Office

New February 2015 Intune features

Somewhere between today and February 11th Microsoft will release some new Intune features! New Intune standalone (cloud only) features that will be made available as part of this service update include: Management of the Office Mobile app (access, view, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents) for Android phones Management of the OneNote app for iOS devices. Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) on iOS devices made available in December 2014  Ability to browse and install apps on Windows Phone 8.

New February 2015 Intune features

Somewhere between today and February 11th Microsoft will release some new Intune features! New Intune standalone (cloud only) features that will be made available as part of this service update include: Management of the Office Mobile app (access, view, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents) for Android phones Management of the OneNote app for iOS devices. Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) on iOS devices made available in December 2014  Ability to browse and install apps on Windows Phone 8.

New MAM capabilities in december update of MS Intune

Microsoft will be rolling out some new features to Intune this week….they arrive somewhere between December 9th and December 12th 2014. New features that will be released to Intune standalone (cloud only) as part of this service update include: Ability to restrict access to Exchange Online email based upon device enrollment and compliance policies Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) for iOS devices, including ability to restrict actions such as copy, cut, and paste outside of the managed app ecosystem Ability to extend application protection to existing line-of-business apps using the Intune App Wrapping Tool for iOS Managed Browser app for Android devices that controls actions that users can perform, including allow/deny access to specific websites.

Being an early adopter with Office 2013

Last week I ‘upgraded’ the preview version of Office Professional Plus 2013 to the the RTM version. Because Dutch is my native Language I also installed the Dutch Proofing tools when Word detected I was typing in Dutch. Today I tried to install Visio Professional 2013, but I ran into an error. A strange error off course, because I was running the RTM version of Office Professional Plus 2013. What I did not know when I installed Office 2013, the version of the Dutch Proofingtools was still the Preview version.

How-to Migrate my @Hotmail to @Outlook.com

After I published my earlier blogpost about

Upgrade your Hotmail account to the new Outlook.com I received a question via Twitter if I could tell what happened with @NaomideBoer her upgrade to Outlook.com. She didn’t only wanted her inbox to be upgraded to the new Outlook.com look, but she also wanted to change her e-mail address to something new.

I also tried the ‘Rename your e-mail address’ procedure and it worked just fine. This easily can occur when there have ben some hick ups in the renaming proces, or we just used a slightly different method…

In the following steps I will explain how you can migrate your e-mail from <em>[email protected]</em> to [email protected], be honest a @outlook.com e-mail address looks much more professional…. Smile

After I published my earlier blogpost about Upgrade your Hotmail account to the new Outlook.com I received a question via Twitter if I could tell what happened with @NaomideBoer her upgrade to Outlook.com. She didn’t only wanted her inbox to be upgraded to the new Outlook.com look, but she also wanted to change her e-mail address to something new.

I also tried the ‘Rename your e-mail address’ procedure and it worked just fine. This easily can occur when there have ben some hick ups in the renaming proces, or we just used a slightly different method…

In the following steps I will explain how you can migrate your e-mail from <em>[email protected]</em> to [email protected], be honest a @outlook.com e-mail address looks much more professional…. Smile

Excel 2010 x64 Compile Error While Opening XLS Which Uses 32-bits LIb

Just opened a Excel Sheet (Created with Excel 2003) in my 64-bit version of Excel 2010 (beta) and received the following error : Compile Error : The code in this project must be updated for use on 64-bit systems. Please review and update Declare statements and then mark them with the Ptrsafe attribute. I never received such an error (maybe because Excel 2010 is the first 64-bit Excel?), so I started to feed Google a part of the error message.

Having Troubles Activating Office 2010 Beta?

I’ve been a user of Office 2010 since I received the invitation for the Technical Preview. So when I heard that I could download the Beta version of Office Professional Plus 2010, I checked TechNet right away and downloaded the 64-bits version (I was also using the 64-bit Technical Preview version). Because I had Outlook configured with Exchange, etc I tried to ‘upgrade’ my Technical Preview version, but that one failed.

How-To Register For MS Office Web Apps

Just earlier today Nick Simons announced on the Office Web Apps blog that they’re expanding the Office Web Apps Technical Preview! So if you want to try the new Office Web Apps….just click here to sign-up. Note : If English isn’t the default language in your Internet Explorer and you receive the error below, just set English to your default language. IF you’re not sure how you have to do this, just read the instruction below.

Microsoft komt met Office Live Workspace

Microsoft heeft vandaag de tegenhanger voor Google Docs gepresenteerd. Gebruikers kunnen hun Office documenten online maken, opslaan en delen. Op het moment van schrijven is de dienst nog niet beschikbaar, maar men kan zich al wel vast inschrijven. Microsoft noemt een van de voordelen van Office Live Workspace dat men zelf geen Office programma’s geinstalleerd hoeven te hebben om de documenten te wijzigen of te bekijken. Een webbrowser is voldoende!