Microsoft has announced the availability of a new update for Microsoft Office 2021 (Activated) users. This includes updated versions from Word, Excel PowerPoint, and Outlook with added features to better serve your needs as well.
The tone should be excited but not too overwhelming because there have been significant improvements made in these apps that will make day-to-day work much easier than before – such as being able to save directly into OneNote rather than having separate files saved outside which can lead people to get lost among other things.
As Microsoft has officially announced the availability of the final version of its Office 2021 release for Windows users, we thought it would be interesting to show you some improvements.
Office 2021 includes updated versions of apps from the suite, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Publisher.
Office 2021 is here and ready to make your life easier. With a virtually endless list of changes, it’s clear this release was meant for everyone who uses Office 365 or just needs an update from their current version! In addition to all the amazing programs that come standard in every subscription-free account–such as Word Excel PowerPoint Outlook Access Publisher Project Visio & more!–you can find these new additions too:
- Macros allow you to automate tasks quickly
- “Calibri” font*
- Print dialog box redesign allows users to change any print settings without leaving their screens
- Hyperlinks now display source if linked externally
- Search predictions are enabled by default.
What is new in office 2021?
Updated and improved UI: it is more intuitive and consistent, includes Fluent Design
Default status bar: it shows how much of the content in a file you can see on your screen. The default status will also show if something has been changed since you’ve opened it and indicate whether the document was created by someone else or not. You can toggle it through View > Show Status Bar.
New File tab:
a new way to access all the Office apps and features, it is located on the top left corner of each app.
it’s easier than ever to find things you’ve copied, with a new history feature that tracks every item you copy or cut as you work.
New chart types:
the new 2D Surface and Sunburst charts are great for visualizing hierarchical data.
Ability to edit protected documents:
you can now remove protection from a document using the ribbon or file context menu.
More templates in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook:
there are many new templates available to help get started quickly and efficiently. You can access them by clicking File > New and then in the ‘New’ dialog, select Sample Templates under the Featured section.
More color variations:
in PowerPoint and Word, you will be able to add more than one color to your slides or documents.
New ribbon gallery:
you can find quick actions that are designed to help you work quickly with text, images, and tables.
New feature for importing files:
you can now import multiple files at the same time.
Improved Accessibility in all Office apps:
new options to make it easier for people who rely on assistive technology to read, understand and edit content in your documents.
In-Office 2021 there will be no:
- Editor and function explorer in Word.
- Tap in Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
- PowerPoint Designer
- Ideas and data types in Excel.
- Sharing in real-time in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Encrypted Office 365 messages.
- Enhanced threat protection in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneDrive for Business.
- Protect corporate enterprises.
- Support for sensitive labels in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
- Shared Computer Licensing
- FastTrack Options
- Microsoft Intune Integration
You can download Office 2021 for Windows in all languages
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Hope you enjoy it! See you soon.
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