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Release notes for Semi

Provides IT Pros with release notes for Semi-Annual Channel releases for Microsoft 365 Apps

Release notes for Semi

These release notes provide information about new features and non-security updates that are included in Semi-Annual Enterprise Channel updates for Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, Microsoft 365 Apps for business, and the subscription versions of the desktop apps for Project and Visio.

New, or updated, features are released in Semi-Annual Enterprise Channel twice a year, on the second Tuesday in January and July.

Version 2202 (Build 14931.20724)

Security updates listed here

We fixed an issue that provides more information when a person attempts to use a map chart in an unsupported region.

We fixed an issue that corrects 3D maps displaying for unsupported regions.

We fixed an issue that provides more information when a person attempts to use a map chart in an unsupported region.

We fixed an issue where references and reply-to headers were removed when replying to an email and the subject was changed.

We fixed an issue that provides more information when a person attempts to use a map chart in an unsupported region.

We fixed an issue where an alternative font is displayed for certain special characters when exporting to PDF with Chinese (Traditional) Windows display language.

We fixed an issue related to text layout within SVG graphics.

We fixed an issue where settings in web add-ins may be lost during file save.

Version 2108 (Build 14326.21142)

Security updates listed here

Version 2202 (Build 14931.20660)

Security updates listed here

We fixed an issue that caused users of Outlook Desktop in the Semi Annual Channel (version 2202) to experience a profile corruption issue that results in symptoms such as synchronization stops working in shared folders and calendars, receiving NDRs for messages that have been delivered, and search stops working in shared folders. Users experiencing this issue will need to re-create their profile to restore normal operations.

We fixed an issue where users were not able to add room mailboxes to the calendar.

Version 2108 (Build 14326.21096)

Security updates listed here

Version 2102 (Build 13801.21582)

Security updates listed here

Version 2202 (Build 14931.20646)

Version 2108 (Build 14326.21080)

Version 2202 (Build 14931.20604)

Security updates listed here

Sensitivity label audit logging: When users apply, change, or remove sensitivity labels on their documents and emails, that information is now made available to administrators in the Microsoft 365 audit logs.

AutoSave and coauthoring on sensitive encrypted documents: Don’t trade off productivity for security. With Microsoft Information Protection, documents that are encrypted with sensitivity labels can now be AutoSaved and co-authored with others in real time just like unencrypted documents can. Requires tenant opt-in (more info: https://aka.ms/mipcoauth).

DLP policy tips in Word/Excel/PowerPoint: Additional sensitive information types configured as part of OneDrive and SharePoint data loss prevention (DLP) policies can now be detected by the app to show a policy tip. This update also brings accuracy improvements and globalization support. Learn more

Excel 4.0 (XLM) macros will be disabled by default to improve security for Microsoft 365 customers.: To help protect customers, Excel 4.0 (XLM) macros will be disabled by default in Microsoft 365. We encourage you to migrate these macros to the latest version of Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Learn more

Create a custom data type in Power Query: Use any data source to create a custom data type that lets you load multiple related pieces of information into one column. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Office apps now support OpenDocument Format (ODF) 1.3: ODF 1.3 brought many improvements to the OpenDocument format, and these are now supported in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (file extensions .odt, .ods, and .odp).See details in blog post

Sensitivity label audit logging: When users apply, change, or remove sensitivity labels on their documents and emails, that information is now made available to administrators in the Microsoft 365 audit logs.

Browse Groups OPX: OPX experience for Browse Groups to support engineering agility

Microsoft Search powered compose (ToCCBCC) suggestions: Adding people to the ToCC line is now powered by Microsoft Search.

Auto-Expanding Online Archive Search: Enabling auto-expanding Online Archive Search. More information related to Unlimited Archives can be found here: Overview of auto-expanding archiving

Expanded GAL people suggestions for mail and calendar compose: Outlook will now return results from the complete GAL when suggestions people for email and calendar compose. (Ex: Adding someone to the To line of a new email)

Read messages with fewer distractions: Make it easier to focus on messages with custom text spacing, page colors, column width, and line focus, by turning on Immersive Reader.

