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Office 2016 includes all the features from Office 2013, but with improvements and some new features to make tasks quicker and easier.
Office 2016 allows you to save documents online so that you can access them from any device at any time. You can download the OneDrive application to your mobile device to view and edit the documents on the go.
File attachment features have been expanded. You can now access recently attached files through the Attach button. You can use OneDrive to share files to your peers and assign them specific permissions (e.g., Read-only, Edit).
The search function has improved in a few ways. You can now search for emails across your computer or Office 365 mailbox. Keywords and people suggestions have also been improved.
The new version of PowerPoint has some brand new features to make slides more engaging. The Morph transition allows for seamless, fluid transitions. The PowerPoint Designer feature gives you customized designs for your slides, and adapts to your preferences the more you use it. Learn more about PowerPoint Designer.
This Excel feature allows you to analyze the data in your calendar in order to see how you are spending your time. Just connect your Exchange account and Excel's calendar insights template will generate a detailed summary of analytics based on your Exchange calendar. Learn more about the Calendar Insights Template.
You can now collaborate with others on documents, editing them in real time. You can change authoring permissions for Word documents and PowerPoint presentations. Using the Share panel, you can easily add and remove authors, as well as change permissions for specific authors.
Add online videos to make notes more interactive. Learn more about inserting online videos.
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint now have additional charts for analyzing and representing data. Some include: Histogram, Box and Whisker, and Sunburst.
There are several Office themes available that give your Office suite a clean, uniform look. Learn more about changing your Office theme.
This feature allows you to quickly search and access features that are hard to locate. It is available in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Project, Visio, and Access. (Note: Access is only available in Office 365 Education for Windows). It will also give you a list of functions related to the keyword you have searched. Simply type in what you need to do ("Tell me how to...") and Tell Me will guide you in the right direction.