It’s a modest upgrade at best, as the programs are virtually identical to the 2013 versions, but it feels good to get the latest version for free, right?
When you click “Update Office” in the banner that appears in the Office programs, you’ll start a process that takes 10-30 minutes and is usually painless.
Outlook starts up normally but something doesn’t seem right. That’s called the “Folder Pane.” This is what Outlook looks like when the Folder Pane isn’t visible on the left.
Here’s the story of an odd Outlook 2016 bug that you might run into.
Microsoft has been urging everyone with an Office 365 license for the Office programs to update to Office 2016.
It also happens that three or four others in the office are having (soon to be past tense) the same problem.
In Outlook, one of the features that is very nice is the one where you can create a set of “favorite” folders.