What's new in Office Online
Keep reading to see what's new in the August release. Features are rolling out so you might not see them immediately. But, trust us, they're on their way!
Write your best resume with help from LinkedIn*
With Resume Assistant, see real work experiences examples, top skills, and jobs for a given role.
*You must be signed in with your personal account. Requires OneDrive and Exchange Online. Display language must be set to English.
Reference cells like a champ
Writing a formula? Reference another sheet's cell by clicking the sheet, then the cell.
Get your shapes in line
Align shapes left, right, top, bottom, center, and middle for a polished look.
Write your best resume with help from LinkedIn
With Resume Assistant, see real work experience examples, top skills, and jobs for a given role.
Tell your story with shapes
Arrows, boxes, cubes, and more. Create a diagram or use a star to call attention to your data. Inserting shapes is a quick and easy way to tell your story visually.
Jazz up your shapes with colors and effects
After you insert shapes, give them some color, or add a drop shadow and other effects. Get professional-looking results with your charts and graphs, while injecting a little of your personality, too.
Keep things moving*
Animations, such as swinging gently or jumping and turning, set up in PowerPoint for Windows which bring 3D animations now run when you view the slideshow in PowerPoint Online.
* Requires an Office 365 subscription
Printing, your way
We heard you! Choose from 13 pre-defined slide sizes, or customize any of them to fit your needs.