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Microsoft adds new search field to help navigate Office Web Apps

by TabTimes Staff

January 23 2014

Microsoft has made some user interface changes to its Office Web Apps, including the addition of a new 'Tell Me' help field to assist with command navigation.

Th new search field is designed to help users more easily navigate the commands in the Office Web Apps ribbon.

Microsoft calls the new search technology "Tell Me." Microsoft specifically noted the addition of the Tell Me box to Word Web App, but it also has been added to Excel Web App. It's not clear when  Tell Me will come to Microsoft's PowerPoint Web App and OneNote Web App. 

Office Web Apps can be used in a variety of browsers -- including Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari -- and on different operating systems and form factors (PCs, tablets, and smartphones).

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