www.office.com/setup Blogs: “As you type text, Word automatically changes straight quotation marks ( ‘ or ” ) to curly quotation marks (also known as “smart quotes” or typographer’s quotes),” the official documentation explains. “And now with your feedback we have improved smart quotes feature. Any quote following an em dash (–) is now formatted as an open quote (rather than closed quote).”
Office Insiders are users who volunteer to test early versions of the Office apps before they’re pushed out to the main versions which are used by the general public and businesses. Have you tried these two new features yet? Share your impressions with the community in the comments below.