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Here’s another Microsoft 365 app you didn’t know you had: Microsoft Editor

Microsoft Editor is part of 365. It will check your text in real time and make suggestions. And it even works on non-Microsoft products. Here are all the details.

It’s a free addition to the Office 365 suite that you can download in the Apple App Store, Google Play, or Windows Store. It will be automatically updated when new versions are released, so that means you always have the latest version of Microsoft Editor on your device. 

For those with Microsoft M365 there are many  additional functions added compared to the free version.

So how do you get it in M365? Launch Word, PowerPoint or Excel on your PC and go to “Home” > then select “Editor”

Microsoft Editor: Perfecting content for email, documents, and the web

It’s always important to make a great impression. But sometimes our spelling and grammar can let us down…

Don’t worry – Microsoft 365 Editor is here to the rescue. Helping you to avoid embarrassing mistakes and coming up with elegant alternatives to highlight what you’re trying to say quickly and easily.

To start using Editor, simply download the browser extension that’s available for both Chrome and the Edge browser.

Once you start typing in Word, Microsoft Editor will check your text in real time. If something is wrong, it’ll be underlined.

Click on the underlined text, and a brief description of the error and a suggestion will appear.

Editor also does cool stuff like marks your content out of 100% against a long list of criteria, such as clarity, formality and vocabulary.

If you want to improve the way you speak and write, Editor is your wingman.


To learn more about Editor, or any other Microsoft 365 tool, please get in touch with us today.

The video background on today’s video was filmed at Stevenson Beach in Ayrshire.

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M365, microsoft, o365
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