Editor’s note 3/6/2017: This post has been updated to reflect current Touch Bar for Outlook functionality. Editor’s note 2/14/2017: This post has been updated to reflect additional Touch Bar functionality for Word and PowerPoint for Mac. Also, February updates to Word, Excel and PowerPoint for Mac include a new object rotation slider on the Touch Bar, which provides a more intuitive and precise rotation experience. Today’s post was written by Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office team. At the Apple event earlier today, we announced that Office for Mac is adding Touch Bar support. We have a long history of working with Apple to support new form factors and devices, and—as you can see from the news this week—we’re continually evolving Office to take advantage of the latest and greatest hardware innovations across the industry. Through the Touch Bar, Office intelligently puts the most common commands at your fingertips—all based on what you’re doing in the document. Here’s a quick summary of what we announced in Cupertino this morning.