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Microsoft Office 2016 is the familiar suite of Office products including applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for use on a single PC or Mac. The Office 2016 package is a one-time purchase. The applications are not automatically updated; to get the latest version, you must purchase Office again when the new version becomes available.MS Office for EVERY officeMy company currently uses MS Office 2016 in select departments. Currently, all accounting and accounts payable employees use this version exclusively. We have found this to be beneficial for performing various functions on a daily basis, including the creation and manipulation of Excel spreadsheets, MS Outlook email, and calendars, creating PowerPoint presentations and Word documents. We use Excel frequently as this program allows us to perform numerous functions, including formulas, pivot tables, macros and v-lookups that we need in our daily invoice entries, journal entries and our weekly and monthly reports.,Excel pivot tables: We have to use these daily to allocate expenses charged on one invoice across 23 different companies. The speed and accuracy of this function is excellent in MS Excel 2016, calculating every line completely accurately. Outlook calendar: I love that we are able to create numerous calendars that can be shared with select users. I have a part-time employee who is on a flexible schedule and she and I can update her daily schedule and share it with my supervisor so everyone knows when and where this employee will be on a daily basis. Outlook calendar/meeting creation: This function in Outlook is wonderful and easy to use. I am able to schedule a meeting, select participants, select meeting area and give details regarding purpose and am able to attach necessary documents pertaining to the meeting.,MS Word: I don't like the factory defaults created my Microsoft. I've spent a good amount of time "fine tuning" everything from spacing, margins, tabs and bullet points. Ideally the program should easily allow the user to reset and save these default preferences, but I have yet to discover a way to do this. MS Word: I am not a fan of the offered templates. They tend to be confusing and are not easy to modify. MS Outlook: Searching within the program for a particular topic or name results in a very large return, especially if the search item is vague or incomplete. It would be nice if this program easily allowed a "wild card" search or allowed for multiple definers in the search bar.,9,We are able to produce highly usable reports for our Executive team and investors allowing them to easily view our expenses and revenue. We are able to create beautiful, clear and easily understandable presentations for a varied audience allowing the company to showcase presentations that are memorable and entertaining. We are able to easily identify and eliminate SPAM and junk email, greatly reducing the probability of malicious attacks and harmful intent.,,5Microsoft Office 2016 ReviewMicrosoft Office 2016 is a standard application that we utilize at our institute. We use it for both PC and Mac platforms and is a staple that fits our document editing and creation needs.,Works well with other Office versions of documents Integrates well with Mac & PC Operating Systems Many Tools for Word, Excel and Powerpoint,Some features from the previous versions of PowerPoint were removed causing a little pain with some of our power users The sign in feature can become annoying each time you launch a product The licensing feature sometimes loses its registration, therefore, you receive a message from time to time that your product is unregistered,8,The product is a staple, so it definitely increases employee productivity. Licensing and cost remain the top issue. We are constantly battling Microsoft to maintain our "Non-Profit" Status. The cost has made us very strict with deployments. Users that request the software can get an installation and others can use Google Sheets, Docs & Slides.,Google Drive,7,Google Drive,200,200,Scheduling Meetings with Calendar Email Documentation and Collaboration,n/a n/a n/a,Online Collaboration of documents Use in virtual desktops,8,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation Prior Experience with the Product,I wouldn't change my process, the tool is pretty straight-forward and easy to use.,No,No,N/A,Using Word and the tools are very easy to use Using PowerPoint and the tools are very easy to use Using Excel and the tools are very easy to use,Finding some tools within Word as features have been removed or moved to different menus. Finding some tools within PowerPoint as features have been removed or moved to different menus. Finding some tools within Excel as features have been removed or moved to different menus.,8,No,Make use of the latest tools Stay inline with Industry standard software Take advantage of Integration tools,More online collaboration tools Easy installations,No,NoExcellent all round office application!Office 2016 is used across the entire organization to allow the sharing of spreadsheets, documents and projects. It allows real time edits to be made and allows us to effectively communicate via email through outlook. Outlook is used in conjunction with exchange to also utilize calendars and sharing of events and meetings.,Sharing of information between users quickly Easy to use with a very simple interface excellent pricing for our needs,New releases tend to be buggy. Support can be a little difficult. Major changes to interface can be confusing when it happens.,10,Impact has been positive due to time saved Money has been saved due to not needing any other applications training time has been reduced since most everyone is familiar with the software,LibreOffice,7,LibreOffice, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Access, EndNote, OneDrive, Box,8000,10,Used daily for email Used daily for spreadsheet generation Used daily for document creation and editing,We have extensively used the sharing and peer editing functions more extensively than expected.,We are constantly exploring new ways to use existing software and currently have no current insight into how else we may use this software as we have very specific needs.,10As robust as you can imagine, comprehensive office tool for your needsMicrosoft Office is the No.1 tool for our office needs. It is being used for the entire organization including all the departments we are working with. Previously, we were using MS Office 2013 and 2 years ago it was upgraded to Office 2016. As we are working in the office, 60-70% of our daily work is being managed by the MS Office products. I'm using