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Use web versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote

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Have always up-to-date versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote for iOS, Android®4 devices on up to 5 phones and 5 tablets1

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Collaborate using real-time coauthoring so multiple users can work in the same document, simultaneously

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Host email with a 50 GB mailbox

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Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft.

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Microsoft said Thursday it will raise the prices of commercial subscriptions to its Microsoft 365 bundles of productivity apps such as Word and Excel, formerly known as Office 365.

The price hikes will boost Microsoft’s total revenue and profit, given the Office line remains the company’s top product in terms of sales, and most Office revenue is tied to business use. While Microsoft still sells licensed versions of Office for use on premises, the company has been getting the majority of commercial Office revenue from subscriptions since 2017.

This marks “the first substantive pricing update since we launched Office 365 a decade ago,” Microsoft 365 corporate vice president Jared Spataro wrote in a blog post. The bundle has expanded to include the Teams communication app, the Whiteboard collaboration app and Power Platform application-development tools for non-developers, among other

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Collections in Microsoft Edge helps you keep track of your ideas on the web, whether you’re shopping, planning a trip, collecting notes for research or lesson plans, or just want to pick up where you left off the last time you were browsing the internet. Whatever you’re doing on the web, Collections can help.

Collections syncs across your signed-in devices, so if you use Microsoft Edge on multiple devices, your collections will always be up to date on all of them. 






Start a collection



On a computer


  1. Select Collections  Collections icon at the upper-right corner of Microsoft Edge and then Start new collection.

    Screenshot of the Collections button on the taskbar

  2. To change the title of the collection, select it at the top of the Collections pane.

    Screenshot of a collection title being edited

When you’re ready to start adding content to your collection, you can do

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Benefits of the Keyword Planner

Choose keywords confidently. Suggestions come from rich insights based on historical trends and marketplace competition.

  • Set bids just how you like them.

    Experiment with different bids and budget levels until you’re happy with the estimated traffic volume and keyword performance.

  • Choose wide or narrow locations.

    Keyword targeting settings help you simulate a narrow or wide campaign area — cities, metro areas, DMAs, states or provinces and nations.

  • Plan cross-border campaigns.

    Research campaigns aimed at the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany and Australia to find keywords in English, German or French.

  • Customize easily.

    Tailor results with filtering of historical statistics, inclusion or exclusion of phrases, and dedupe keywords already in use.

  • Use the Keyword Planner tool at no cost.

    It’s free to use this powerful keyword

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Find out how to sign in using your email address (preferred method) or your Microsoft Advertising user name.


You can use one of two ways to sign in to Microsoft Advertising:


  • With an email address (a Microsoft account)

  • With a Microsoft Advertising user name


The way you sign in depends on when you signed up for your Microsoft Advertising account and whether you have transitioned to signing in with an email address. Learn more about Signing in with a work account.


Sign in with your email address


  1. Go to the Microsoft Advertising sign-in page.
  2. Enter your email address in the box, and then select Next.


  3. You will be prompted to enter your password in a new page.

    Login panel with box to enter email address or user name


 

Notes

  • Because your email address can be used
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With Microsoft Forms you can create a form, such as a survey or quiz, invite others to respond to it using almost any web browser or mobile device, see real-time results as they’re submitted, use built-in analytics to evaluate responses, and export results to Excel for additional analysis or grading.



Who can use Microsoft Forms?


Microsoft Forms is generally available to Office 365 Education customers, Microsoft 365 Apps for business customers, and users with a Microsoft account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com). Learn more.


Get started quickly

Sign in to Microsoft Forms with your Microsoft 365 work or school account, or your Microsoft account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com), and then learn the basics with Forms training.


Administrator information

Learn more about administrator tasks for and frequently asked questions about Microsoft Forms.


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At the top of your Microsoft Office apps on Windows you’ll find the new Microsoft Search box. This powerful tool helps you quickly find what you’re looking for, from text to commands to help and more. Let’s take a look at what it can do for you.





Note: This feature is currently rolling out to Microsoft Microsoft 365 customers who are part of the Office Insiders program. If you’d like to be among the first to try this feature out, join the Office Insider program.







Get started quickly


Click the Microsoft Search box, or press ALT+Q, and before you even type anything Search will recall recently used commands and suggest other actions you may want to take based on what you appear to be doing. If you’re using a business edition of Microsoft 365 you will also see

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IF YOUR PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS IS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (“UNITED STATES”), PLEASE READ THE BINDING ARBITRATION AGREEMENT AND CLASS ACTION WAIVER (SECTION 12). IT AFFECTS HOW DISPUTES ARE RESOLVED.

This Microsoft Advertising Agreement (“Agreement“) is between the individual or entity named in your Microsoft Advertising account (“Company”, “you” or “your”) and the Microsoft entity identified in Section 15 (“Microsoft”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) regarding Microsoft Advertising (“Microsoft Advertising”) (see https://about.ads.microsoft.com (“Microsoft Advertising Site”)). You accept this Agreement by signing up for or placing an order for Microsoft Advertising, or continuing to use Microsoft Advertising after being notified of a change to this Agreement. In addition to these terms, this Agreement consists of any “Insertion Orders” (an order you place with us for advertising), our

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