Tuesday, February 14, 2017

nouveautés et améliorations importantes dans word 2016

2 parts of this post
french (français) and english (anglais)


Désormais, vous pouvez insérer et modifier des fichiers graphiques SVG (Scalable Vector) dans Word 2016. Insérez simplement votre fichier SVG comme n’importe quel autre fichier image et vous recevrez une barre d’outils personnalisée des outils d’édition pour vous aider à rendre l’aspect que vous voulez. Pour plus d’informations, voir Insérer SVG images.

Équations manuscrites

L’insertion d’équations mathématiques devient un jeu d’enfants. Vous pouvez désormais accéder à Insertion > Équation > Équation manuscrite pour inclure une équation mathématique complexe dans votre document. Si vous avez un appareil tactile, vous pouvez utiliser votre doigt ou votre stylet tactile pour écrire des équations mathématiques à la main. Word 2016 convertit celles-ci en texte. (Si vous n’avez pas d’appareil tactile, vous pouvez également utiliser une souris pour écrire). Par ailleurs, vous pouvez effacer, sélectionner et corriger ce que vous avez écrit au fur et à mesure.

pour certains handicaps, une accessibilité intégrée

pour certaines équipes, la collaboration temps-réel.



As a word processing tool, Word 2016—which, at present, is only available as part of an Office 365 subscription—hasn’t changed much since its last major release as Word for Mac 2011.

Microsoft has also added some Mac-only features of its own, including a Smart Lookup feature that integrates Bing searches and other contextually relevant information from the web when you use the tool on selected text. All of the Office products also include something that Microsoft now refers to as the Task Pane, which, for my money, is an awful lot like Office’s old Floating Palettes, without the floating. In short, the Task Pane provides an easy way for you to make quick formatting changes to text and other document elements without having to rely on a menu or Ribbon element.

In fact, the new Mac version is as clean as Word on the iPad, which is an excellent app, and it also has some of the same limitations. The upside to this sameness is that, whether you’re working on a PC at your office, your iPad on the train, or your Mac at home, you’ll find the tools you need in substantially the same places.

Word 2016 isn’t without disappointments, but they are by no means deal killers. Word takes no advantage of Apple’s Autosave and Versions features. So you’re stuck with what now seems like a vestige of some ancient past. Have a power failure? Dog step on your power strip? You’re relegated to the weeping and gnashing of teeth you no longer expect when bad things happen and you have unsaved changes in a document. This also seems to be tied to Word’s collaboration features, which, while excellent, are not as dynamic as I’d like them to be. If you’re editing a document while someone else is also making changes, you don’t see their changes until both they and you save the document. (Compare this with Pages, which updates changes almost as soon as they’re made, no matter who is editing the document.) Finally, Word doesn’t support Yosemite’s option to rename and/or move a document using the menu in the document’s title bar.

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