I read somewhere it is releasing on Sep 22, looking forward to it.
Here is a link
I and others in the deleted program name have had a close association with the author of the post for more than 15 years and it just takes the wind out of my sails to know that she's gone once more.. . . de-emphasizing certain aspects of our pre-release programs and, unfortunately, this includes support for the (group name deleted) program. We are also discontinuinmg most all webcasts and other events for the Office 16 programs. My last day with MS will be next Friday, Sept. 4th. I will be closing this Yammer group next Thursday.
She was my PM for MSN, Vista and Windows 7 betas. Once Windows 7 RTM'd, Microsoft let a huge number of employees go and she was among them. She came back later with the Microsoft Office program, and now that she's done a fantastic job, she'll be gone again.
Way to go, Microsoft! Way to go!
Does the standard version of Microsoft Office come with Outlook installed? I am running the preview and I really like the way that Outlook performs compared to Office 2010 Professional that I have been using for the last few years. I really need Outlook and I don't want to spend a fortune just to get it.
It is, of course, the full Office Suite. It has different editions as always in Office suite, the Home & Student edition does not include Outlook as didn't its predecessor Office 2013 Home & Student, but other editions will have it.
The wording in the PC World article, "The Windows version of Microsoft Office 2016 appears to be less than a month away" does not mean it would be a special "light" version; it simple means that Windows version of Office 2016 will be released now compared to Office 2016 for Mac which was released already in July.
Both my .edu address and my work address, .org are using Office 365. My work offers 365 for my home computer (free as long as I am still there). I am not sure what 365 @ home is like, if it is like 365 to sign in to work for email etc, I think it is rather clunky. I currently have Office 7, 10 and 13 running at home, 2010 is my favorite. Tried 2016 trial on one of the insider builds, the one that lasted 2-3 days before the next build, and lost it... I did the HUP program, $20, for all my Offices.