Office for macOS has got animated GIF support, new Excel Sheet View, more

Microsoft has updated the Slow Ring of Office on macOS, bringing a number of new features to Insiders, including a new for Excel sheets, animated GIF support in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and several other new features.

Office for Mac Insider Slow Version 16.39 (Build 20070502) includes the following key changes.

Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Play animated GIFs

Animated GIFs now play in Office. Try inserting a GIF and watch your document come to life. New ways to express yourself are now at your fingertips.

Excel

Introducing Sheet View

Create your own views while collaborating with others in Excel, so you can filter and sort without disrupting what others see.

Learn more >

Personalized data labels

You can now use values from cells as the labels on your chart data.

How it works

1. Add data labels to a chart.

2. Double-click a data label to open the format pane.

3. Click the Label Options tab in the format pane.

4. Check the box for Use values from cells.

Learn more >

RN MAC Image One 768x903

Introducing the LET function

Improve performance, readability, and composability with the LET function. This function allows you to create named variables in new or pre-existing formulas.

Learn more >

PowerPoint

Add your own audio easily

Quickly add your own audio to PowerPoint presentations. This update makes it easier to record audio and insert it to your slide. The new experience works within a pane. We no longer require you to name your audio file.

RN MAC Image Two

Outlook

Improved security for Outlook accounts

Security improvements mean you no longer need to set an app password when two-step verification is enabled for your Outlook account.


Source: Microsoft

Advertisment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *