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    Why would you want to convert a PDF to PNG format? The answer lies in how you want the PDFs to be viewed and how you’re going to use them. Here are some of the reasons why it might be useful to convert a PDF to PNG:

    It’s easier to import/paste a PNG image to Microsoft Office applications like Word or PowerPoint.
    A PNG is a very common image format on the web. Instead of embedding the PDF on your website, you can use the converted PNG image. This will eliminate design and browser compatibility issues. Users won’t need an external plugin or extension.
    Opening a PDF requires an external application, while opening a PNG image doesn’t.
    Follow these steps to convert a PDF to PNG:

    Open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat, and then click the Tools tab.
    In the Tools tab, select Export PDF > Image and then PNG file format.

    Hope this helps.
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    File preview allows you to view attachments in Outlook without opening the attachments in a separate application. You simply click the attachment icon in the Reading Pane to preview the file.
    By default, you can preview files from most Microsoft Office/Microsoft 365 programs including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Visio. You can also preview attached Outlook email items, images, and text files.
    Preview an attachment

    File attachments can be viewed in the Reading Pane or in the body of an email message without opening another program.

    The attachment previewer feature in Outlook only works if you have the same version of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint installed as the version of Outlook being used to preview the attachment.

    An attachment can appear in the Reading Pane or in the message body. In the Reading Pane, click the attachment below the Subject line to preview the file or item. Attachments within the message body can’t be previewed. To view these, open the attachment.

    Click Show Message or the attachment to switch between the attachment preview and the message text

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    Before you turn on offline access
    You must be connected to the internet.
    You must use the Google Chrome browser.
    Don't use private browsing.
    Install and turn on Google Docs Offline Chrome extension.
    Make sure you have enough available space on your device to save your files.

    Save Google Docs, Sheets & Slides for offline use
    On your computer, go to drive.google.com.
    Right click the Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides file you want to save offline.
    Turn on "Available offline."
    To save multiple files offline, press Shift or Command (Mac)/Ctrl (Windows) while you click other files.

    Preview offline files
    On your computer, go to drive.google.com.
    Make sure you turn on offline access first.
    At the top right, click Ready for offline Ready for offline.
    Click Offline preview.

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    You can undo, redo, or repeat many actions in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. You can undo changes, even after you have saved, and then save again, as long as you are within the undo limits (By default Office saves the last 100 undoable actions).

    To undo an action press Ctrl+Z.
    If you prefer your mouse, click Undo on the Quick Access Toolbar. You can press Undo (or CTRL+Z) repeatedly if you want to undo multiple steps.
    You can't undo some actions, such as clicking commands on the File tab or saving a file. If you can't undo an action, the Undo command changes to Can't Undo.
    To undo several actions at the same time, click the arrow next to Undo Undo button , select the actions in the list that you want to undo, and then click the list.

    To redo something you've undone, press Ctrl+Y or F4. (If F4 doesn't seem to work, you may need to press the F-Lock key or Fn Key, then F4).
    If you prefer to use the mouse, click Redo on the Quick Access toolbar. (The Redo button only appears after you've undone an action.)

    To repeat something simple, such as a paste operation, press Ctrl+Y or F4 (If F4 doesn't seem to work, you may need to press the F-Lock key or Fn Key, then F4).
    If you prefer to use the mouse, click Repeat on the Quick Access Toolbar.

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    Installing Office on Windows

    Go to your account's Office page.
    Click Install >. It's an orange button below your subscription's name.

    Click Install again. Your Office setup file will begin downloading.
    If you purchased the Student version of Microsoft Office, skip this step.

    Double-click the Office setup file. You'll find it in your computer's default download location.

    Click Yes when prompted. Doing so will run the setup file and begin installing Office on your computer.

    Wait for Microsoft Office to finish installing. This process may take several minutes.

    Click Close when prompted. Your Microsoft Office programs have now been installed on your computer. You're free to begin using these programs right away.

    Hope this helps.
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