Make your messages accessible for everyone: Outlook automatically lets you know when there are accessibility issues in your messages when you’re sending it and helps you fix the issue.See details in blog post

Turn on shared calendar improvements: For shared calendars in Office 365, Outlook can update these calendars using the REST API. Turn on the preview for faster and more reliable updates to shared calendars. See details in Learn MoreSee details in blog post

DLP policy tips in Word/Excel/PowerPoint: Additional sensitive information types configured as part of OneDrive and SharePoint data loss prevention (DLP) policies can now be detected by the app to show a policy tip. This update also brings accuracy improvements and globalization support. [Learn more] (/microsoft-365/compliance/sensitive-information-type-learn-about)

Tell your stories with animated GIFs: Animated GIFs are now supported in the Office editor – your documents just got snazzier Learn more

Sensitivity label audit logging: When users apply, change, or remove sensitivity labels on their documents and emails, that information is now made available to administrators in the Microsoft 365 audit logs.

AutoSave and coauthoring on sensitive encrypted documents: Don’t trade off productivity for security. With Microsoft Information Protection, documents that are encrypted with sensitivity labels can now be AutoSaved and co-authored with others in real time just like unencrypted documents can. Requires tenant opt-in (more info: https://aka.ms/mipcoauth).

Office apps now support OpenDocument Format (ODF) 1.3: ODF 1.3 brought many improvements to the OpenDocument format, and these are now supported in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (file extensions .odt, .ods, and .odp).See details in blog post

Support for Windows 10 Large Text setting: You can use the Large Text setting in Windows 10 (version 1809 and later) to make text larger so that it is easier to read. It works well in PowerPoint for Windows.

DLP policy tips in Word/Excel/PowerPoint: Additional sensitive information types configured as part of OneDrive and SharePoint data loss prevention (DLP) policies can now be detected by the app to show a policy tip. This update also brings accuracy improvements and globalization support. Learn more

AutoSave and coauthoring on sensitive encrypted documents: Don’t trade off productivity for security. With Microsoft Information Protection, documents that are encrypted with sensitivity labels can now be AutoSaved and co-authored with others in real time just like unencrypted documents can. Requires tenant opt-in (more info: https://aka.ms/mipcoauth).

Sensitivity label audit logging: When users apply, change, or remove sensitivity labels on their documents and emails, that information is now made available to administrators in the Microsoft 365 audit logs.

Office apps now support OpenDocument Format (ODF) 1.3: ODF 1.3 brought many improvements to the OpenDocument format, and these are now supported in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (file extensions .odt, .ods, and .odp).See details in blog post

Engagement experiences: Extend support for enterprise customers on protected channels.: This feature extends existing capabilities that help users get the most value from Office via engagement experiences to protected channels.

Use your voice to send email and mention: New voice commands let you send mail and @mention others while dictatingSee details in blog post

We fixed an issue where PowerBI would sometimes stop working to refresh data from an Access database if there were links to SharePoint lists in the database.

We fixed an issue caused while attempting to support Unicode character in unique identifier column.

We fixed an issue that caused an application to close unexpectedly when connection to an Access or Jet database using multiple threads.

We fixed an issue that can cause a custom application that uses OLEDB interfaces to open an Access database that contains links to SharePoint lists to close unexpectedly.

This change fixes an issue that may cause an application that used the OLEDB API to open an Access database (.accdb file) to close unexpectedly if the database contains links to SharePoint lists.

We fixed an issue where an error was attempting to use the DAO API from non-Office applications would stop responding with message, “The operating system is not presently configured to run this application.”

We fixed an issue where an application would stop working and generate an error message such as “Cannot open any more databases”; the issue could also prevent Access from shutting down properly.

We fixed an issue that would prevent multiple users from opening a database on a network file share. Learn More

In certain customer configurations, it was discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office would fail due to recent updates. This update fixed these regressions and reenabled export to these formats.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding when we open privacy settings window, as the dialog manager is empty adding is not empty check as a defensive check.

This change enables full support of requirement set 1.11 and 1.9 for Outlook add-ins.

We fixed an issue where the user saw a grey box (add-in loading experience for Viva Insights) when trying to open the add-in (Viva Insights) from ribbon button, infobar or actionable message in Outlook win32. The issue only occurred when using trusted sandbox to host the Viva Insights.

