Office 2016 is designed with mobility in mind, which means many people may be working with the apps on touch devices like tablets, smartphones, and even touch screens connected to a computer. In this movie, you will know how to turn touch mode on and navigate the expanded ui. You will also know how to switch back to mouse mode, the default mode when working on a computer.
- [Voiceover] Because Office 2016 has been designed…with mobility in mind, there's something called Touch Mode…that will come in handy if you're using touch devices…like tablets, smart phones,…even touch screens connected to your computer.…We're going to take a look at Touch Mode now.…And we're going to do it from Word,…but you can be in PowerPoint, Excel,…in any of the apps here in Office 2016.…When you go the Quick Access Toolbar,…you should be able to find…the Touch Mode/Mouse Mode toggle dropdown button.…
If you don't see it, you can go to the dropdown arrow…at the end of the Quick Access Toolbar…to customize and make sure there is a checkmark…next to Touch/Mouse Mode.…And if there is, you'll see it up here.…Give it a click and you'll see the two options.…Mouse Mode is the default here on a computer.…So if you're working in, say, Word,…and using the The Best of Landon Hotel guide…that we've been working with in this chapter,…you might be comfortable with your mouse and keyboard.…Maybe you're using a tablet, however,…
- Recognize the changes to the user interface.
- Describe when you would use Touch mode.
- Explain how to quickly format shapes.
- Cite how to quickly choose a chart type.
- Name the pane that opens up when a picture is added to a slide and describe what it does.
- Explain how to import your contacts, email, calendars, and more.