MS PowerPoint, Word, Excel and OneNote on daily basis, and Access from time to time. We manage mail with MS Outlook, documents by MS Excel, presentations by MS PowerPoint, data sheets and graphics in MS Excel and databases in MS Access.,Excellent mail, meeting and contacts management with MS Outlook. Calculation, graphics, analytics and data management is properly and efficiently done by Excel. Good level management of presentations by MS Powerpoint. Good documentation control and management with MS Word. Capability to save documents as .pdf files or use MS virtual .pdf printer feature.,Instant crash issues with MS Office 2016. Difficulty to operate (freeze during sending mail, etc.) while operating large mail databases in MS Outlook. Room for improvement with the analysis toolpak. Compatibility of the files with other Office software.,9,Increase in work efficiency due to the common usage of MS Office 2016 products (file compatibility). Reduced costs due to using MS Office family only (do not need to purchase or use other Office tools). Robustness due to the proper operation of the software.,LibreOffice, Apache OpenOffice and WPS Office,8,MS SharePointThe product you use, the product you knowOriginally we were using Microsoft Office 2016 on an individual basis with the core being our Outlook usage mapped over a Gmail email client. As of late, we've switched to an enterprise-level with all Microsoft functionality to better handle our e-mail client needs, rather than run across two separate platforms.,Cross-functional with the entire Microsoft Suite. Wide user-base across both Mac and PC. Seamless when switching from desktop to mobile.,More 3rd party cross-functionality. Declutter and streamline Outlook. Revisit the PowerPoint layout and options.,9,Easy workflow. Bit of a learning curve for basic use. Cross-platform functionality.,,8Office is a useful software, but the pricing should be considered.Microsoft Office is one of the most essential software in our organization. I mostly use MS Word for copywriting purposes, be that writing a simple article for our company's official blog or crafting social media posts. Other than Word, there are many more products from this software bundle we use daily in our organization. For example, Our accountant uses Excel to maintain accounts and create various reports. PowerPoint is being used for presentations in almost all departments. Outlook is a pretty handy tool to have a track on emails without leaving the main workflow, so it's installed on almost every PC in our company. The main problem that a copywriter like me faces is proofreading and formatting. Grammatical errors and bad formatting can ruin any marketing campaign. And I resolve this issue with Word. OneNote is a pretty useful tool too. It helps me pen down ideas and information that otherwise would have been forgotten.,Word is the best software to create documents or textual content to date. It is full of features which allow formatting write-ups pretty easily. PowerPoint is amazing for making slide shows for meetings or while discussing project roadmaps. One can easily present ideas accurately in the form of slides. Excel makes managing accounts really easy and error free. Besides that it helps employees make various reports such as expenses, sales etc. The graphical representation of the numbers, allow other non technical members understand them. It is pretty annoying to open the browser again and again to check emails. With Outlook I don't have to do that anymore. It helps to organize emails and keep it distraction-free. Most of all, the speed Office offers is unmatchable. The products in this software bundle work without lagging even in a below-average PC.,The price is too high. There are a lot of PCs in the organization. Licensing each PC costs us a lot. Microsoft should reconsider their pricing. Sometimes one needs a distraction free platform to write stuff. Word is jam-packed with a lot of options that is not needed by everyone. So an option to remove most features and provide a minimal editor should be added. The proofreading system of Word is not the greatest in the market. Yes, it detects spelling mistakes and basic grammatical mistakes. But some major errors are always left undetected most of the time. I have to use an additional proofreading software to properly curate a piece of content. Excel is a complex software and requires serious training. There are lots of formulas in Excel but aren't mentioned in the software itself. Hence making it user friend will help a lot of slow learning users.,9,Online marketing is the only form of marketing our organization uses. And as a copywriter in my organization, I am responsible for all the blog posts, social media posts, and advertising content that the company publishes. So basically, marketing depends a lot on my write-ups. Word has really helped me with writing well-curated, nicely formatted content for the marketing campaigns. Considering the number of clients my organization has attracted (through online marketing only) over the last few months, I can assume the ROI is pretty good. Managing various expenses, client information, selling reports, employee accounts etc., would have been a disaster if we didn't have Excel. The only negative impact has been the pricing. Though we use most of the Office in our organization, there are a lot of technical products such as the Adobe bundle, JetBrains bundle etc., that we must use. Other than Word, none other Office products are actively needed to our main work functions. So being a small business it negatively impacts our budget.,LibreOffice,8,Hootsuite, Evernote, Adobe Photoshop, WordPress, Atom, Notepad++Best office toolMicrosoft Office 2016 is being used by our whole company. We prepare Word reports using extensive information about our work, and process cases based on a large number of documents. We also use Excel to create large forms and present our ideas in PowerPoint. Sharing documents and reports is really easy. You can even share folders within the entire company. In fact, my organization works across the entire Microsoft Office suite.,It allows you to do your job with ease on any device, anywhere, any time. Integrates desktop applications, servers and services for all operating systems.,I don't have any dislikes.,10,10Office 2016 Is Just FineWe use Office 2016 across the entire organization. We are able to have all people trained on the same tool, making our training and implementation of business software streamlined and this eliminates the issue of how to convert/integrate different files/systems. It also provides ease of use due to the consistency of the functions/features across the products.,The only