Office 2016 for touch is still somewhat of a mystery among Microsoft fans eagerly waiting for the company to release a touch-friendly version of the popular Office productivity suite. We’ve seen a number of builds from the desktop side of Office 2016 leak, however Microsoft has kept relatively quiet on the touch side of things.
Obviously, these preview apps are not final, meaning they do not represent the final product and are a little rough around the edges. Each app is full with features and functions which you can find on the desktop version, however not all features are included in this early build. The touch suite of apps is aimed more at tablets and low-end devices, however normal Office users who need to get work done will not have a problem with these apps.
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