Yes it is a free preview right now (18 Aug 2015). Just install the new Office 2016 Trial from here. Here is the list of new features. If you have the appropriate version of Office 365 you will receive the upgrade automatically when the product is released.
Test it using a separate PC or a virtual machine. DO NOT install it on your regular work machine because it is still in testing stage.
I will cover the features in more detail. But here is a very interesting feature which some of you may like. You can do forecasting very quickly using the Forecast Sheet feature of Excel 2016.
Here is the raw data – a time series and the forecast generated from it.
More coverage of new features coming soon…
(I had written another post about this trial, which I have deleted. That was because the side-by-side running of new version with older versions mentioned in that article requires lot of technical explanation, which is not worth the trouble at trial stage)
Many people ask me to give them a secret list of most powerful keyboard shortcuts. They think knowing more shortcuts is the same as being more efficient. Unfortunately, it is not. Read this 3 min article to understand how to find out the shortcuts you need and how to learn them in a simple manner without stressing yourself.
Read this article to know what is QAT. Dual buttons are those which have two parts. Here is how you add the lower part to QAT…
Many companies are still using older versions of Office. They often ask me why they should move to Office 2013. There are many new features in Office 2013. However this article focuses only on features related to SharePoint, Office 365 and OneDrive usage.
Please read How to crop images and videos? before reading this article. We continue to explore more features related to cropping.
Do you think you already know how to crop? You are wrong – most probably. There is much more to cropping than what we think we know. I was also surprised when I learnt it myself. Explore this and decide for yourself!
The title sounds negative. Please don’t get offended. Don’t take it personally.
This is based on what I have seen and experienced while coaching over 210,000 users globally over the last 11 years. Let me complete the sentence “everyone uses but nobody cares whether it is being used fully and appropriately across the organization”
And of course, I am not just complaining. I will also provide a solution approach.
Well, this is a very useful thing. But hardly anyone uses it. It is so good, that I am going to write three articles about it. One each for PowerPoint, Word and Excel. Let us start with Word.