We fixed an issue where the app closed unexpectedly when replying or forwarding an email while an Event-Based Add-In is running in the background.

We fixed an issue that caused newer versions of the Viva Insights add in to load less efficiently.

We fixed an issue that prevented Outlook Event-Based Add-Ins from functioning properly.

When opening linked tables to Dynamics, numbers may appear as small squares when the data is displayed. To work around this issue, open the link in Table Design view, and clear the Format property for any affected columns.

We fixed an issue where an application using the OLEDB API with the ACE.OLEDB.12.0 or ACE.OLEDB.16.0 provider was closing unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding when we open privacy settings window, as the dialog manager is empty adding is not empty check as a defensive check.

In certain customer configurations, it was discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office would fail due to recent updates. This update fixed these regressions and reenabled export to these formats.

We fixed an issue with the LOGEST worksheet function, where a transient overflow error was not handled and cleared, and incorrectly picked up for unrelated subsequent calculations.

We fixed an issue where interacting with Forms control could cause Excel to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue that occurs when trying to use Power Pivot with Azure Analysis Services.

We fixed an issue where shapes and form controls could not call VBA macros.

We fixed an issue where the search text gets reset in Pivottable fields selection taskpane.

When you have an Microsoft Excel 97-2003 Worksheet object embedded inside another application such as a Word document, using the Convert feature to convert it to an Microsoft Excel Worksheet (Office OpenXML) object doesn’t complete the conversion until you open the embedded object and make a change to it. This has been fixed so that the object is completely converted upon using the Convert feature.

We fixed a performance issue when using slicers and accessibility tools.

We fixed issue with subtotal optimization when there is a hidden field in a Pivot Table.

Excel was clearing out the value for HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREMicrosoftOfficeCommonUserInfoCompany in non-MSI installs of Office. We have fixed this issue which primarily affected customers using non-MSI versions of Office.

Addresses an issue where under rare circumstances Excel could stop responding while calculating a workbook.

We fixed an issue where using a cell reference in a formula caused users to experience high CPU usage.

We fixed an issue where the original icon of the app was not displaying correctly if the source file was from a OneDrive location and the file name contained HTML encoding characters when adding an Excel, Word, or PowerPoint embedded object into an Excel file.

We fixed an issue where a query update caused Excel to stop responding.

We fixed an issue with the WEBSERVICE worksheet function, where Excel would stop working in rare cases when calculations were canceled by the user.

We fixed an issue where newly created PivotTables could lose custom settings if the data source range was changed.

We fixed an issue that adjusts how gradients fill on a series in a waterfall chart aligns with gradient fills on series in a column chart.

We fixed an issue where certain formula results weren’t updated after their inputs had changed.

On a multi-monitor setup dialogs with two cell edit boxes would hide data from the user when selecting cells. This fix unhides that data from the UI dialog box. Change impacts the conditional formatting or series selection dialog boxes on a 3 monitor setup.

We fixed an issue where some worksheet functions were not appearing for users with certain languages.

We fixed an issue where automatic sensitivity labeling was not working for a few GCC-H tenants.

We fixed an issue where on opening an Excel file, the cell selection was off.

We fixed an issue where using custom command bars could cause Excel to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue where differences in macros would not be detected in some cases when using the Compare Files feature of the Inquire add-in or when running Spreadsheet Compare from Start.

We fixed an issue with dates on the axis of charts not appearing when the source data is typed directly into the chart rather than coming from a range of cells.

We fixed an issue where running a VBA script / add-in on a workbook with chart sheet may cause Excel to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue displaying some SVG files.

This version fixed a unexpected close which happened during save for some documents in tenants which opted into protected coauthoring if the local file cache had tenant Id datum formatted incorrectly.

We fixed an issue where the BizUD Gothic Japanese font was rendering differently between Office applications.

We fixed an issue where an error would occur trying to connect to a Data Feed when using Power Pivot.

We fixed an issue where shared workbooks in .xls format may improperly merge changes.

We fixed an issue where an AMSI scan would cause the app to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue which prevented Solver from working when a group policy was enabled which disabled XL4 macros.

We fixed an issue with slow performance or freezing when using UI Automation and dealing with large sets of data with many hidden rows and/or columns.

We fixed an issue displaying some SVG files.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience a stop responding when expanding conversations.

We fixed an issue that caused a sync to stop working when generating a preview.

We fixed an issue that caused users who are on Windows 11 or who are using the visual refresh through Coming Soon to see misaligned text when hovering over the mini calendar date.

We fixed an issue where the folder hierarchy did not synchronize all folders for very large primary mailboxes with more than 10000 folders.

We fixed an issue where a received email would not include a link to open the message.

We fixed an issue that caused messages using the Encrypt Only and Do Not Forward templates to return unexpected permissions through the object model.

We fixed an issue that caused all emails sent with Sensitivity labels to always apply the “Encrypt – Only” template which would result in incorrect behavior, allowing people to forward “recipients only” emails.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to download the MP3 attachment from protected voicemail messages.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see their default signatures stop being able to be inserted in new emails, replies, or forwards after a restart of Outlook.

We fixed an issue that caused some toggle-type options to sync incorrectly when using Cloud Settings.

We fixed an issue that caused the “Index out of date” message to display too often.

We fixed an issue that caused Room Finder to fail to load.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to download protected voice mail files.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a unexpected close after adding a shared calendar.

We fixed an issue that caused certain Smart Link callouts to be inaccessible to screen readers.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see garbled text in some fields when exporting contacts to a CSV.

We fixed an issue that caused users who are on Windows 11 or who are using the visual refresh through Coming Soon to see some alignment issues in the ribbon area and strange visual artifacts when resizing Outlook windows.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience a stop responding when moving a person card.

We fixed an issue that caused an unexpected close when displaying a contact card.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience an unexpected close when loading people photos.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience a close unexpectedly when retrieving personas.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience an close unexpectedly when loading personas in PowerPoint.

We fixed an issue that caused users to expect a stop responding in Outlook in some diagnostic scenarios.

We fixed an issue where a meeting, after it was autosaved, would be sent to attendees but not saved on the organizer’s calendar.

We fixed an issue where removed shared calendars reappeared when the REST shared calendar feature was enabled.

We fixed an issue that caused the membership list to not display properly for contact cards.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience performance issues when switching folders due to a corrupt view setting.

We fixed an issue that caused the default icon to be displayed for attached messages when a custom icon was expected.

A data change was made to include a new United Kingdom holiday in UK-based calendars.

We fixed an issue that caused applications to become unresponsive after loading a contact card.

We fixed an issue that caused the smart link URL to fail to update when the user changed the permissions on the link in the message.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be unable to open messages with Digital Rights Management policies applied.

We fixed an issue where Outlook stopped responding when trying to respond to a specific contact after calling ResolveContacts thousands of times.

We fixed an issue where the user would get an error when attempting to open a shared contacts folder for which they had editor or delegate permissions.

We fixed an issue that caused “No response required” to show on all forwarded meeting invites for delegates of room mailboxes when the Shared Calendar Improvements feature was enabled.

We fixed an issue that caused users so see the error message, “The attempted operation failed. An object could not be found” when searching an LDAP address book.

We fixed an issue that caused the “Play on phone” button to be enabled in scenarios where it should not have been enabled.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see multiple copies of a shared calendar rendered in certain circumstances.

We fixed an issue where sending mail by right-clicking and selecting “Send Mail” from the file system caused explorer.exe to close unexpectedly on VDI machines.

We fixed an issue that caused users of Outlook’s “shared calendar improvements” feature to experience high CPU usage.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a stop responding when attempting to retrieve AutoDiscover settings.

We fixed an issue where a meeting, after it was autosaved, would be sent to attendees but not saved on the organizer’s calendar.

We fixed an issue that caused the scroll bar on the appointment view in meeting invitations to be shrunk horizontally.

We fixed an issue that caused calendars added to the “shortcuts” module to disappear after Outlook restarts.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see shared calendars that they added not be checked by default, leading them to believe that the calendar had failed to get added.

We fixed an issue that caused Outlook to close unexpectedly during shutdown under some circumstances.

