Microsoft has announced the release of the latest Office 2016 update for Slow ring Office Insiders on Windows. September’s update brings the version number up to 16.0.7369.2017, and includes improvements like better PowerPoint recordings and a special “Ink Replay” feature that will let you rewind and replay ink strokes on a PowerPoint slide.
what’s new for Office Insider Slow ring users in this update:
If Someone Want to know the PowerPoint slides to see what is behind the ink, please click the picture > ink rerunning rewind and replay the ink strokes.This function can be used in accordance with the sequence of handwritten notes and drawing, review the step-by-step instructions, or see other people ‘s sign about the order of the slides.
In PowerPoint, you can add a recording tab to the Ribbon, creating a recorded slide, add to screen recording and insert video, sharing the contents of the record. If you want to remote to view a presentation on Docs.com. You can combine distance learning andto make your presentation more interactive, and change the recording pane of ink colors in the palette.
Built-in accessibility features
In Outlook, we have improved the keyboard and assistive technology to read e-mail messages or to arrange a meeting or add signatures.
New data conversion and connectivity enhancements
In Excel, Through adding to a parameter to the Query menu, or create a new query from the merge or append operation. You can also use the Web Connector to preview Web pages
In 2016 Office application, click the file > feedback tell us what you like or don’tlike, or provide us with new features
If you are inside the Office part of the slow loop, you should be able to pull down updates now. If you have the time to check out the new supplement, be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!