Microsoft Office 2016 is a suite of productivity software installed on College-owned computers.
- Series: Microsoft Office at Wheaton College >>
- Understanding the Changes in Office 2016 >>
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Current students, faculty, and staff can install Microsoft Office to personally-owned computers and mobile devices at no additional cost.
Access stores information for reference, reporting, and analysis, allowing you to organize and present large amounts of data easily. >>
Excel is used for recording and analyzing data in spreadsheets using tables, charts, and formulas. >>
OneNote is used for creating, storing, and organizing notes that are stored in the cloud. >>
Outlook is used for managing your email, contacts, calendar, and tasks in one easy-to-navigate program. >>
PowerPoint is used for designing multi-media presentations to display using a projection system or computer. >>
Word is a full-featured word processing program that easily integrates with Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. >>