We fixed an issue where calendars were not selected in the nav pane when using “Open Shared Calendar”.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding when we open privacy settings window, as the dialog manager is empty adding is not empty check as a defensive check.

We fixed an issue that caused the Insights add-in to stop working intermittently.

This change enables full support of requirement set 1.11 and 1.9 for Outlook add-ins.

We fixed an issue that caused newer versions of the Viva Insights add in to load less efficiently.

We have fixed a scenario which causes problem in saving the PPAM file type.

We fixed an issue that prevented Outlook Event-Based Add-Ins from functioning properly.

We fixed an issue where the app closed unexpectedly when replying or forwarding an email while an Event-Based Add-In is running in the background.

We fixed an issue where the user saw a grey box (add-in loading experience for Viva Insights) when trying to open the add-in (Viva Insights) from ribbon button, infobar or actionable message in Outlook win32. The issue only occurred when using trusted sandbox to host the Viva Insights.

We fixed an issue that prevented the Room Finder from loading in the GCC-High environment.

We fixed an issue where some pop-up UI elements could not be clicked, such as the Join Meeting pop-up in Outlook or the Welcome Back pop-up in PowerPoint.

We have fixed a scenario which causes problem in saving the PPAM file type.

We fixed an issue where there is a potential stop responding when drawing an image.

We fixed an issue to display the company info in Info | Properties | Advanced Properties dialog for PowerPoint that is installed from C2R.

We fixed an issue when a user changes an original Portrait and bigger paper size document to a smaller paper size (e.g. from Letter to A5), its print out would be cut off (data loss).

The product is updated not to save changes to original cloud file with AutoSave off when Save a Copy operation is executed.

We have fixed an issue where charts are not formatting correctly in PowerPoint when the source chart is resized in Excel.

We fixed an issue so the app will no longer prompt for a password to modify it if the user explicitly opens the file in read-only mode.

This version fixed a unexpected close which happened during save for some documents in tenants which opted into protected coauthoring if the local file cache had tenant Id datum formatted incorrectly.

In certain customer configurations, it was discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office stopped working due to recent updates. This update fixed this issue and reenabled export to these formats.

We fixed an issue where Word was taking a longer time to save than expected.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding when we open privacy settings window, as the dialog manager is empty adding is not empty check as a defensive check.

We fixed an issue where the default sensitivity label was not getting properly applied when creating a new document in PowerPoint.

We fixed an issue displaying some SVG files.

We fixed an issue where the status manager was not updated in reporting tables. Users should now see changes reflected in the status manager.

We fixed an issue where users can now save projects to the Project Web Application even if the resources in the offline file have names that match enterprise resources.

We no longer overwrite local formatting settings when a user saves a server-based project as an MPP file.

We fixed an issue when tasks are rescheduled in Project, manually scheduled tasks may be scheduled earlier than they should be.

We fixed an issue where, when programmatically adding new tasks to a project via CSOM, the tasks might not be inserted at the correct location if the new task’s summary task is collapsed.

We fixed an issue where manually scheduled tasks were rescheduled to earlier dates when the user opened projects that had been Saved As to a different name. Users should no longer see manually scheduled tasks rescheduled while opening these projects.

We fixed an issue where some projects would close unexpectedly when loading customized reports.

We fixed an issue where the user would see a security dialog stating that the project had links to one or more data sources, even though the project had no active links. Now, the dialog appears only when there are active links.

Users should no longer experience issues when printing progress lines on the Gantt chart.

We fixed an issue where users were getting into a state where saving would not work. This fix makes it so that users can always save their work.

We fixed an issue where mask separator used an asterick (*) if it matched with list separator. In filters * is used for regular expressions which caused errors and unexpected behavior if value contained it. A pipe (|) is now used.

We fixed an issue where the application opened onto a screen that is no longer available making the project hidden.

We fixed an issue where the video share peek in a conversation window will close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue where a hybrid camera on some laptops did not show in SfB client.

We fixed an issue where there is a potential stop responding when drawing an image.

We fixed an issue where the theme picker in Word’s File > Options menu for x64 users where the theme selected would not apply. The theme picker in the File > Account place continues to work and is unaffected by this change.

