1 User MS Online Office 2016 Professional Key Code with Box Package
Microsoft is known for it's user-friendly, productivity-enhancing
software, so why not put that power at your fingertips? Microsoft
Home and Student 2016 is a great package for students to utilize
for all of their software needs. If you are a student or are
looking to buy software for a student in your life, this is the one
for you. Office 2016 is designed to help you create and organize
faster with time-saving features, a new modern look, and built-in
collaboration tools. Plus, you can save your documents in the cloud
on OneDrive and access them from anywhere.
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Office 2016 – Sway and Delve
Along with the online Office apps, push towards OneDrive-based
cloud sharing and collaboration and the whole Office 365
subscription model, another sign that Office is evolving away from
its traditional set of programs are the emergence of new apps whose
function spans several existing apps as well as online resources.
Sway has been around for a little while now as a free extra for
Office 365 subscribers and it’s essentially a cross between OneNote
and PowerPoint, with an emphasis on web content.
Ostensibly it’s a presentation tool that makes it easy to import
online resources such as Youtube videos, Tweets and Facebook
updates. Unlike PowerPoint, though, the emphasis is on leaving the
formatting to the app, with just a selection of simple themes to
choose from and a drag and drop interface for moving content
around, making it easy to throw ideas down much like you would with
a note taking app. Plus it’s all online so is easy to share and
It’s slickly done though definitely quite basic and it’s still
unclear exactly where it fits into the landscape – is it for note
taking, presenting or will it replace both? It seems most likely to
gain traction in the education market, making it easy for children
to generate class presentations without the need to share, email or
Then there’s Delve, which is another new service that’s been around
a short while for Office 365 subscribers. It’s a way for users to
share information about who they are, what they’re working on and
what permissions they have, almost like a social network for
colleagues. Along with the Office-wide sharing tools, it’s another
way of putting users in control of their own collaborative efforts
and taking the strain off central IT.
The layout consists of a list of the people with whom you’ve shared
work on the left, with the right showing tiles of information about
the most recent Office documents you’ve shared with one another.
Displayed in a tile format, each one shows a thumbnail of the
document that was created, along with the name of the person who
created or modified it, how long ago they created or modified it,
and the type of document it is. Icons let you open the file, email
the person, start a meeting with them or log into the shared folder
on their OneDrive.
Just as with Sway, it doesn’t yet feel like an essential addition
but a hint of things to come. Indeed that’s somewhat the story of
Office 2016 as a whole. It has a host of new features and tweaks
but it doesn’t feel like a complete and essential overhaul.