Microsoft is getting ready to unveil their conclusive version of Office 2016 for Windows. The improved software will generally be launched for home and professional users of Windows on a rumored September 22 date. There will be no significant changes to the existing Office 2016 with regards to the release of the Mac version of the software last July, according to the Verge.
The marketing materials, first noticed by German website winfuture.de, announced updates for the ?Office 2016 Launch Hub? which described the date of the release and some updates the software will have that includes improvement for Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Outlook, Skype for Business, Project, Visio, Access, and Publisher.
New Color Theme
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With its ongoing merge with Office software between Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android, Microsoft continues to unify their programs with identical design and feature, shared by the Verge. Office 2016 is set to include a new colorful theme to its different software for Windows that?s as much identical in Mac, Android, and iOS apps.
Office 2016 will also allow users to save files locally or in the cloud to OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. Microsoft Outlook will be able ?to pick and attach files on your SharePoint or OneDrive accounts. Sending links to documents in the cloud enables everyone to access the latest version of the document and allows collaboration (when you want it) on that master copy,? according to the Office 2016 Preview.
Other features include an automatic image correction orientation for when you?re inserting images into the apps. ?Once you insert an image into the apps, it automatically rotates the picture to match the camera?s orientation,? posted by the Office 2016 Preview. ?You can manually rotate the images and does not apply to pictures in existing documents.?
Microsoft has no official confirmation regarding the September 22 launch date but according to the Verge, employees from Microsoft ?are currently resting a final release candidate build of Office 2016,? which makes the Microsoft Office 2016 launch date on September more likely.