PowerPoint 2016: Buying Office 2016

  • PowerPoint 2016 has several new features compared to previous versions, including new chart types like treemaps and sunbursts, the Designer feature which provides design suggestions, the Morph transition feature, and the Zoom feature to navigate between slides[1][5][8][20]
  • It is generally seen as an upgrade over previous versions of PowerPoint, with subtle but useful changes to the interface and functionality[8]
  • It requires Windows 7 or later and at least 2GB RAM and 3GB disk space[4]

Information about buying Office 2016:

  • Office 2016 is available as a one-time purchase for use on one PC, unlike the subscription-based Office 365. It includes classic 2016 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote[9][15]
  • For home use, Office Home & Student 2016 costs $149 and includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Office Home & Business 2016 costs $229 and also includes Outlook and Publisher[2][21]
  • Office 2016 comes pre-installed on some new PCs as well. Otherwise, it can be purchased as a product key card or digital download from retailers like Amazon or Microsoft’s website[2][16]

Unfortunately there is no specific information provided on buying just PowerPoint 2016 on its own. The search results focus on the full Office suite. But hopefully the pricing and purchase option details above for the Office 2016 editions that include PowerPoint are helpful. Let me know if you need any clarification or have additional questions!