For some people who have to work with Office documents on Mac, it is undoubtedly a good new that Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac is coming. This is its first major update in years since Microsoft first time release Office suite for Mac. Now, Microsoft supply the preview versions of the redesigned Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook for Mac, during the preview period, users can download Office apps free and each new build will expire 60 days. Until the official launch, an Office 365 subscription or perpetual license are required for users. Better still, Microsoft's consumer marketing manager, Jevon Fark, said, “This will be the first time Office for Mac is updated on a regular basis like Office 365 is today.”
Office 2016 for Mac includes a new interface more like the versions of Office available on Windows, and so do the features. Besides, Retina displays and iCloud syncing are also supported. For example, on the word side, users will get the real-time collaboration features as the windows user have. On the Excel side, new statistical functions are added for power users, and the shortcuts applying to Windows now apply to Mac, for some users who accustomed to using Excel on Windows, it can be better. On the PowerPoint side, the company adds the same Presenter View as Windows.
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