When reading through Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations, you may come across words or phrases that you may not fully understand. In this movie, you will know how to use Smart Lookup to access definitions and insights into selected content via direct access to web tools.
- [Voiceover] When you select content,…whether it be a single word or phrase…in a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet,…even a PowerPoint presentation, right clicking…that selected content is going to display…an option you've probably never seen before…in earlier versions of Office,…and that is something called Smart Lookup.…You can, with access to the internet,…automatically look up definitions and explore…additional information about what you've selected.…We're gonna take a look at it now.…
You could be in Excel, PowerPoint, or like me, in Word,…with the Best of Landon Hotel Guide…opened up from the chapter one folder of the exercise files.…We're actually gonna scroll down to page two…where you find the heading, See and be seen in the West End.…You will notice some of the words are underlined,…whether they be grammar or spelling errors,…such as Theatreland, which really isn't a spelling error,…it's just not found in the dictionary.…So we could go to that word and right click,…and from the pop-up menu, see recommended substitutions.…
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