We live and learn, but it seems that a lifetime is not enough to learn certain things, like Microsoft Office, for example. Every day hundreds of people waste their time trying to figure out how to show a ruler or number pages in MS Word, how to freeze panes in Excel or choose the background in PowerPoint. The commonest tasks often take a great deal of time and struggle, because people don't know or don't remember the full features of Microsoft Office applications. Our solution is an add-in virtual assistant for MS Office that can search commands for you, run them or show where the buttons are situated, and even give you advice why this or that feature is not available. It is not necessary to remember the exact names of commands, write them in your own words and the assistant will understand you. It will even understand you if you misspell something. The application caters towards both beginners and experienced users. The former will find their way through the complex structure of tabs and menus, and the latter will refresh features they haven't used in a while and become aware of the things they may have missed. When the application is installed, the Assistant Tab appears in Microsoft Office programs. The Dialogue button opens a window, where you can type in your queries and see the results the assistant offers. Click them to run commands or click "show" to ask the assistant to point them on the ribbon. At the moment the application supports the English and Russian languages and functions in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint, MS Office versions 2007, 2010 and 2013.
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