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Create professional documents, project, slideshows, spreadsheets,
newsletters and much more. Collaborate with colleagues, employees,
and clients seamlessly through the web. And take advantage of an
entirely new set of features boasted by the latest 2016 version of
the Microsoft Office Professional Suite.
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What’s new in this version of the classic program suite?
Important enhancements include increased mobility and
mobile-friendly function for all programs in the suite, easier
sharing and collaboration for all programs, and closed captioning
and the option for multiple audio tracks in Powerpoint. Excel,
which is often described as the most complicated Office program to
completely master, has been designed with extra user-friendliness
and intuitiveness in the design, thus facilitating more effective
and accurate use. (Though of course, you and your employees will
always have access to Microsoft Office’s extensive selection of
instructional resources, and the popularity of Office insures that
most employees/new hires will already have a working knowledge of
the suite.) To learn more about the latest enhancements in Office
2016, take a look at the product features.
Office 2016 – Other changes
When it comes to the rest of the Office suite, very little has
changed. OneNote and Publisher are to all intents and purposes
identical, with just the new Tell Me toolbar, sharing features and
here and there a very slight layout tweak.
Access has a bit more going on though the changes are tweaks to
existing features rather than anything new. The Linked Table
Manager now allows you to easily export to Excel a list of all the
data sources your database uses, and the Show Table dialog is
larger so you don’t have to scroll as much.
PowerPoint gets an easy way to compare changes that other people
have made to a presentation with a new side-by-side comparison tool
that lets you pick which changes to save.
As for Project, it gains a new timeline view that shows multiple
timeline bars together plus you can show specific phases of a
project in the timeline bar by picking the dates.
Visio gets at least one notable change in the shape of a new Quick
Import tool that makes it far easier to setup the connection to
Excel data used to generate diagrams. Rights management is also
available so you control who can see your documents.