 365?

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Transparence Definition: noun (See Through)

  • The characteristic of being easy to see through. ​
  • Specialized art a photograph or picture printed on plastic that you can see on a screen by shining a light through it

Transparency in PowerPoint means that we can reveal what is hiding behind an image that we have inserted in our PowerPoint Slide. If you want to find out more about the Transparency Options in PowerPoint 365 just keep on reading the post below.

Transparency Options in PowerPoint 365

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How To Change A Picture in a PowerPoint 365 Slide

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Many times, we have inserted a Picture in a Slide on our PowerPoint Presentation and the last minute we change our mind about that Picture. What do we do? Well PowerPoint 365 has a quite easy and helpful feature available where we can Change the Picture in just a couple of seconds. All you need to do, so you can find out how it works is to continue reading this post.

How To Change An Image in PowerPoint 365

Once we select an image in PowerPoint that we have inserted in our Slide, the Picture Tools main tab is activated. The Format tab also appears on the ribbon as shown in the image below. Once the Format tab appears and is activated, we locate the area of the ribbon named Adjust which is at the left area of the ribbon.

Format Tab - Image

In the area Adjust of the Format tab, we locate the command Change Picture as shown in the image below. By using this command, we can Remove Or Replace the Selected Picture, While Maintaining The Size And Position Of The Picture Object.

Format - Adjust Area - Change Picture

If we select the arrow at the right of the Change Picture command, the drop-down menu will appear with all the available options for us to use and which are the following:

  • From A File: By selecting this command we can browse for a picture from our computer or local network. Once selected, the Insert Picture window will appear, where we just locate the picture that we want.

Change Picture - From File

  • From Online Sources: By selecting this command, we can browse for a picture from a variety of online sources. Once selected, the Online Pictures window will appear, where again we just select the picture that we want.

Change Picture - From Online Services

  • From Icons: By selecting this command, we can choose an icon from the Icon Gallery. Once selected the Icon Gallery window will appear, where we just select the icon that we want.

Change Picture - From Icons

From Clipboard: By selecting this command, whatever we have copied in our Clipboard, will be inserted and replaced the existing image in our PowerPoint Slide.

Change Picture - From Clipboard

I believe that it is a very easy and quick way to replace an Image in a PowerPoint Slide. The same procedure is the same to change a Picture in the Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook applications.

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How To Edit A Worksheet Object in a PowerPoint 365 Slide

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As we already know, we can use an Excel Chart or Excel Table Data that we created in a PowerPoint Slide. We just simply copy it from Excel and then use the Paste Options to paste into the PowerPoint Slide. This way, the Data is linked between the Excel Worksheet and the PowerPoint Slide. When we want to change or edit the Data or the Chart from the PowerPoint Slide we have several options available in order for us to use. All you need to do is to continue reading the post below.

How To Edit A Worksheet Object in PowerPoint 365

In the image below, I have inserted a Chart that I have created in Excel in a PowerPoint Slide. With the Chart, we can also see the table that contains all the Data that was used to create it.

Selected Chart in PowerPoint

In the following image, I have selected the area of the Object, by just clicking on it and then I right clicked on it for the shortcut menu to appear. Once the shortcut menu appears, we located the command that mentions Worksheet Object. When the Worksheet Object command is selected, the sub-menu appears which contains three commands, and which are the following:

  • Edit: By using this command, Microsoft Excel will open containing our Data and Chart where we can Edit them.
  • Open: By using this command, Microsoft Excel will open containing our Data and Chart, where once again we can Edit and Modify them.
  • Convert: By using this command, we will be able to Convert or Activate our Worksheet in a variety of types.

Right Click - Worksheet Object

In the image below, I have right clicked on the Object in the PowerPoint Slide and from the shortcut menu that appeared I selected the command Worksheet Object, and then from the sub-menu I have selected the command Edit.

Worksheet Object - Open

Once the Edit command is selected, the Worksheet Object is activated, and Microsoft Excel opens, where the Worksheet that contains our Data and Chart appears among with all the available commands. Now, we can Edit the Data or Chart and once we are finished, all we need to do is to just click outside the Worksheet Area so we can return to our PowerPoint Slide, and all the changes that we made will take place.

Opened Worksheet

In the image below, I have right clicked on the Object in the PowerPoint Slide and from the shortcut menu that appeared I selected the command Worksheet Object, and then from the sub-menu I have selected the command Open.

Worksheet Object - Edit

Once the Open command is selected, the Worksheet Object is activated, and Microsoft Excel opens, where the Worksheet that contains our Data and Chart appears among with all the available commands.

Open in Microsoft Excel

In the image below, I have right clicked on the Object in the PowerPoint Slide and from the shortcut menu that appeared I selected the command Worksheet Object, and then from the sub-menu I have selected the command Convert.

Worksheet Object - Convert

Once the Convert command is selected, the Convert dialog box appears where we have to available commands:

Convert Worksheet

Convert To: If we select this command, then we can select either to convert the Worksheet Object to one of the following:

  • Microsoft Excel 97-2003 Worksheet
  • Microsoft Excel Binary Worksheet
  • Microsoft Excel Macro-Enabled Worksheet
  • Microsoft Excel Worksheet
  • OpenDocument Worksheet

Activate As:

  • Microsoft Excel 97-2003 Worksheet
  • Microsoft Excel Binary Worksheet
  • Microsoft Excel Macro-Enabled Worksheet
  • OpenDocument Worksheet

This way, the Data is linked between the Excel Worksheet and the PowerPoint Slide. When we want to change or edit the Data or the Chart from the PowerPoint Slide we have several options available in order for us to use

So, there is no reason to worry about, moving between the Excel Worksheet and the PowerPoint Slide so we can change the Data or the Chart. We can do all the editing and changes we need straight through in our Slide and PowerPoint will take care of the rest.

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