Unlike previous versions of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office 2016 offers new, advanced and exciting features. Some of its key features are co-authoring, unit integration, improved chart type, simplified sharing, and the ability to use this app on all Windows 10 devices.
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If you are new to Windows 10, the following steps will guide you on how to pin Office 2016 applications to Start Menu and Taskbar in Windows 10:
Click on the “Start” icon located in the lower left corner of the screen. Click on “All applications”.
Final report: All apps contain both store apps and desktop apps installed on Windows 10.
Right click on one of the desired Office 2016 applications and click “Add to start”. For example, right-click on “PowerPoint 2016” and click “Pin to Start”.
You can access the application in the Start menu as in the screenshot shown below:
If you want to put the application on the Windows taskbar, right-click the desired Office 2016 application and click “Pin to Taskbar”. For example, right-click on “PowerPoint 2016” and click “Pin to Taskbar”.
You can access the application from the system tray as in the screenshot below:
Ideally, you should pin most of your apps to the Start menu as they can be organized into groups, while the taskbar should be used for frequently used apps.