new feature that we use that I am aware of is One Note sharing. One Note has really increased in popularity, and this is a good feature. For Office in general, the ability to integrate so many software products with Outlook has also been a big benefit.,I find the recover files aspect to be very confusing. It is difficult to know whether you want to recover a file or not. Perhaps they could do something to highlight the differences. With Office 2016 there seem to be times that I go to a folder to save, and end up overwriting a whole different document/file. This has happened a number of times, and I believe it occurs when you are changing folders, and for some reason, it defaults you into an existing file.,9,The cost of the software is high but is counterbalanced by being universal, as most employees are familiar with it upon hire. The ability to have people already familiar with hiring, plus one set of training courses, enables us to focus on our business objectives instead of learning to use tools.,8,ZenHub, SlackComplete and powerful office suiteMicrosoft Office 2016 was being used by our entire organization. It is a complete suite for business, it includes several tools for financial planning, financial analysis, presentations, writing texts, scheduling meetings, scheduling appointments, sending and receiving emails. It offers all of this using its tools: Microsoft Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Teams.,All in one office solution. Gives you everything you need in one single suite. Excel is a powerful tool for finance analysis and spreadsheet automation. Communicating via e-mail and scheduling meeting with Outlook is really easy. With Microsoft PowerPoint you can make your own presentations.,Microsoft PowerPoint could have a wider variety of pre-made presentations. When using Excel/VBA programming you need to be a power user. You need expertise. Sometimes Excel can be annoying, sometimes it crashes out of the blue.,9,Enhanced decision making. With VBA you can automate a wide variety of repetitive processes, making them really fast. Quick meeting scheduling.,Microsoft Office 365,Microsoft 365 Business, Microsoft TeamsMicrosoft Office is UniversalMicrosoft Office 2016 is used company-wide. It is the main software program used for data, finance, comp, as well as a variety of other areas including meetings. We would not function as smoothly without it.,Universally used so it makes sharing and working with other teams and organizations seamless. Easy to learn. There is plenty of information and resources out there to increase your knowledge and use of the product, At the price, there aren't other programs out there that work as well.,Increase data with Excel. More easily compatible with Mac Updated features in Powerpoint.,9,It can be used companywide at a lower cost. Bridges gaps in tech so we don't have to invest in different software. It doesn't provide all the data analytics tools we need.,Smartsheet,7,Ceridian Dayforce, Smartsheet, DocuSign,Email Microsoft word documents,Formatting of documents Editing and formatting powerpoints,8Couldn't do without it!Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and to some extent, Publisher are used on a daily basis at our school by the vast majority of the staff members (teachers and secretaries). Study guides, summaries, worksheets etc are made using Word, slideshow presentations on various topics are made on powerpoint, exam marks are captured and collated using excel and the "Mailings" function in Publisher is used to import these marks into professionally made reports.,Easy to use - There is also a lot of instructional material on the web that can be found to further assist. The programs are extremely functional and there are so many different functions available. Almost anything can be done.,None - I am very happy with Microsoft Office.,8,Staff can now create documents that are professional in appearance. Excel means that the collation of marks and test scores can now be done quickly and easily - saving a lot of time and stress for the teachers. Pupils are able to use Excel to help them with mathematical concepts (formulas and graph making).,,6,Adobe Acrobat DC, Google Classroom, Dropbox, SkypeIt's Your All-In-One Office SolutionMicrosoft Office is probably some of the most used software on the planet. I remember I started using it back when I was in high school. So, what makes it so great? Or better yet, why should you use it? Well, there are so many reasons why. For one, Microsoft Office Suite is feature-packed with necessary office tools. With it, you can create, edit, and save Word documents, Excel sheets, PowerPoint presentations, notes, projects, publications, access databases and so much more. It's simply all the best office programs wrapped into one. At some point, everyone has used - or will use - a Microsoft office program file. It's not too late to start using this impressive suite.,It's endowed with tons of features and functionalities. The Office Suite programs all come with a user-friendly and easy-to-understand interface. It supports multiple file formats. Microsoft office offers all the necessary tools to fully customize a file to meet your or your company's preferences and needs. It has tons of beautiful and relevant templates that are free to use. Customer support is great.,The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite isn't lightweight and may not be ideal for anyone using a device with low RAM memory. Sometimes the frequent updates can be annoying. Buying the whole Suite doesn't necessarily mean that you'll use all the programs in it. And that seems to be a bit of a waste since you are paying for all the programs. Microsoft Outlook needs a lot of work in order to compete with other mailing applications on the market.,8,The amount of work you can do using Microsoft Office 2016 is well worth its price. I've been using it for quite some time and can sincerely say that it offers me and my company great value for our money.,,G Suite, Adobe Acrobat DCLast Office standing? New editions may be less popular.Microsoft Office is used by my company almost every day. I have lots of budgeting and finances done in Excel, I also use it for data management of my clients and part time workers. Also I used it to do keyword research for marketing purposes. Anything that is 'data' I put in Excel and manage it or track it. Couldn't live without spreadsheets. Word is used less frequently, but sometimes I have to edit some of the documents or create PDFs and it's useful for that. PowerPoint once in a while.,Excel can be a lot of things. I use it for clients data management, brainstorming of ideas, managing finances and for scripts that