4 ways to get the most out of Microsoft Office 2016

1) OneNote

Keeping teams informed and connected across projects and content proposals can be costly, in terms of time and budget. You can forget scanned documents and misconstrued data points and make better decisions with Office 2016. Simply gather notes in Microsoft OneNote and share the complete notebook with as many colleagues as you wish without having to leave the application. You can even send a notebook to those without a Microsoft account and monitor changes and comments without wading through a phonebook-sized email thread.

one note sharing

2) Ink Equation

You don’t have to dismiss your creative roots with Office 2016, even if you’re working with crucial information in Excel. Whether your costing projects, tracking investment or looking at trajectory of your new product launch, the new Ink Equation feature enables you to do what comes naturally and save time when it comes to calculations. Simply write equations by hand using a mouse, trackpad, stylus or touch screen and they are magically applied to your document.

Ink Equation Preview

3) Version History

The improved “Version History” feature in Office 2016 enables you to forget collaboration calamities by viewing a complete list of changes, organised by time, date or the person the changes were saved by, to improve man hour investment and the number and quality of pitches you make.

Version History

4) OneDrive for Business

OneDrive for Business boosts collaboration and saves project management resources. Enjoy the freedom and ability to access the most up-to-date version of your file from anywhere, anytime and on any device. Say you receive the final budget figures for your strategy presentation on the train, you can quickly log in and make the required adjustments from a smartphone, tablet or laptop. OneDrive For Business

Thank you to Microsoft for the information!