Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Tell Me assistant, part of Office 2016 New Features.
- This next new feature appears in all of the apps…in the Office suite except for OneNote at the time…of this recording, perhaps it'll show up there as well…in the future, but it's going to help you get things done,…many people refer to it as the Tell Me assistant.…If you look at the ribbon here in Word and go to…the very end, past the View tab,…you'll see the Tell me what you want to do tab.…Alt + Q is the keyboard shortcut,…and when you click here, you can actually type in…what it is you want to do.…And it's not only going to show you how to do it,…like a help feature, it's going to let you…actually do it directly from here.…
For example, if I went to References here…and notice I can add a Table of Contents…from here, but if I didn't know that,…and I'm over here on the Home tab,…and I want to add a Table of Contents…to my blank document, all I have to do…is go up to Tell me what you want to do,…click there, or use Alt + Q, the keyboard shortcut,…and start typing.…I'm going to type in table,…and you can see that's all I need,…
Skill Level Intermediate
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