Overview of Office 2016 for Mac

On today’s Office Mechanics show, we’ll take a look at the new Office 2016 for Mac Preview, which brings together all the most recent updates for Office on the Mac. Kaberi Chowdhury joins Jeremy Chapman to demonstrate highlights of what’s new with PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook and even the newest member of the Office for Mac family, OneNote.
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  1. Mary Graves says:

    The video is very well, thanks for sharing! Friends who want to get genuine office 2016 can go to google search "Softkeyhome", works great!

  2. Green Milly says:

    Office 2016 product key can go to google search “aakeys”, I just got one from this, works like a charm!

  3. Darren Clark says:

    this review is so pedestrian it's like a school project. Don't bother watching if you want any real information.

  4. thrillpwr says:

    do i oversee the possibility for custom contact fields or do i really have to browse through custom 1 to custom 9 ?! this is far away from professional…

  5. TylerInNiagara says:

    Could we get that ppt?

  6. SlideModel PowerPoint says:

    We'd love to see the Add-in features also available in Mac. Seems that this new 2016 Mac Preview has the user interface prepared for add-ins and in fact we were able to specify the addin files however after installing the addin there is no effect nor addins doesn't seem to be activated. Can please clarify if there will be support for addins in future releases of PowerPoint for Mac? Or, the focus will be on Apps for Office?

    – Julian

  7. Geoff Lilley says:

    None of the features mentioned in for #Excel  in this presentation are either new, nor aimed at power users. AVERAGE ain't exactly power user stuff, nor is conditional formatting.

    The Formula builder has improved, but that's nothing to shout about. Most power users hand-enter their formulas, because when you're quadruple and quintuple nesting functions, it's faster.

    Most of all, as a dyed-in-the-wool power user, I was deeply disappointed that we're still left without PivotCharts in Excel 2016, no equivalent to PowerPivot, and no native ODBC drivers like our Windows brethren enjoy. I am delighted that we now have slicers, however.

    Here's hoping next version will bear more fruit.

  8. Itzik Reich says:


  9. MuzikJunkyAES says:

    I hope there’s an acronym manager in Word, too. Peace.

  10. MoonSoo Cho says:

    is outlook color coordinate with Windows outlook color?  

  11. ArnStar says:

    Still waiting for Mac Outlook to get feature parity with Outlook 2010 for Windows. Sad face.

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