Microsoft has launched a new public preview of Office 2016 during an event in Chicago.
The enterprise-focused Ignite event began yesterday and will end Friday May 8th.
Microsoft launched the limited technical preview rollout for Office 2016 last month, but now it has opened this pre-launch phase.
Customers with Microsoft Office on their PC will be able to access the preview, while the full version is expected to rollout later this year.
There are also some new features with the build, including the ability to save and sync documents directly to the cloud from a computer.
Plus, users will be able to work on the same documents at the same time and see updates from other users.
This news comes after Microsoft revealed it wants Windows 10 on one billion devices by 2018.
The tech giant has also launched a new site that can tell you what age it thinks you are.