Microsoft released the second update for Office 2016 Preview
In may, Microsoft released a public preview version of Office 2016. Then the company announced that Office 2016 Preview will be published regularly updates with new functions. Today the developers Office has published a list of innovations they worked on for the past month and have become a part of the second update:
- A new chart in Excel. Based on user feedback, Microsoft has introduced six new charts: Waterfall, Histogram, Pareto, Box & Whisker, Treemap and Sunburst.
- Input in real time in the Word. Now word processor from Microsoft allows you to see what and where to print the other members of the working group. To try out the new feature, you must save the document to OneDrive for Business and invite colleagues to join you in simultaneous operation.
- Insights for Excel and PowerPoint. A tool that takes advantage of the search engine Bing to provide context information from the document, is now available in Excel and PowerPoint (in the previous build was limited to the World Insights and Outlook 2016).
- Tell me integrated into Outlook. Now, in addition to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel 2016, Tell me you can use in Outlook. This is a search engine that allows you to execute commands by simply entering an appropriate request in the special field.
- Convert handwritten equations into text. Using the tool to insert the equation, you can write by hand (digital pen, mouse or even a finger, if we are talking about a touch device) to get automatic conversion to text. This feature works in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
As mentioned above, using the preview is no longer subject to restrictions, as it was before, so to test it can absolutely everyone. To go to download Office 2016, it is enough to follow this link at this link.
: Office Blog