We fixed an issue where digital signatures for VBA projects were not recognized when loading PowerPoint files using the 97-2003 file format.

We fixed an issue with displaying embedded Excel spreadsheets in other applications.

We fixed an issue displaying some SVG files.

We fixed an issue in Word where SVG files may be displayed as a broken link (Red-X).

We fixed an issue where SVG images that contain external content may not show up.

We fixed an issue that caused shared calendars to be in an unselected state after adding them.

This version fixed a unexpected close which happened during save for some documents in tenants which opted into protected coauthoring if the local file cache had tenant Id datum formatted incorrectly.

In certain customer configurations, it was discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office would fail due to recent updates. This update fixed these regressions and reenabled export to these formats.

We fixed a performance issue when opening Word documents with thousands of track changes.

We fixed an issue related to the app stops responding when calling DCompositionCreateDevice.

We fixed an issue that caused the app to close unexpectedly when selecting Go to Comment for the first comment in a document.

We fixed an issue where the BizUD Gothic Japanese font was rendering differently between Office applications.

We fixed an issue where the file format changes occurred when saving documents with the AIP add-in enabled.

We fixed an issue where a potential close unexpected occurred when iterating through pages in a Word document collection using a macro.

We fixed an issue in which the cursor would scroll to the end of the document after deleting a paragraph mark.

We fixed an issue which typing Hiragana with the Japanese IME with the At Mention people picker opened caused the IME to stop working.

We fixed an issue where Word goes unresponsive when selecting and right-clicking a content control locked against deletion.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding when attempting to open a OneDrive shared file.

We fixed an issue in sending email notifications to users whose comments have gotten replies from other users.

We fixed a potential performance issue when searching keywords in a large Word document.

We fixed an issue where applying Styles from the Home tab did not work.

We fixed an issue where Repeat style applies Normal instead of repeating style.

We fixed an issue where Word was taking a longer time to save than expected.

We fixed an issue where bookmarks and table of content links weren’t working after exporting to PDF.

We fixed an issue where the insert Online video button was disabled.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding when we open privacy settings window, as the dialog manager is empty adding is not empty check as a defensive check.

We fixed an issue selecting text via double-tap when using the touchpad.

We fixed an issue in which certain papers would overlap when printed in Outlook.

We fixed an issue in which the UTC timestamp of comments in a Word document was not matching after comments are merged from different clients.

We fixed an issue where the following error was displaying, “Read Aloud not starting.”

We fixed an issue that would occasionally cause applications to close unexpectedly on startup.

Fixed an issue in Outlook where custom VSTO controls stopped working after opening and switching between multiple windows and views.

We fixed an issue that completed the following changes:

We fixed an issue where the teaching callouts (tips) about the new look of Office did not appear in Outlook. Now, users of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote are notified about the changes to the new look of Office, which includes information about what changed and how to change settings, or toggle off the experience.

We fixed an issue related to scroll binding for an input source where memory could become corrupted.

We fixed an issue displaying customized views in Project.

We fixed a reliability issue related to refreshing elements that may contain text.

We fixed an issue where documents that contain invalid SVGs will show the rasterized fallback image instead of a red X.

We fixed an issue in the Outlook preview pane to allow SVG images to render properly.

We fixed an issue where linked images may not load when opening a presentation programmatically in window-less mode.

We fixed a stability issue related to Power BI controls and Forms as slide content when starting or recording Slide Show.

We fixed an issue related to multi-threading for Direct2D and Direct3D interoperability.

We fixed an issue related to text anchoring in SVG rendering.

We fixed an issue where Office shows an account error in the SSO and ADFS DRS environment.

We fixed the case where cross origin requests for Outlook event-based add-ins unexpectedly stopped working.

We fixed an issue during protected coauthoring where a sensitivity label and encryption might be removed from a file hosted in SharePoint or OneDrive.

We fixed an issue when opening up the font dropdown in Excel, the highlighted font was not the one currently selected in the document.

We fixed an issue where the font dropdown would not accurately reflect what font was selected in a shape.

We fixed an issue that may have caused errors while running an application.

We fixed an issue which improved reliability and security of Office on ARM64.

This update fixes an issue that could cause an application using the Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 or Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.16.0 provider to connect to SharePoint data to close unexpectedly.

