Preview for Transcription and Stylus Support Tested For Microsoft Office

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All the product launches from Microsoft have a common approach, similar to that Microsoft talked amply about the integration of the 365 programs with the new devices. These enhancements didn’t quite get the limelight it anticipated. Microsoft has compiled them in a different post; the company has plans for functionality related to new audio transcription. This feature will be visible in the application fo word. The application will be able to transcribe the audio automatically when it is uploaded or recorded inside the application. 

The grouping of the audio sections will allow the users to locate the specific components of the recording. The functionality of drag and drop that is inbuilt of the transcription panel will impress the users. This feature will ease the flow of working with quotes. It is a bit strange that the stylus support has been added to excel, but from next year you’ll be able to utilize a digital pen for writing purposes. Not only have that but also for editing and deleting the figures in excel. 

Enhancements Including Surface Pro X and Surface Earbuds 

With the help of an ink editor, you’ll be able to introduce new comments into the documents via voice or stylus. Back then, it was only a matter of adding comments using the keyboard. One could not use these features in the previous editions. One of the more interesting provisions Microsoft is planning is the surface pro X and surface earbuds. The company claims the microphones will allow the live caption and subtitles in PowerPoint to appear more accurate. It will be possible for you to use one earbud as a clicker for slideshow and others can be placed in your ear. 

Listening to the presenter coach while advancing the slideshow will be the focus. The surface pro X will pick up the detection when the slim pen gets removed on the type cover. You will be able to see all you can do with the help of a stylus. Apart from these two significant enhancements, you can check for newer features that will arrive in the early half of the year 2020.

Robert Williams is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cybersecurity, malware, social engineering, Games, internet and new media. She writes for Ms-Office products at  or

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