Microsoft today announced the Office 2019 productivity suite for commercial customers and you can now try the update on your Windows and Mac device. The new version of Office comes with several features that have been previously released on Office 365.

The Office 2019 update includes new versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, Access, Project, and OneNote for Windows 10 app. OneNote for Windows 10 is now the default app in the new Office productivity suite but OneNote 2016 is still available as a standalone app.

"The new enhancements in Office 2019 are a subset of a long list of features that have been added to Office 365 ProPlus over the last three years. Office 2019 is a one-time release and won’t receive future feature updates. However, we’ll continue to add new features to Office 365 ProPlus monthly, including innovations in collaboration, artificial intelligence (AI), security, and more," writes Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Office and Windows Marketing at Microsoft.


PowerPoint 2019 comes with new features like Morph and Zoom that lets you create cinematic presentations. You can also use the new inking features to create documents. Microsoft is adding new data analysis features to Excel and new formulas and charts to PowerPivot.

Outlook comes with the new Focused Inbox feature that would move less important emails so you can get straight to taking care of business.


  • Commercial volume license (trusted) customers can access Office 2019 starting today.
  • Office 2019 will be available to all customers, consumer and commercial, in the next few weeks.

You can learn more about the new features here.

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