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Word

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If you participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), Microsoft automatically collects anonymous information about your hardware configuration and how you use our software and services. Microsoft does not collect any personally identifiable information. We use the information to improve the software so that it better meets your needs. Participation is voluntary.

  1. On the Word menu, click Preferences.

  2. Under Personal Settings, click Feedback  Feedback Preference button .

  3. Click Yes, I am willing to participate anonymously in the Customer Experience Improvement Program. (Recommended).

    Note: For more information about the CEIP, visit the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

Send product feedback about Word

  1. On the Help menu, click Send Feedback about Word.

    Note: To send feedback, you have to be connected to the Internet.

  2. Use the form that appears in your Web browser to provide your feedback, and then click Submit.

Turn off error reporting

If you encounter problems with Office applications, you can anonymously communicate information to Microsoft by using the Microsoft Error Reporting Protocol (MERP). Microsoft uses the information to locate and fix software problems and to help increase the overall stability of Office. If an Office application stops responding, MERP generates a report that details the circumstances. You can choose whether you want to send the error report to Microsoft over the Internet. For an explanation of what the data is, why it is collected, and what is done with it, visit Microsoft Online Crash Analysis . Microsoft Error Reporting is turned on when you install Office, but you can turn it off if you want to.

  1. In /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MERP2.0, double-click the Microsoft Error Reporting application.

  2. On the Microsoft Error Reporting menu, click Preferences.

  3. Clear the Enable Microsoft Error Reporting check box.

Excel

Your anonymous feedback helps us improve our products for you but protects your privacy.

Do any of the following:

Participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program

If you participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), Microsoft automatically collects anonymous information about your hardware configuration and how you use our software and services. Microsoft does not collect any personally identifiable information. We use the information to improve the software so that it better meets your needs. Participation is voluntary.

  1. On the Excel menu, click Preferences.

  2. Under Sharing and Privacy, click Feedback  Feedback Preference button .

  3. Click Yes, I am willing to participate anonymously in the Customer Experience Improvement Program. (Recommended).

    Note: For more information about the CEIP, visit the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

Send product feedback about Excel

  1. On the Help menu, click Send Feedback about Excel.

    Note: To send feedback, you have to be connected to the Internet.

  2. Use the form that appears in your Web browser to provide your feedback, and then click Submit.

Turn off error reporting

If you encounter problems with Office applications, you can anonymously communicate information to Microsoft by using the Microsoft Error Reporting Protocol (MERP). Microsoft uses the information to locate and fix software problems and to help increase the overall stability of Office. If an Office application stops responding, MERP generates a report that details the circumstances. You can choose whether you want to send the error report to Microsoft over the Internet. For an explanation of what the data is, why it is collected, and what is done with it, visit Microsoft Online Crash Analysis . Microsoft Error Reporting is turned on when you install Office, but you can turn it off if you want to.

  1. In /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MERP2.0, double-click the Microsoft Error Reporting application.

  2. On the Microsoft Error Reporting menu, click Preferences.

  3. Clear the Enable Microsoft Error Reporting check box.

PowerPoint

Your anonymous feedback helps us improve our products for you but protects your privacy.

Do any of the following:

Participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program

If you participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), Microsoft automatically collects anonymous information about your hardware configuration and how you use our software and services. Microsoft does not collect any personally identifiable information. We use the information to improve the software so that it better meets your needs. Participation is voluntary.

  1. On the PowerPoint menu, click Preferences.

  2. On the Preferences toolbar, click Feedback  Feedback Preference button .

  3. Click Yes, I am willing to participate anonymously in the Customer Experience Improvement Program. (Recommended).

    Note: For more information about the CEIP, visit the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

Send product feedback about PowerPoint

  1. On the Help menu, click Send Feedback about PowerPoint.

    Note: To send feedback, you have to be connected to the Internet.

  2. Use the form that appears in your Web browser to provide your feedback, and then click Submit.

Turn off error reporting

If you encounter problems with Office applications, you can anonymously communicate information to Microsoft by using the Microsoft Error Reporting Protocol (MERP). Microsoft uses the information to locate and fix software problems and to help increase the overall stability of Office. If an Office application stops responding, MERP generates a report that details the circumstances. You can choose whether you want to send the error report to Microsoft over the Internet. For an explanation of what the data is, why it is collected, and what is done with it, visit Microsoft Online Crash Analysis . Microsoft Error Reporting is turned on when you install Office, but you can turn it off if you want to.

  1. In /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MERP2.0, double-click the Microsoft Error Reporting application.

  2. On the Microsoft Error Reporting menu, click Preferences.

  3. Clear the Enable Microsoft Error Reporting check box.

Outlook

Your anonymous feedback helps us improve our products for you but protects your privacy.

Do any of the following:

Participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program

If you participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), Microsoft automatically collects anonymous information about your hardware configuration and how you use our software and services. Microsoft does not collect any personally identifiable information. We use the information to improve the software so that it better meets your needs. Participation is voluntary.

  1. On the Outlook menu, click Preferences.

  2. Under Other, click Feedback  Feedback Preference button .

  3. Click Yes, I want to participate in the program.

    Note: For more information about the CEIP, visit the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

Send product feedback about Outlook

  1. On the Help menu, click Send Feedback about Outlook.

    Note: To send feedback, you have to be connected to the Internet.

  2. Use the form that appears in your Web browser to provide your feedback, and then click Submit.

Turn off error reporting

If you encounter problems with Office applications, you can anonymously communicate information to Microsoft by using the Microsoft Error Reporting Protocol (MERP). Microsoft uses the information to locate and fix software problems and to help increase the overall stability of Office. If an Office application stops responding, MERP generates a report that details the circumstances. You can choose whether you want to send the error report to Microsoft over the Internet. For an explanation of what the data is, why it is collected, and what is done with it, visit Microsoft Online Crash Analysis . Microsoft Error Reporting is turned on when you install Office, but you can turn it off if you want to.

  1. In /Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MERP2.0, double-click the Microsoft Error Reporting application.

  2. On the Microsoft Error Reporting menu, click Preferences.

  3. Clear the Enable Microsoft Error Reporting check box.

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