pick up data from other files. Lots of calculations as well. Word is all you need for creating written documents and exporting to PDF if needed. For years it did the job for me for writing and editing documents, and I didn't have to look elsewhere. Even created books in it which have been published in paper. PowerPoint is all you need for presentations, split the screen with a projector and you are done.,MS Office pricing model was great, now it is hard to get now in OEM. Usually the 365 version is offered which is a subscription. Monthly or yearly fees is something I don't like. For a newbie, Excel could be an overwhelm, I think a simplified UI set could be an option to choose from the start. Once again, the pricing model for new editions isn't something that's popular amongst long term users.,7,Microsoft Office 2016 saves me a lot of time daily. I have functions and macros set up that calculate and show me a lot of things just from a couple of my inputs. This would take full days sometimes if not for that. Apart from time, it saves me money, I manage data in Excel, I don't have to buy software specifically for that. Sooner or later my company will have to switch to new edition, which will hurt revenues because of a subscription model.,LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice,8,Avast Business Antivirus, EclipseGreat value for individual use and small-team collaborative workI use Microsoft Office on a daily basis for individual and collaborative work. The software within the bundle that I use the most are: Word, Excel, Powerpoint; I rarely use OneNote; and, I do not use Outlook. The software is used by the entire team that I work with. As a team, the software allows us to work on shared documents with all the tools that the software allows. I've organized events working on a single document and or spreadsheet. In addition, OneDrive allows each team member individual storage and cloud sharing abilities.,Word: Great for editing texts both individually and collaboratively. Excel: I have not found a better solution than excel for working spreadsheets. Google sheets is quite good, but has various limitations to what can be done. In addition, the web experience does not compare to the actual software on the computer. Portability: accessing documents and software on laptop and mobile devices is constantly improving.,Adaptability of the bundle: there are tools that are included in the package (OneNote and Outlook) that we do not use. Would be great that users can chose one or two optional software options. Same Mac and PC functionality. Experience working with the software on a PC and on a Mac varies beyond the usual differences between one platform and the other.,9,Great. Value for the money is optimal. No negative impact,LibreOffice and Google Drive,9,Adobe Acrobat DC, Dropbox, Google DriveMicrosoft - the leader for a [good] reason.The entire suite is our go to for all things business. Excel for spreadsheets & invoices, Word for memos and daily tasks, Publisher for all things marketing, and PowerPoint for all our boring presentation needs. Outlook is a personal preference across the company for email solutions, some people like it some don't.,Ease of use Entire suite of tools for every business need,One Drive doesn't compare to Dropbox Random crash issue (not often, but always at the worst time),9,Only positive - Microsoft is the leader, no software can equate or replace their Office suite and we would be dead in the water without it.,Microsoft Office 365, EndNote and Notepad++,2,TeamViewer, ConnectWise Control (formerly ScreenConnect), Google Ads (formerly AdWords)Microsoft Office offers plenty of workplace solutionsMicrosoft Office 2016 is used across the whole organization. The business problems it addresses are organization, document creating and reporting. We use every program all day for its multi-use tools.,Updates regularly Easy to use Compatible with all devices (Apple + PC) Programs are taught in school so many people know how to use it,Mobile friendly format for quick guides Updates are expensive Support is okay, but not the best from personal experience,9,Many skilled people use the tools The organization has been a huge help with Excel and OneNote,,8,OneNote, Microsoft Exchange, Adobe Acrobat DCOffice 2016 -- Simply the Best Office Suite on the MarketMicrosoft Office 2016 is used across the organization. The primary applications used in the Microsoft Office suite are Outlook, Word, and Excel. Outlook is the client application used to connect to our Exchange server and for the following abilities: communicating via email; maintaining user contact information; managing personal and departmental calendars; booking of resources including conference rooms; and keeping track of tasks.,OneNote in Office 2016 allows you to store notebooks locally and is an invaluable resource for keeping track of individual tasks and for collaborating across departments and the org. Excel is still Office's workhorse application. There is some improved interaction with PowerPivot. Outlook provides a good, central interface for managing email communication and calendars.,It is difficult for users to initiate a separate instance of Excel, which is important when someone wants to open two files with the same name or when a file might crash Excel. The method for opening a separate instance is difficult to remember (right-click and select Excel 2016 while holding down Alt+X). PowerPivot integration is improved, but most users still don't know how to leverage it to their benefit. Excel 2016 lacks the new XLOOKUP function.,10,Microsoft Office is the central collaboration tool for our organization. Microsoft Office improves our ability to work together by providing a common platform. Microsoft Office flattens the learning curve by providing a similar user experience across a variety of applications--Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, etc.,G Suite and Apache OpenOffice,8,Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Visual Studio Code, SQL Server Integration ServicesOffice 2016 is unrivaled, even unrivaled by MS Online.MS Office 2016 is a great tool. Unrivaled by its power, it is complemented nicely by Office Online tools.,Word Processing Spreadsheets Databases,Publisher, why is it not being developed like the other office tools?,9,No enterprise environment could be without Office.,LibreOffice,10Best Productivity ToolMicrosoft Office 2016 is a well known service. Almost every organization is using those applications that is provided by Microsoft Office. I also personally and organizationally use Microsoft Office products. Basically we are using Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point