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Microsoft Office Home and Business 2016 takes the work out of
working together and provides collaboration and focus to your
office, wherever it goes. This suite comes with the 2016 versions
of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook featuring
enhancements that help you create, communicate and work from just
about anywhere. Perfect for remote workers and dispersed teams,
Office 2016 lets you edit and co-author in real time, send
documents fast and stay in touch via Skype. There's simply no
better software suite for businesses that need full access on the
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Office 2016 – Excel
Aside from Word’s collaboration features and the cross-suite
updates, only Excel and Outlook have had much of an upgrade in
Excel gets the most changes, starting with the addition of six new
chart types, including sunbursts, treemaps and waterfall charts.
There are also pivot tables that can handle dates and Power Query
is now integrated, allowing for much easier integration of live
data from other sources such as databases and web pages.
There’s also a new forecasting option that makes it easier to
analyse your data and make predictions such as future revenue
growth. A nod to the current touch-screen era is the addition of a
tool for handwriting in formulae, saving you having to work out or
remember just exactly how you create a Sigma or Pi symbol.
Collaboration is also enabled but it’s not at the real-time level
yet, with users having to take turns saving and passing on their
It all adds up to an even more powerful experience but there’s
little here that’s going to seal the deal. Moreover, there are
plenty of things still not fixed.
Most prominent is the way graphs and charts are still handled as
in-spreadsheet entities that morph and change size as you change
the spreadsheet, rather than having a separate interface for
creating slick, consistently formatted graphs and having a
convenient export tool for them.
Office 2016 – Outlook
The flagship feature of Outlook 2016 is Groups, which is a new
twist on the enterprise group management that’s long been a
mainstay of the Outlook/Exchange setup. Here, though, the emphasis
is on managers and other team-leaders being able to create groups
for themselves rather than IT having to get involved.
Users can create and manage groups themselves, enabling members to
chat together, share files and exchange notes, in a similar way to
how the more freeform chat apps such as Google Hangouts or Whatsapp
There’s also a new email filter called Clutter. This is yet another
attempt to clear our inboxes of unwanted emails, with the filter
using its own algorithm to guess what will and won’t be useful to
you. It’s not a spam filter per se but more a way of keeping
legitimate but not high-priority emails such as office newsletter
emails from clogging things up.
As ever with these such filters, it isn’t infallible so it’s likely
you’ll have to regularly check the Clutter folder to make sure you
haven’t missed anything important. If that sounds like too much
bother for you, the feature is optional.
Perhaps the most obvious new feature of Outlook 2016, though, is it
has a responsive interface. Resize the window and it will
automatically adjust the size of the viewing areas inside. As the
window gets smaller it will reduce down to a tab the mailbox menu
then the email list so that on the smallest devices you end up with
a single-window view, just like on a phone.
Unlike custom phone interfaces the Outlook 2016 Ribbon menu stays
the same format but just bunches up into smaller and smaller tabs,
to the point it looks a bit of a mess and is difficult to use.
Still, it’s definitely a step in the right direction, in terms of
the universal app vision Microsoft has for Windows 10 working
across PCs, tablets and phones alike. It just feels like something
of a token effort considering no other Office apps have a similar