Business customers are the first to get a glimpse of Office 2019. That’s because Microsoft has just released a preview of the next incarnation of the productivity suite. The preview includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, Access, Project, Visio and OneNote, but only for Windows 10, and only for customers who aren’t running Office 365.
From the official Office blog:
Office 2019 delivers new features to help end users create amazing content in less time. Updates include new and improved inking features across the apps, like the roaming pencil case, pressure sensitivity, and tilt effects; more powerful data analysis in Excel, like new formulas, new charts, and Power BI integration; and sophisticated presentation features in PowerPoint, like Morph and Zoom. These features are already included in Office 365 ProPlus but are not available in Office 2016. For a longer list of the new end-user features, see the FAQs.