To all who have Office 365 installed or know something about it.
I have some general questions to which I haven’t been able to find satisfactory
answers from Microsoft’s own info. My apologies that they are so basic.
1. If I subscribe to 365 can I install all the related programmes on my
hard disk so I can use them even if the internet connection is down or slow?
Does everything work all right offline (saving, editing, converting documents
and files etc.)? Obviously this doesn’t include things like receiving e-mails,
interacting with other web-sites and devices which, in general, by definition
require a connection even without 365.
2. How easy is it to control updates? While I understand their importance
for security in particular I would at least like to have the power to block one
that, for instance, breaks some Jaws functionality. Perhaps I’m being a bit
That’s all for the moment – interesting Alison’s experience with the save
function on Word 365. I might come back to ask for more
Da: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Per conto di Steve
Inviato: lunedì 19 febbraio 2018 11:12
Oggetto: [access-uk] Re: saving documents in Office 365
Never had this one with Office 365. Do you mean it does it without asking you?
All the best
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: 18 February 2018 08:57
Subject: [access-uk] saving documents in Office 365
Since upgrading to Windows 10 and installing Office 365, frequently, when
pressing f4 to close an amended document, the document is automatically saved
without me being asked.
Mostly, that’s fine but I can think of occasions when I may have made changes
which I’m not happy with and want to return to the document as it was
Does anyone else experience this and is there a way to ensure that I am asked
every time whether I want to save the changes to the document?
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