Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint on the desktop to start Microsoft Office 365 programs via the shortcuts under Windows 10!
This solution / example is handy for anyone who often works with Excel, Word, Outlook on Windows 10, here's how to create a shortcut to these important Microsoft Office 365 programs. Especially with Microsoft Windows Tablets, pinning to Windows Start is a handy thing when working in tablet mode, (eg on the Ms Surface Pro a fine thing).
Content:1.) ... Creating the desktop shortcut for Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint!
2.) ... Starting from the Quick Launch bar of the Window Taskbar Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint!
3.) ... Attach Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint to the taskbar, or start Windows 10!
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This is no problem even under Windows 10. Please start MS-Explorer and enter the following address in the address bar: shell:Common Programs
optional Windows + R and command shell:Common Programs
And confirm with [ENTER]!
Now you can see all OFFICE-365 program links!
Right-click, or copy and paste the required office tools on the Windows 10 Desktop
(copy & paste or right mouse drag and drop)!
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After you have created a desktop shortcut for Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint , it is easy to make the Microsoft Office 365 programs available via the Quick Launch toolbar by simply dragging and dropping the Microsoft Office 365 programs desktop shortcut and dropping) on the quick launch bar.
If you have not yet activated the Quick Launch bar under Windows 10, here is the description:
It is very convenient to work with the Quick Launch bar under Windows 10, especially since there is no confusion between non-open and open applications, such as the Windows taskbar.
See: ►►► Show program name in the Windows 10 taskbar!
If you would like to start Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint via the Start menu in Windows 10, or from the desktop taskbar, you do not need to have much Windows expertise. With the Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint Desktop shortcut you also have the option to make the Microsoft Office 365 programs even more accessible. Simply right-click on the desktop shortcut and attach to Start and the taskbar!
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FAQ 225: Updated on: July 24th 2018 21:02