The February 2017 updates for Microsoft Office 2016 include Touch Bar support on the new MacBook Pros. But the defaults aren't very usable, and I can't find an option to customise the Touch Bar layout as is found on other apps with TouchBar support. Is there any way to customise the Touch Bar in Office 2016?

  • before I updated my ms. word, there was a print option on the touch bar when I click command+P. but now, I can't find the print option on the touch bar. any solutions? – Jesslyn Dec 21 '17 at 1:43
  • Every time I try to delete something in MSWord, I end up activating Siri. This is maddening enough to make me look for another word processor. – Alex Apr 5 '18 at 11:15

There is not an option at this point in time. As an office insider, I recently sent a feature request to them. If you'd like to send a feature request, just click the :) in the top right corner and go from there.

  • Yeah. The touch bar feature is really nicely implemented for PowerPoint. But strange that the "start presentation" button is missing ;) – Matthias Feb 19 '18 at 9:57

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