A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released its new Office suite, a new version of the program that Microsoft claims is faster, more secure, and better than ever.
While we’re still waiting for the official launch, the company is now showing off a few of the new features in its new version, and it’s pretty exciting to see how much better the new apps look than the old ones.
First up is the redesigned app menu.
The new menus are sleek and modern, with a swipe-through view of the apps in the top bar, as opposed to the traditional sidebar.
The apps are also easier to find, and the icons are more readable.
This new design makes it easier to see which apps are in use at a glance.
It also shows which apps have the most recent updates.
In the case of Word, Word is now shown in the sidebar instead of the top row, and Excel is in the same spot in the new app menu as before.
Word is also easier than before to launch.
The only thing it doesn’t look like it needs is a new tab bar to show up.
It’s just the same old Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
It will be interesting to see what the Office team comes up with for the new version in the future.
The other major change is the way Office handles documents.
There are new tools for organizing documents in Excel, for example, and there are even new “document type” settings.
There’s even a new shortcut to get to the next or previous document type in Excel.
It feels more natural and intuitive to use this new feature than Excel itself.
Microsoft says this is due to its new unified search engine that uses Microsoft Edge.
There is also a new feature for creating a document from a text file, and Microsoft says it can handle hundreds of thousands of documents in a day.
It looks like Microsoft has taken the idea of Office’s “document builder” feature and applied it to the new Office apps.
It could be a nice way for users to quickly create and organize documents.
But Microsoft is not giving up on Office.
Microsoft is going to continue to work on its productivity suite, including Word, Office, and OneNote, as well as some of its other productivity tools.
Microsoft also announced that it is working on a new set of productivity apps for Windows 10.
It says these will be built using the same Microsoft Edge engine that powers Office.
We’re excited to see this.
The company has been hard at work for months to make its productivity tools even better, and we hope to see these new productivity apps get a release sooner rather than later.