Microsoft has sneaked out a small handful of new features of its Office touchproductivity suite at MWC 2015.
The additions are mainly cosmetic and will involve how both Outlook and Excel will look when Microsoft releases Windows 10 across its tablet and smartphone platforms later on this year.
Microsoft was at pains to point out that Outlook is a lot more than a mail application and the tablet/mobile version will allow super-fast and seamless integration with other apps such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
Excel, meanwhile, has been given a makeover with the app changing its spots when you move over to a new platform so that it is always at the best level possible and the additions include snap functions and smart scrolling to make inputting data easier. Users will also be able to change the Ribbon menu into something known as Palette and all features will scale up or down when certain devices are connected.