Software which are the main product/applications of Microsoft Office 2016. All the documents that are stored for future that are documented by Microsoft Word. In presentations and press meetings we are use Microsoft Power Point for making slides. Every department of my organization regularly uses Microsoft Office. Lastly I want to say that an organization is incomplete without Microsoft Office and it is most necessary for every company.,Microsoft Word: Best for composing and formatting any kinds of documents. There are so many advanced features in Microsoft word that's really helpful. Formatting - in general, easier on MS Word plus have a lot more options than other software (everything from table of contents, styling, cover pages, page numbering etc. are much more feature rich and capable than other software). Microsoft Excel: I think this is the best software from Microsoft Office 2016. I love using MS Excel. I use it for very simple to very complex things, but it is not a database. This software contains multiple worksheets and this can link between in same file or other files. It can perform great calculations. Microsoft PowerPoint : If you want to make a formal presentation, one of the best supportive tools you can use to create visuals for those attending is Microsoft PowerPoint. It can be found in Microsoft Office 2016 for both personal and business use.,There should be more purchase choices available for Microsoft Office 2016. If new types of charts are updated into Microsoft Excel then it would be more helpful for its users. Microsoft Outlook is a bit confusing to set up and use because of its numerous options.,9,Perhaps the biggest benefit that more recent versions of Office and the Office 365 platform usher in for business users has to do with how it embraces the cloud-based world in which we now live. Data created and stored online, Office is now accessible from any computer on the planet with an active Internet connection. This allows employees to be just as productive at home (or in an airport lounge, or in a local coffee shop) as they could be if they were sitting in front of a computer in their office. Along the same lines, another massive benefit of Microsoft Office for business has to do with the way it allows its users to embrace mobile computing. As most of the modern day smartphones that millions of people carry around with them are literally more powerful than the shuttles that sent men to the moon in the 1960s, it makes sense that a solution would come along to allow them to leverage that power to their advantage. Microsoft Office lets users create documents from any device, anywhere, with no exceptions. Modern day versions of Microsoft Office also unlock the power of collaboration at the business level. It offers a wide range of different tools that make it easy for multiple employees to all work on the same files from separate computers. Office 365 also includes calendaring, contacts, online meeting and other functionality designed to make it easier than ever to collaborate with people OUTSIDE a business as well. A business user and their own client can remotely collaborate on the same files at the same time, making it easier to meet demands and exceed expectations across the board. If your business has a lot of data. To the point where it can become difficult to deal with and cope. Microsoft can take the burden off by helping to manage the security aspects. However, some businesses might not be comfortable with this as understandably, they’d want their data controlled by their own employees rather than surrendering it to an external company. Microsoft have strict safety and management regulations in place to help protect your information, as well as the security features. However, these regulations may interfere with your business’s daily activities (for example, preventing particular types of files from being imported). If that is the case, certain Office 365 plans, such as the Enterprise plan, allow you to control your own data.,G Suite,G Suite, Zoho Projects, Zoho ReportsSame as it ever wasMicrosoft Word is used by me and several of my team members daily. It goes without saying that Microsoft Word is an effective and simple word processing software that helps us create and edit documents as needed. Using Microsoft Word is almost as natural as walking as it is the platform that most of us were raised using as kids.,Customization - I am able to make my documents and text look exactly how I want them to Compatibility - I can access Microsoft Word almost anywhere and I can save documents however I need to,Too many options - There are so many features and settings it can be difficult to find what you want,9,It has made much of my work possible. It would be impossible to quantify the impact, but I could not do my job without it.Microsoft Office 2016 to Infinity & BeyondWe are currently using Excel 2016 to track and evaluate weekly project performance through the collection of performance data and evaluating the data through the compilation of metrics and charts/graphs. We use Power Query for the engagement of different sets of data and to automate the updating of the performance metrics and graphs.Word is used to create/distribute processes and procedures. PowerPoint is used to create meeting briefs and of course Outlook for day to day communications and then I personally use OneNote for the compilation of general notes and information. We are currently migrating to O365 where we hope to tap into the many collaborative features that come with O365 and the SharePoint environment.,Power Query (now known as "Get & Transform" under the Data tab in Excel 2016) and Power Pivot greatly enhance data engagement and removes many of the limitations previously found in Excel regarding the size of data the user could engage with. The interfaces in both Power Query and Power Pivot are really intuitive and one could find themselves quickly putting together data automation with little to no coding knowledge. If you haven't heard of Power Query (like the many people that say Excel is obsolete) please YouTube it...It's great!!!! The addition of the Power Query add-in makes Excel a real game changer. I'm really appreciating the direction I see Microsoft heading with their latest product offerings. It's more team-centric with focus placed on collaborating with multiple stakeholders. Especially when you find yourself in the cloud and working with O365. Portability, I enjoy being able to engage my files regardless the platform I may find my self on; tablet, pc, laptop or smartphone. The wealth of free training material available from Microsoft is a big plus. I've never found myself engaging an issue where