Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Looking things up with a track pad, part of Office 2016 New Features.
- We're now going to take a look at a feature…that's not really new, but it is new to Office 2016.…If you use a Trackpad, the three finger tap…to look things up now works in Office 2016,…so you can use it in Word, Excel, and here in PowerPoint.…You can see I've launched PowerPoint and opened up a file…from the Chapter1 folder of your Exercise Files,…Landon Hotel in London.…Let's give it a try.…We'll go to the second slide and look a couple things up.…
Let's go down here to the word Bond.…Now, we can double tap on a Trackpad,…if you're using one, to select the word.…Now tap with three fingers,…and you can see the Dictionary pops up,…giving us some definitions,…but we also have access to Wikipedia.…We can see Album here as well.…Let's go back to Dictionary.…Really, what we wanted was to look up Bond Street,…so we'll just click down below,…and we'll select both words, Bond Street,…and use our three finger tap.…
Notice now we get, from Wikipedia, information…on Bond Street in the West End of London.…Now, it's using Wikipedia, the Dictionary,…
Skill Level Intermediate
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