Fitted with major app updates alongside a familiar ribbon interface, Office 2016 provides a subtle modernization of the Mac experience users have come to love. Meanwhile, updates to Office suite apps mean a fresh experience for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Mac’s latest addition, OneNote.
A stylish interface, combined with Word’s new designer-quality layouts, make appealing and streamlined documents more accessible than ever. More practical updates, like an improved Presenter View in PowerPoint, prove that Office 2016 isn’t just eye candy. The update gives the presenter access to previews of the current slide, next slide, speaker notes and a timer, all of which are only visible on the Mac screen.
To fully appreciate these features, complete Retina display support and Full Screen view allows users to see their own documents in a new light, sharper and more vibrant than ever.
New cloud capabilities mean that users can invite friends and coworkers to join in on the fun, and, because Office for Mac is compatible with PCs, tablets and phones, there is lots of fun to be had. This sharing opportunity will prove particularly valuable, seeing as Office 2016 is offered across 139 countries and 16 languages.
The update will first be available to Office 365 members before being offered to the public in September 2015.
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