the answer wasn't just a web search away.,I would like to see Power BI desktop to be made a part of the Office Suite.,10,So far the introduction of Office 2016 has been positive with additional opportunities for the product to be further leveraged in other business areas.,Microsoft Power BI, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project Server, MS SharePoint, PowerApps,8000Microsoft Office Just Works, So I Can Just WorkI use Microsoft Office 2016 for composition, everything from blog posts and web articles to ebooks and print materials. I use Access to keep track of clients, projects, and payments. I use Excel for data analysis. I use PowerPoint for occasional slideshow presentations. Previously, I was using free alternatives, which I found to be less than stable and sometimes incompatible with my clients' needs. Microsoft Office 2016 is a solid product with exceptional documentation and support communities.,Microsoft Office 2016 is exceptionally stable, which means I'm not fighting with updates and incompatible programs. Office documents are universally-accepted around the world, and converters and emulators just don't do the job quite right. Office runs offline, which means I don't have to worry about connectivity issues working with an online-only program. Office (Excel and Word) works on Android, so I can review and edit documents on the go.,The subscription model is kinda disappointing, but everyone seems to be doing it, so I guess I can't complain.,8,Alternatives often had me wasting time looking for solutions or learning things again. Office minimizes wasted time. Subscription model means Office is always updated, so I don't have to shop for software packages every year or every version. Universal compatibility had eliminated previous problems I had with clients' documents and presentations. Great community and tech support for when I can't figure things out on my own.,Apache OpenOffice and Google Drive,Google Drive, Todoist, Toggl, QuickBooks Self-Employed, Skype, Slack, UberConference, Upwork, WixVBA is the Power Behind the Curtain in Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft Office is used across the company. It's everywhere.,VBA is the Power Behind the Curtain in Microsoft Office It’s fun to criticize Microsoft Office tools as complex and hard to control. Beginners are daunted by the feature set, and experienced users still find certain features to be perplexing. It’s true that in some cases, a special-purpose, non-Microsoft tool might better suit your needs. But think of Office as a huge toolset that is jammed with untapped features, and the more you know about them, the more you’ll appreciate and rely on them for sophisticated solutions. The most significant untapped feature of every Office app is the built-in, user-accessible programming language. It’s called VBA (Visual Basic for Applications). With a qualified programmer, VBA can manipulate the user interface features such as menus and toolbars, drive custom user forms and dialog boxes, import and export data to other Office and non-Office applications, and accomplish almost anything your brain can conceive. Just as it’s impossible to list everything that software can do, it’s impossible to list what VBA can do. Suffice to say that, if you see anyone at work perform the same task more than once, it’s worth investing in a VBA macro to perform that task for the rest of time. If you’re willing to invest in VBA macros, you’ll see that they create efficiencies that far outweigh or totally eliminate the frustration you may have had with an individual feature.,- -,10,An investment in VBA macros for Word, Excel, Access, or Powerpoint can automate a tedious or repetitive process. "Automated" implies the process is faster and more reliable than before.Office is the best tool for any business.Microsoft Office is used all across the organization in every department. Human resources uses Excel to create databases of personnel of the company and of resumes received; Word to write memorandums and notifications and Powerpoint to present indicators to the CEO. In engineering, we use Excel mostly for macro programming, automation of processes, and for mathematical calculations since it comes with several preprogrammed functions. We also use Microsoft Word to create documents for our clients and Powerpoint for visual representations.,Microsoft Excel is an excellent tool with all its pre-programmed tools and functions. Microsoft Words allows to create documents easily and it's the go-to tool for technical writing in engineering. Microsoft Powerpoint is really easy to master and creates excellent presentations, and since almost everybody uses Office all the presentations can be displayed at almost every computer. The ability to activate the developer option in almost all of Microsoft Office programs allows us to automate several of the tasks needed to do on a regular basis. The programs are really compatible. For example, creating different documents with Word by using Excel databases is really easy and consumes almost no time at all.,When automating processes with Microsoft Excel it sometimes need lots of processing power. If it was made somewhat lighter and the iterations faster it would be great. Powerpoint presentations can be a little bit rigid and the transitions could be smoother. Microsoft Word sometimes feels a little bit clunky, especially when working with titles and page breaks.,10,Almost all of the products required by our clients consist of Excel databases or programs, Word documents or Powerpoint presentations so it has allowed us to make great revenue. The fact that Office includes so many useful programs makes buying lots of software not needed. One could start a business just by having Microsoft Office.All about the OfficeIt is actually used throughout the Church for administrative duties but my outfit uses it to mainly project PowerPoint slides of songs and others during church service mostly. I use the other products as well a lot for your information: for reporting tasks, spreadsheet tasks, and so on. The Admin staff use it for their day to day activities like making weekly bulletins, and minutes preparation.,Presentations Spreadsheet tasks Documentations Browsing the Internet,Sometimes hang Sometimes hard to get help on a specific task you want accomplished There should be enhanced security of its browser,9,Speedy decision making because members are able to have the same report, easily read it and make input for final decisions. Streamlines activities and events.Unspecified
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Microsoft Office 2016
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September 10, 2019

