WPXO is a Mac OS X menu bar app. It's a companion app for Microsoft Office that provides a fast, convenient way to see the last 50 Office documents you've worked on. WPXO also provides a shortcut to starting your Office apps.
Important WPXO requires Microsoft Office 2016 or Office 2011. It is not a word processor, spreadsheet or presentation program. If Microsoft Office is not installed on your Mac then WPXO will be of no benefit.
WPXO is a menu bar program for Mac OS X and does not display any windows when it first starts. WPXO adds a square, colour icon to the Mac's menu bar. Clicking this icon lists the most recent Microsoft Office documents you've worked on.
WPXO requires Microsoft Office for Mac 2016 or Office for Mac 2011. You can buy Microsoft Office for Mac from amazon.com or your favourite retailer.
WPXO uses Spotlight to find your Office documents. If WPXO doesn't list your Office documents, do a Spotlight search for them. If Spotlight can't find these documents, WPXO won't find them either. Check the Privacy settings for Spotlight to make sure your hard drives and folders are being searched.
WPXO finds the last 50 Office documents you've worked on and sorts them alphabetically, by date modified or by document kind. When you choose to sort documents by date modified they are grouped into sections for Today, Yesterday, Previous 7 days, Previous 30 days or Earlier. If you sort by document kind then Microsoft Word documents are shown first, followed by PowerPoint presentations and then Excel spreadsheets.
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WPXO is an acronym derived from each Microsoft app: Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook.