Transitioning to Microsoft Office 2016

on December 26, 2016

Since Microsoft Office 2016 was released last year, Cistel has had a lot of clients asking for help deploying it either alone, as part of a Microsoft Office 365 migration, or as part of a Windows 10 deployment. Cistel has also had a lot of users asking for help making the transition to Office 2016 from previous versions.

This video highlights some of the new features and changes in Microsoft Office 2016, including:

  • The Ribbon
  • The File Tab
  • The Share button

Not only does this video go over new features, but it also walks users through some of the tasks commonly used in Office 2016, specifically Word 2016. The tasks this video include:

  • Creating a document
  • Editing a document
  • Paste Preview
  • Saving a document
  • Opening a document
  • Sending a document as an attachment
  • Printing a document

I hope you find this video useful and informative when you are upgrading to Microsoft Office 2016. You can find more videos on a range of topics on our YouTube Channel.

By Colin Smith

Colin Smith is the Manager of the Microsoft Solutions Practice at Cistel Technology Inc. , a Microsoft Gold Partner headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. Colin is a frequent author and presenter. He is also a dual Microsoft MVP.  He is an MVP for Enterprise Mobility (formerly System Center Configuration Manager) who has been working with the product since SMS version 1.0. He is also a MVP for Windows and Devices for IT. He has over 20 years of experience deploying Microsoft-based solutions for the private and public sector with a focus on mobile, desktop, cloud and data center management.

Colin SmithTransitioning to Microsoft Office 2016