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Here's everything you need to know about Microsoft Copilot

Are you a fan of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and would like to know how to work even more efficiently? Meet Microsoft Copilot, a new tool that can help make your work in these program's even more fun.

Microsoft Copilot is a form of artificial intelligence (AI) that can support you in creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations. It is a kind of virtual assistant that can help you work faster and smarter.

One of the nice things about Microsoft Copilot is that it can make suggestions as you type. This means that while you are creating a document, the system can give suggestions for words and phrases you might want to use. This can help you work faster and more accurately.

But that's not all! Microsoft Copilot can also help with document formatting. For example, if you want to create a table in Excel, the system can provide suggestions for formatting the table and entering data. It can also help you create professional presentations in PowerPoint by providing you with templates and images appropriate to the topic of the presentation.

Best of all, Microsoft Copilot can learn from your way of working and adapt the suggestions and recommendations to your personal style. This means the system keeps getting better at understanding what you need and what you want to achieve.

So if you are not yet familiar with Microsoft Copilot, I would definitely recommend giving it a try after this piece of new technology becomes available. It can make your work not only more enjoyable, but also more efficient. You'll be amazed at how much time you can save and how much faster you can work.

What is the release date of Microsoft Copilot

It looks like Microsoft has made Copilot available to some commercial customers. There will often be a rollout next in the betaprogram and then to the general public. (GA - General Available)

Source: Introducing Microsoft 365 Copilot: your copilot for work - Stories

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