Microsoft Office 2016 introduction
Microsoft Office 2016 ( Office 16) is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite, succeeding both Office 2013 and Office for Mac 2011, and preceding Office 2019 for both platforms.
Microsoft Office 2016 helps you to do your best work—anywhere, any time, and with anyone. New, modern versions of the classic desktop applications
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, and Access are built for maximum productivity. You will quickly produce professional documents with rich authoring features, design controls for pixel-perfect layouts, and intuitive tools to help you make the most of your data. You will have access to your documents in the cloud whenever and wherever you need them. With your documents stored online, it is easy to get your team on the same page. Share, present, and work together on projects with built-in team collaboration tools across the suite
What’s New in Microsoft Office 2016?
You do not need to be a power user to use the power of Office 2016. Tell Me will guide you to the feature you need, to get the results you want. This built-in search saves time that you would spend looking for a specific feature. You can find the Tell Me dialog box in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Using Tell Me
1. At the top of the ribbon, type what you are looking for in the Tell Me dialog box. As you type, possible results will appear.
2. Select the result that applies to your task.
For example, when you want to mark your document as confidential, just type “confidential” or “confidential banner” and Tell Me will bring back the Watermark command.
Viewing previous commands
Click or tap in the Tell Me box. The Recently Used drop-down list appears and displays the last five commands you executed from within Tell Me.
2. Smart Lookup
Smart Lookup, powered by Bing, uses the term you highlight and other contextual information from within your document to deliver search results from the web while you read or work on a document. With information from a variety of sources, you can find anything from a quick definition to a detailed exploration without leaving your document.
Accessing Smart Lookup
1. Highlight the word or phrase about which you want to find information.
2. Do one of the following:
- Right-click and then select Smart Lookup.
- On the ribbon under the References tab, select Smart Lookup.
The Smart Lookup pane opens, displaying information relevant to your selection.
NOTE: If you are just looking up one word, you can skip highlighting and simply right-click on the word.
3. New Office User Experience Themes
New Office User Experience Themes let you choose the Office 2016 experience that is right for you. The Dark Gray themes provide a high contrast look and feel that is easier on the eyes. Or, choose the new Colorful theme for a modern and fresh look that is consistent across your devices
Changing your theme
1. On the File menu of any Office 2016 application, select Account.
2. From the Office Theme list, select the theme you want to apply.
4. New, modern charts and graphs
Excel recommends charts that are best suited for your data and gives you a preview of how your data will look. The addition of six new, modern charts and graphs gives you more ways to explore and tell compelling stories with your business data. They are particularly good for visualizing sets of related data, by department or area, as well as making it easier for you to discover meaning from the data, and then communicate insights to others. These new charts provide a rich set of capabilities across Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, though all types might not be available in all programs at release.
Accessing the new charts
On the Insert tab, select the chart type you want to use, which may be one the following new chart types:
5. One-click forecasting
If you have historical, time-based data, one-click forecasting allows you to create basic forecasts. When you create a forecast, Excel generates a new worksheet with a table of the historical and predicted values and a chart that illustrates the data. A forecast can help you predict things like future sales, inventory requirements, or consumer trends.
Creating a forecast
1. Select the data from which you want to create the forecast.
2. On the Data tab, select Forecast Sheet. Excel generates a forecast and displays it in a new pop-up window.
Excel calculates the forecast using new sheet function FORECAST.ETS(), which uses exponential smoothing prediction, a statistical forecasting technique that gives data exponentially decreasing weight as it gets older.
Updated Backstage View
No matter where you work, improvements to the Microsoft Office Backstage view will help you be more efficient. The Backstage View is where you manage your documents and related data about them.
Download office 2016 ISO
How to install office 2016 free without a product key
Once your download is complete, you need to extract the original ISO image. After extracting is complete, you will see the following files.
- Click Run SETUP.EXE
Click <Install Now> button
Active Office 2016 permanently without a product key
Step 1: Copy the following code and create a new text document. Save it with name “1click.cmd”
Or you can click here to download this file.
title Activate Microsoft Office 2016 ALL versions for FREE!&cls&echo ============================================================================&echo #Project: Activating Microsoft software products for FREE without software&echo ============================================================================&echo.&echo #Supported products:&echo – Microsoft Office Standard 2016&echo – Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016&echo.&echo.&(if exist “%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs” cd /d “%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office16”)&(if exist “%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs” cd /d “%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office16″)&(for /f %%x in (‘dir /b ..\root\Licenses16\proplusvl_kms*.xrm-ms’) do cscript ospp.vbs /inslic:”..\root\Licenses16\%%x” >nul)&(for /f %%x in (‘dir /b ..\root\Licenses16\proplusvl_mak*.xrm-ms’) do cscript ospp.vbs /inslic:”..\root\Licenses16\%%x” >nul)&echo.&echo ============================================================================&echo Activating your Office…&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:WFG99 >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:DRTFM >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:BTDRB >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /unpkey:CPQVG >nul&cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /inpkey:XQNVK-8JYDB-WJ9W3-YJ8YR-WFG99 >nul&set i=1
if %i%==1 set KMS_Sev=kms7.MSGuides.com
if %i%==2 set KMS_Sev=kms8.MSGuides.com
if %i%==3 set KMS_Sev=kms9.MSGuides.com
if %i%==4 goto notsupported
cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /sethst:%KMS_Sev% >nul&echo ============================================================================&echo.&echo.
cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /act | find /i “successful” && (echo.&echo ============================================================================&echo.&echo #My official blog: MSGuides.com&echo.&echo #How it works: bit.ly/kms-server&echo.&echo #Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.&echo.&echo #Please consider supporting this project: donate.msguides.com&echo #Your support is helping me keep my servers running everyday!&echo.&echo ============================================================================&choice /n /c YN /m “Would you like to visit my blog [Y,N]?” & if errorlevel 2 exit) || (echo The connection to my KMS server failed! Trying to connect to another one… & echo Please wait… & echo. & echo. & set /a i+=1 & goto server)
explorer “http://MSGuides.com”&goto halt
echo.&echo ============================================================================&echo Sorry! Your version is not supported.&echo Please try installing the latest version here: bit.ly/downloadmsp
Step 2: Run the batch file as administrator
Wait for activation
Done! Check the activation status again.
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