Stay on top of the frequent updates to Office 365. Learn about the latest enhancements to all the Office apps, including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and more.
- [David] Hi, and welcome to this course on the new features of Office 365. I'm David Rivers. When Office 365 first launched, it wasn't all that different from Office 2016, and had feature parody with the stand alone OfficeSuite. Well, since then, Office 365 has evolved with frequent updates from Microsoft while 2016 has essentially remained static. If you have the box or perpetual version of Office 2016, check out the Office 2016 New Features course here at Linkedin Learning.
If you're an Office 365 subscriber, however, you've likely noticed feature enhancements and new apps showing up from time to time. In this course, we'll capture the evolving features of Office 365, updating it on a regular basis to help you stay up to day with what's new or improved in Office 365. There's lots to cover, so if you're ready, let's get started with Office 365 New Features.
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- Editing documents with gestures
- Selecting and manipulating objects in Excel
- Setting access to linked files right within Outlook
- Collaborating on presentations in real time
- Inserting and editing icons
- Restoring changes to shared files