Microsoft Office 2016 is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite, succeeding both Office 2013 and Office for Mac 2011.It using more than one million customers have used it across both Windows and Mac platforms according to Microsoft and that has been followed by a number of updates including.
MS Office 2016 Top Features:
- In Outlook – Now you can archive items in Outlook with a single click by using the Archive button. Plus, browsing or adding new groups is simple with the addition of those two group buttons. If you do not see the new buttons, you will have to add them to your ribbon.
- In Word and PowerPoint – you can quickly view previous versions of a document with the Activity button on your ribbon. Once clicked, the side panel will open, showing what has happened with your document.
- For capturing someone’s attention quickly, Outlook 2016 has a feature called Mentions. When crafting an email or calendar invitation, type the @ symbol and the first few letters of the person’s name into the body. You will then see a drop-down box displaying options from your contact list.
- Some features added to Office 2016 are available across multiple applications. One such feature is the ability to publish documents to Docs.com. Select File > Publish and you will see the Docs.com options including document title and visibility choices.
- In Excel – Power BI is a service that can transform your data into interactive reports. Using the business dashboard, you can monitor, analyze, and build models easily. Select File > Publish to upload workbooks or export workbook data directly to and from Power BI.
- In PowerPoint – Similar to Word, you can now use a text highlighter in PowerPoint. Make certain parts of your text really stand out with this convenient and overdue feature. Make sure you are on the Home tab and then select your text. Next, click Text Highlighter and choose your color.
- If you are interested in seeing the newest features while you have an application open, you can check these out any time. Select File > Account > What’s New to access the pop-up window which also contains a link to Learn More about those features.
MS Office 2016 System Requirements:
Processor: Pentium IV CPU 1.4 GHz
RAM: 1 GB
HDD: 2.20 GB
Display: DirectX 10 Graphics Card, 1280 x 800 resolution
OS: Windows 7, 8/8.1 and Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2 & 2012