Microsoft has released the final version of Office 2016 and is now available for download. The new version of Office 2016 comes with new features and also improvements to existing version. Office has been one of the most productivity tools from Microsoft and the company has been improving on the features with each build.
There are new features in each of the Office apps including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote and more. Office 2016 is available as a part of Office 365 subscription or you can also buy it with a one time payment.
We have already covered the different version of Office 2016 and also the the features comparison along with the pricing.
Now, if you are an existing Office 2013 user, the biggest question or doubt will be Can I upgrade to Office 2016?
If you bought and installed Office 2013 as a one-time purchase, there’s NO upgrade option. You’ll need to purchase an Office 365 subscription or one of the Office 2016 suite of products, such as Office 2016 Home and Student.
If you are an existing Office 2013 user with an active Office 365 Subscription, you can log in to your account and download the latest Office 2016. Here are the steps to do it.