Microsoft Updates Office with Support for Apple MacBook’s Touch Bar
Friday, 17 February 2017 Microsoft has released an update for its Office productivity suite that officially adds support for Apple’s new MacBook Pro Touch Bar feature, after the company previously introduced this functionality in preview form in early February. Starting today, Office can make full use of the Touch Bar to display controls that come in handy to Mac users when working with documents, and the productivity suite supports Word and PowerPoint for the time being, while Excel and Outlook will be added at a later time. Microsoft’s February updates for Office for Mac also includes a new object rotation slider that is displayed on the Touch Bar and which according to the software giant “provides a more intuitive and precise rotation experience.” How Office takes advantage of the Touch Bar Thanks to suppor...
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