Exploring Touch mode


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Exploring Touch mode

When Microsoft redesigned the Office Suite here, Microsoft Office 2013, they had to take into consideration that many users might be using these apps on their Touch devices, like Smartphones or Tablets, including the new Microsoft Surface or even A Touch Screen connected to their computer. That's why they came up with something called Touch mode and we're going to look at this now. In Touch mode, Microsoft wanted to make sure that users weren't accidentally tapping the wrong feature or function and when it came to swiping and other gestures; that it was going to be clean and error-free.

So, let's take a look. The first thing we need to do is open up any one of the programs. I'm in PowerPoint and I've started a new Blank presentation but you could be in Word, you could be in Excel, Publisher, it really doesn't matter. You're going to go up to this area in the top left corner called the Quick Access toolbar. Now, you won't see a button for switching t...

Exploring Touch mode
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Exploring Touch mode provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Office 2013 New Features

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Business
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