So, what’s new? For Word, new additions include: • Text-to-speech • Improved inking & accessibility • Focus mode • Translator • Learning tools (captions & audio descriptions) • Black theme • @ Mentions
We’ve been testing text-to-speech in several languages across the office (English, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch) and were surprised at how good it was narrating in all of them. Including picking out excerpts in a second language. When we tested Portuguese with an English excerpt in the middle, the narration flowed seamlessly between them. We’ve also tested the translation for a couple of languages and while not perfect (it certainly can’t correctly translate genders from English to Portuguese, for instance), it’s leaps and bounds ahead of your regular Web Translation.
PowerPoint now boasts: • Zoom capabilities for the ordering of slides within presentations • Morph transition feature • Ability to insert and manage Icons, SVG, and 3D models • Improved roaming pencil case
Excel comes with: • Funnel charts, 2D maps, and timelines • New Excel functions and connectors • Ability to publish Excel to PowerBI • PowerPivot enhancements • PowerQuery enhancements • @ Mentions For Co-Authoring, new Data Types like Stocks, and some other new features, you need to also have an Office 365 subscription.
Outlook now has: • Updated contact cards • Office 365 Groups (requires Exchange Online) • @mentions • Focused inbox • Travel and delivery summary cards
In OneNote, the desktop app has been replaced by OneNote for Windows 10
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