Microsoft Office suite officially supports the 2016 Touch Bar MacBook Pro, users now use Word, Excel and PowerPoint, you will find that they have integrated support for the Touch Bar.
Last year's October conference Apple has announced that Microsoft's Office suite will support the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar.
In Word, the user will get a name called Word Focus mode, it will be displayed in the Touch Bar was originally located in the interface at the top of the functional areas and commands, so that users can focus on their own work. Specifically, classic buttons, including copy / paste, bold, italic, underline, list, and indentation, are moved to the Touch Bar for quick use.
PowerPoint support for the Touch Bar allows users to easily manipulate graphical elements & rdquo ;. "Reorder objects & rdquo; buttons allow users to easily find the exact object they need and move them to a new location. Slide your finger on the Touch Bar, and you can easily rotate and track the object control / slider.
Excel's Touch Bar integration allows users to more quickly write functions into the program column. In the cell input equal sign, Excel will immediately use the recently used function in the Touch Bar. In addition, you can use the Touch Bar for easy spreadsheet management, whether it is border, cell color or chart recommendations, can be displayed in the Touch Bar. When the user edits calendars and e-mails in Outlook, the Touch Bar will provide the most frequently used commands & rdquo ;.
For example, when writing a message, the Touch Bar displays the Add Attachment button and the list of recent documents so that the user can add it as a complete attachment or link. In the calendar, the user can view all the activities of the day, or even quickly into the Skype for Busines video conferencing.
In the process of testing Microsoft also continue to add new features for the Touch Bar. Now users can insert comments, photos and hyperlinks in Word through the Touch Bar; in PowerPoint, add control related to the view; Word, Excel and PowerPoint are added to the object rotation slider.
Future Microsoft also plans to support Touch Bar in Outlook and Skype.