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Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus

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Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus

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Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus

Get the latest Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus and power up your PC! Designed to work seamlessly with your Windows 10 device, Office 2016 offers incredible possibilities! New themes let you choose the Office experience that’s right for you. Dark and Dark Gray themes provide high contrast that’s easier on the eyes, and the Colourful theme gives you a modern look that’s consistent across your devices. Pull content from PDFs straight into Word. Open PDFs and edit paragraphs, lists, and tables just as you do in familiar Word documents. New modern charts and graphs in Excel give you more ways to explore and tell compelling stories with your business data. Excel recommends charts best suited for your data, and gives you a preview how your data will look.

Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus Includes:

Microsoft office Word

Microsoft office Excel

Microsoft office PowerPoint

Microsoft office One Note

Microsoft office Outlook

Microsoft Publisher

Microsoft Access

Microsoft InfoPath

Microsoft Communicator

Microsoft SharePoint

Microsoft Skype

  • OPERATING SYSTEMS SUPPORTED: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
  • MINIMUM MEMORY: 1 GB (32 Bit) / 2 GB (64 Bit)
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Microsoft Office remains the mightiest productivity suite you can get


Microsoft Office remains the mightiest productivity suite you can get, with strong collaboration features added in the latest version. Users of Office 2013 won't need any retraining, and new features are slotted smoothly in with the old.


World's most powerful office suite.

Upgraded with the smoothest collaboration features anywhere.

Minimal interface changes from 2013 version.

Monthly updates with new features for Office 365 subscribers.

Consistent interface on all platforms, desktop and mobile.


Little-used features that were awkward in past versions still aren't fixed.

Traditional standalone copies won't get the same updates that Office 365 subscribers will get automatically.

Edward Mendelson / | UK | May 2021

Office finally catches up with Google Docs. Well, sort of...

Adds long-awaited real-time collaboration features (in some parts of the suite at least); Retains consistent user experience

Most new features are only relevant to Office 365 users

Microsoft Office 2016 doesn't look very different to Office 2013, with its use of solid colours and Ribbon bars that are almost entirely unchanged. Instead, the focus is on incremental improvements that primarily focus on the ubiquitous office suite's cloud-based features. We're fans of Office 2013's interface, so it's certainly welcome to see that Microsoft hasn't tried to fix anything that isn't broken.

K.G. Orphanides / | UK | May 2021

Microsoft Office 2016: Full-featured, industry-standard, & does what you need it to!

Use Cases and Deployment Scope

Our entire office uses the Microsoft Office 2016 suite on a daily basis as follows:

Outlook for all internal and a considerable amount of external communication

Word to create internal & external documentation

Excel to view, edit and manipulate data files, as well as other administrative tasks

Access to edit and manipulate data and prepare large amounts of data for import into our software

The four departments in our company use various applications from Microsoft Office 2016 daily for a variety of tasks.

Pros and Cons

Provide industry-standard software to create & edit the most common file types

Create visually appealing newsletters & documents

Maintain consistency across different tasks & projects

Create documents that are universally usable by nearly all computer users

It's sometimes too "idiot-proof". It tries to do everything for you, even if you don't want it done; e.g. Excel has an issue where it likes to trim leading zeros, which is seldom convenient.

Some new features are available only in the online version (Office 365); e.g. some productivity plugins for Outlook.

Locks files for use; kind of like point #1. Often, it would be nice to keep a file open while using it in another application, especially when the other application is only reading and not editing.

Jacob Wall / | Senior Technical Writer / Client Services | May 2021

Still the best office suite going


Still the best office suite going

Few major changes means everything's familiar

Real-time collaboration in Word is useful


Sharing options restricted to One Drive

No major updates for average user

Real-time collaboration still behind online tools

Edward Chester / | November 6, 2015 5:02 pm GMT | May 2021

Easy to use

I'm old so prefer the easier older versions of office. Although I came from 2010 I picked the basics up very quickly and support was amazing.

Sophie x | Shrewsbury UK | January 2023

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