MS Office for EVERY office

Score 9 out of 10
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This program is well suited for every office environment, large and small. There are numerous sub-programs that are necessary for most business departments and can be easily utilized with minimal skill. For highly defined presentations, reports or documents, the end-user would likely need greater training as some of the functions and modules are quite challenging and the online help menu is rather unaccommodating.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Works well with previous Office document versions but it could be overkill if your users only utilize one of the three apps. Due to the cost and licensing, we only deploy Office 2016 upon request of the user. Otherwise, they use Google Sheets, Docs & Slides.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Typically sharing word and excel documents that need to be edited on the fly has been a very useful feature for us. It allows these changes to be made in real time so other users can see and make changes of their own. EndNote integration with word is also a largely used feature which is very handy.
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Score 9 out of 10
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The main reasons we are using MS Office products are: it has very common usage in the market; therefore it increases work efficiency with internal and external customers. Secondly, the efficiency and robustness of the products cause users to face fewer issues. Thirdly, good support from Microsoft when you need it. Additionally, regularly released updates make the security high. Lastly, a variety of products in one Office family meets your needs.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Office 2016 resolves most of the basic needs.

  • If you're a content curator Word is great for you. But for serious writers it creates distractions. Also, proofreading is not up to the mark.
  • If you work in the corporate sector, PowerPoint is kind of a must need for your presentations.
  • Excel can help you create numeric reports, graphs or solve basic accounting issues. It can also help you manage basic ERP if you work in a small business or play around small numbers. But for big numbers, you have to switch to a better option as it all gets pretty messy and unmanageable.
  • The outlook is a good email client. But if your PC is low end, it might lag a bit.
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September 13, 2019

Office 2016 Is Just Fine

Score 9 out of 10
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Office 2016 is necassary for collaboration and being consistent with files used by other companies, which would typically be from Office. The only scenerio i see where it would be less appropriate would be for a very small, 1 or 2 person business, or an individual that does not need to share files or collaborate.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Microsoft Office 2016 is well suited for every organization that needs communication via E-mail. Outlook is a powerful tool for scheduling appointments and sending/receiving e-mails. Furthermore, you have Microsoft Excel, a complete tool for spreadsheet making, financial analysis, and for me it is a very good automation tool, using VBA programming, I can do several actions on my spreadsheets by the click of a button. Also, if you need a report, Word is useful for it.
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September 13, 2019

Couldn't do without it!

