This is true for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access, Project, Publisher, and Visio, all of which get a more consistent look by following Microsoft’s Fluent Design design policy.
A test version of the new interface has recently been made available by Redmond to Office Insiders testers, so a few can see for themselves what the fresh design brings – reported about it in GSMArena.
One of the most striking changes is that the programs will also use a uniform gray color on the program ribbons – we have seen deep green in Excel, dark blue in Word, and orange in PowerPoint. The ribbon also has a customizable bar where you can drag the icon of frequently used commands that are important to us.
Following Windows 11, rounded corners and a clearer design will come, and the software will even adapt to the theme specified in the system. This means that if you set Windows to dark mode, Office will follow.
Not only will the redesign be visible in the new operating system, Windows 10 users will also receive it. At first, however, it arrives on the mobile and web interfaces of Office, only then will the PC versions come, sometime in the next year or two.
Source: technokrata by www.technokrata.hu.
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