As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus is a productivity suite of software applications developed by Microsoft. It includes a range of office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and more.
Your mention of “Bind Global Key” is not a standard feature or term associated with Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus. However, I can provide some general information on what a global key might refer to in the context of software:
- License Key: When you purchase Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus, you typically receive a product key or license key. This key is essential for activating and authenticating your copy of the software. It’s not a “global key” in the sense of affecting all installations of Office 2016; it’s specific to your copy.
- Keyboard Shortcuts: In software, a global key can sometimes refer to a keyboard shortcut or hotkey that performs a specific action regardless of which application is currently active. For example, in Windows, the “Windows key” (often denoted as WinKey) is a global key because it can be used to open the Start menu or perform various system-level actions.
- Customization: You can customize the keybindings or keyboard shortcuts for various functions within Office applications. This customization can be specific to your preferences or needs, allowing you to assign key combinations to frequently used commands.
- Macro Bindings: In some cases, “bind global key” could be related to creating and assigning macros in Office applications. Macros are scripts that can automate tasks in Office applications, and you can assign a keyboard shortcut to run a specific macro.