Score 8 out of 10
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Well Suited:
  • Getting students to either create a Word document (poster/letter/piece of writing/etc) is very easy using Word - knowing the basics can be taught very quickly.
  • Students are also able to quickly and easily grasp how to create their own slideshows to assist with presentations or orals.
  • Publisher is a tool that takes a little longer to grasp, but you are able to create amazing documents using it.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Simply put, Microsoft Office 2016 is well suited for school and office work. Students and office workers often use Microsoft Word to come up with office/research papers and documents, build interactive projects with databases, and use Excel to learn how to use spreadsheets in business. Any tasks that require typing, calculations, and presentations are a Microsoft Office 2016 type of task.
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Score 7 out of 10
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You can do it all in Microsoft Excel, like for example project management, however it will always lack features that software made specifically for project management have. However, in Office you can do a lot of the tasks and most of the people know how to use it (or can be teached) so it's always great for a starting point.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Well suited for:
a) Collaborative work
b) Additional services that are included with the software such as OneDrive
c) Individual work

Not well suited for:
a) Certain rigidness on the cloud services (for instance, encrypting files and working on them online).
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Score 9 out of 10
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Microsoft Office is great for most any business need. Every business should have this software. Word is perfect for letters, memos, or any other general need. PowerPoint is the leader when it comes to slide shows & presentations. Excel is the only software we will use for spreadsheets & graphing, it is also used for invoicing. (Having the entire workbook for calculations is easier and more reliable than a standard calculator). Publisher is great for designing marketing materials such as flyers, coupons, banners, etc. And Outlook is the leader when it comes to email. We have found Outlook to be a personal preference thing with employees though - younger employees typically don't like the software and find the gmail.com website easier to use.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Microsoft Office is best used on my team in finance for accounting problem-solving. We like to use formulas in Excel to provide the answers in data that we allocate for our multiple entities. Word has been a staple to the office package, and we like the tools that keep getting added to create a professional look to our documents.

We don't need it for more database scenarios since we work in healthcare, and because of HIPPA, we use other programs to manage sensitive patient data.
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Score 10 out of 10
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It has been and is still the main application suite for software office tools--such as a word processor, electronic spreadsheet, and presentation builder--in a Microsoft Windows environment that is already utilizing Exchange server on the back-end.
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Score 9 out of 10
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MS Office is the gold standard for office productivity tools. There is no free (or other paid solution) that has the same power as these tools. Including Microsoft Online, there is no tool that works as well or as much as Office 2016.
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ANISUL ISLAM VHASHA profile photo
October 30, 2018

Best Productivity Tool

Score 9 out of 10
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Microsoft Office 2016 is well suited for Real-time co-authoring, simplified document sharing, capability to send large files using OneDrive and Skype integration. I don’t personally see any downside or disadvantage of Microsoft Office 2016, other than its high cost for a license. There are some small issues that are bothering me like data security, email archiving and eDiscovery, email quotas and limitations.
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November 24, 2018

Same as it ever was

Score 9 out of 10
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Microsoft Office is well suited for creating documents and spreadsheets for work, school, entertainment, and everything in between. There is no limit to what you can create with this platform. I cannot think of a scenario in which it would not be appropriate.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Microsoft Office 2016 provides a complete toolset that will meet the needs of most office environments. When paired with Microsoft's cloud services the product really goes a long way to empowering the end user/team to become more efficient and engaged with the day to day business operations.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Honestly, Office seems to have everything covered, at least for what I use it for. Offices everywhere need it, from one-man-army to Fortune 500 companies. A home user on a personal computer might have less use for a paid Office subscription, though, because it's simply too powerful for writing the occasional letter or homework.
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Score 10 out of 10
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In spite of the small limitations I mention, Microsoft Office is the best tool for any business. Microsoft Excel alone works as a swiss army knife. It has so many options and functions that can make a simple spreadsheet work wonders. I can't seem to find any scenarios where it's less appropriate. Working as a developer with Excel is just great and having the ability to automate tedious repetitive work easily is the best.
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February 22, 2018

All about the Office

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If you want to make a presentation to a number of people, you shouldn't miss using ppt package for such tasks. I've the others and now Office 2016 and results have really paid out. It really simplifies things. Also for documentations, if you want to send out a report, Word comes in handy and you can add lots of features to your report to make it more appealing to read.
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About Microsoft Office 2016

Microsoft Office 2016 is the familiar suite of Office products including applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for use on a single PC or Mac. The Office 2016 package is a one-time purchase. The applications are not automatically updated; to get the latest version, you must purchase Office again when the new version becomes available.
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