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Microsoft today launched Office 2016 for Mac which is powered by Cloud so user can can access their documents “anytime, anywhere, and on any device.”, suite integrates with Office 365, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint so with a simple login you have access to all of your data.

Microsoft Office 2016 will be available in 139 countries and 16 languages. You have to be an Office 365 subscriber to get it. If you are subscribed to any of the Office 365 Personal or Office 365 Home or Office 365 ProPlus you can now go to office.com/myaccount, sign in, and follow the installation instructions to get the Office 2016.

Office 2016 for Mac will become available as a one-time purchase option in September, though Microsoft isn’t yet ready to share pricing or an exact launch date. Office 2016 for Mac can still be installed alongside Office for Mac 2011. Office 2016 for Mac requires OS X 10.10 Yosemite.

The new apps in Office 2016 will be full Retina display ready meaning things will look way more crispy on your retina mac’s. The New Microsoft Office Includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.

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Whats New In Word 2016 ?

cloud integration is the the biggest addition to Word 2016. When you see “Updates Available,” just click it to see what your  friend has changed in the document.Co-authoring and threaded comments (also available in PowerPoint) are two powerful collaboration features that have been greatly improved.

Whats New In PowerPoint 2016 ?

Presenter view is the biggest addition to Powerpoint 2016. So this is what you need to open when you need to show your Point presentation. The New Presenter in PowerPoint 2016 displays the current slide and any corresponding notes, the next slide so you can glance and prepare accordingly, a timer, and even all the slides at the bottom for easy skimming.

Whats New In Excel 2016 ?

Windows keyboard shortcuts is the biggest addition to Powerpoint 2016. Excel 2016 also supports the same Windows shortcuts on the Mac, so moving between Microsoft’s and Apple’s operating systems should no longer be a problem.

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