Congratulations to Microsoft and office team for releasing office 2016.
Today I’m going to tell you about some of the new features of Office 2016, but first I’d like to point out how to put it on your machine, because I did find it a bit confusing, and I got the latest version of the office, when it was released and there was a new way to deploy the office.
At the moment we need to pay attention in 2016, before we get close to this, the deployment approach is called the current business branch. The key is to enter your portal site and ensure that it has been activated.
When you provide it to an entire organization or a group of people, they will be able to see the option of installing Office 2016 there and in the portal settings. If we go to my portal site, I open the office installation page and my office settings, I’ve installed the machine and activated it, and now we can choose to install the latest version of Office, but this is still Office 2013, so I’ve enabled my portal site and the first version below, we You can choose to try the next version of Office.
For users who have installed it, you can install the commonly available version of Office 2016 without doing anything, because you already have it; for those who have not, you must install it first, and then you will see the option.
Then select your installation language, then click Install Now, and I even open the desktop and suite to my taskbar for five key applications to make sure I know that the key thing to remember is that if you want to do this for your staff to be able to install from the portal, you need to open the first version, otherwise you will Until February 2016, when taking over the office 2016 installation will be an option for installing the latest version of Office, office 2016 will be available through the current branch business model.