In Office 2016, Microsoft is
also improving many aspects of Outlook 2016. For example, in the new version
you can attach a recent file you have been working on to a new message. To do
so simply click the Attach File (paperclip) button and you'll see a list
with all the recent files. Then just pick the file and you're good to go -- no
more spending time browsing your computer for a specific document.
Also, Microsoft is making it
very simple to attach OneDrive documents. The attachment works in the same way
as a local file, but for OneDrive files, Outlook 2016 will create a special
cloud attachment link. When the recipient double-clicks the attachment, the
document won't download and open with the default app. Instead, the document
will open in the web browser.