What's new in Office 2016 for Windows

Microsoft Office 2016 features new, modern versions of all of the classic desktop applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote and Skype for Business. Quickly produce professional documents with rich authoring features, design controls for pixel-perfect layouts and newly built in Excel tools will help you get more out of your data, faster and easier.

Office 2016

Your entire team can work more collaboratively by accessing important documents in the cloud, whenever they are needed. Office 2016 also offers new security, compliance, and deployment features, giving organizations more control over sensitive data and IT more flexibility in deployment and management.

Office 2016 is available from 1st October 2015.

Key Changes:

This release consists of updates to the following products:

Applications: Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project Standard/Professional, Publisher, Skype for Business (client, Office Professional Plus only), Visio Standard/Professional and Word.

OneNote 2016 will be included with the Office Professional Plus 2016 and Office Standard 2016 suites.

What's new in Office 2016 for Windows

Simplified sharing: Quickly and easily invite others to review or edit your document using the new Share button located on the Ribbon in Word, PowerPoint, or Excel doc.  With better integration in Office 2016, you can get more information and have more interactivity while working within documents.  Integration with Skype for Business incorporates instant messaging or live calls.

Simplified sharing

Available today in

n Word  n PowerPoint  n Excel

Insights feature in PowerPoint

Real-time typing in Word: You can see where others are working and what they are typing as they type it in the Word desktop application. Just save a document to OneDrive for Business and invite your colleagues to join you in a simultaneous authoring session.

Realtime typing in Word
Real-time typing feature in Word

Data analysis in Excel: New analysis capabilities are built into Excel, including one-click forecasting, so you can pull, map, analyze and visualize your data faster.

Data analysis in Excel
Data analysis features in Excel

Insights: Powered by Bing, this feature brings you contextual information from the web right into your Office experience when using Word, Excel, Outlook, or PowerPoint


Data loss protection: IT admins can centrally create, manage, and enforce policies for content authoring and document sharing in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. End users will see policy tips or sharing restrictions when the apps detect a potential policy violation.

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