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Microsoft Office 2016 Preview: 10 New Features That Will Turn Partners' Heads

Take a tour of Microsoft Office 2016's latest preview release, chock-full of new productivity features and IT admin tools.

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Smarter Office Menu Options

Office menus get a IQ upgrade, says Microsoft, making saving, opening and browsing for files easier. In Word, for example, the Browse option has been elevated for improved visibility and is now much easier to find. The Open and Save As tabs have also been streamlined to reduce confusion when trying to navigate where you want to save a file -- be it locally or in your OneDrive.

One menu update I appreciated was within Outlook. In Office 2016 Outlook when you add an attachment to an email, the Attach File menu option now includes Recent Items, which includes any Office documents that have recently been closed. That saves the annoying step of having to Browse around and find that file you just closed and want to share.

 
 
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