Here are some screenshots of the updated applications—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote—in the Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview, along with explanations of the new features you’re seeing.
The Analysis ToolPak includes all the statistical functions you need to do an in-depth analysis of your data.
Slicers in Excel let you repivot information and share insights.
In Excel, you can now print to a single PDF file.
The new Formula Builder pane in Excel.
Excel now provides autocomplete.
OneNote now looks and works as on Windows.
In OneNote, you can create, move, copy, rename and delete sections, pages, and notebooks.
OneNote notebooks sync to the cloud so you’re always up to date.
OneNote provides tagging and checklist functionality.
Outlook provides a unified inbox experience.
Outlook’s conversations view keeps messages in the same thread.
Message preview in Outlook lets you see the first few sentences of a message inline.
You can move between Mail, Calendar, People, and Tasks in Outlook using the nav bar.
Outlook categories sync
works with Exchange Server.
In Outlook, you can view different calendars side-by-side.
Presenter View in PowerPoint lets you control the presentation.
PowerPoint provides new slide transitions.
A new conflict resolution experience in PowerPoint helps you choose the
right version to keep.
The new Animations pane in PowerPoint.
A new Navigation pane in Word helps you move around a big document.
Word now features an improved dictionary.
Word’s new style pane helps you visually apply and review styles.
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