A change will allow IT admins to see private add-ins for devices in Semi-Annual Enterprise Channel in Add-in Health page in Microsoft 365 Apps Health. Add-ins are a major source of Office closing unexpectedly and through Add-in Health page, admins will gain visibility to the health of their add-ins deployed in their tenant and identify potential issues.

Version 2108 (Build 14326.21062)

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Version 2102 (Build 13801.21528)

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Version 2108 (Build 14326.21018)

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We fixed an issue that prevented Outlook Event-Based Add-Ins from functioning properly.

We fixed an issue where a meeting, after it was autosaved, would be sent to attendees but not saved on the organizer’s calendar.

Version 2102 (Build 13801.21418)

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Version 2108 (Build 14326.20962)

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We fixed an issue where the app closed unexpectedly when replying or forwarding an email while an Event-Based Add-In is running in the background.

We fixed an issue that caused newer versions of the Viva Insights add in to load less efficiently.

We fixed an issue that caused EU users to see information missing from person cards.

We fixed a scrolling performance issue with documents with a large number of merge fields.

We fixed an issue where Outlook may stop responding scrolling through an email message.

We fixed an issue in which cross-referenced display wrong numbers with automatic numbering.

Version 2102 (Build 13801.21334)

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Version 2108 (Build 14326.20910)

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We fixed an issue to display the company info in Info | Properties | Advanced Properties dialog for PowerPoint that is installed from C2R.

We fixed an issue where PowerPoint presentation inserted as object cannot be used/opened after the initial modifications.

We fixed an issue when a user opened a non-coauthorable file that was locked by another user. Office client did not notify that the file was locked, and the user could edit the file. Editing the file caused the user to be unable to upload. Office client now will prompt the user that the file is currently locked, and the user won’t be able to update the file.

We fixed an issue where hyperlinks containing folder names starting with “fl” (e.g. https://example.com/flight/index.htm) weren’t able to be opened from Office desktop applications.

Version 2102 (Build 13801.21278)

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Version 2108 (Build 14326.20852)

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We fixed an issue where Word, Excel or PowerPoint would close unexpectedly when saving documents to the cloud.

We fixed an issue that would occasionally cause applications to close unexpectedly on startup.

Version 2102 (Build 13801.21214)

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Version 2108 (Build 14326.20784)

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We fixed an issue where the application could stop responding when closing a file.

We fixed an issue that occurs when trying to use Power Pivot with Azure Analysis Services.

We fixed an issue where shapes and form controls could not call VBA macros.

We fixed an issue where the search text gets reset in PivotTable fields selection taskpane.

When you had a Microsoft Excel 97-2003 Worksheet object embedded inside another application such as a Word document, using the Convert feature to convert it to an Microsoft Excel Worksheet (Office OpenXML), in some cases, the object didn’t complete the conversion until you opened the embedded object and made a change to it. This issue has been fixed so that the object is completely converted upon using the Convert feature.

We fixed an issue where the application could stop responding when closing a file.

We fixed an issue where Word was unresponsive when selecting and right-clicking a content control locked against deletion.

Version 2102 (Build 13801.21156)

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Version 2008 (Build 13127.21886)

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Version 2008 (Build 13127.21856)

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Version 2108 (Build 14326.20738)

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Save shapes as pictures: In just a few clicks, save a shape, icon, or other object as a picture file so you can reuse it elsewhere. Learn more

SVG Clipboard Support: You can now paste SVG content from Office into 3rd party apps. Learn more

Tell your stories with animated GIFs: Animated GIFs are now supported in the Office editor – your documents just got snazzier.

Help protect your data from malicious files: Application Guard helps protect you from malware by letting you read, print, and save Office files in an isolated container. Learn more

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the GCC, GCC-H and DoD environments. Learn more

Require users to apply sensitivity labels: Users will be prompted to apply a sensitivity label if their organization’s policy requires it.

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the DoD environments. Learn more

Improved Conditional Formatting dialogs: Conditional Formatting dialogs are now resizable, and now you can duplicate the rule with a single click. Learn more

Unhide many sheets at the same time: No need to unhide one sheet at a time anymore — unhide multiple hidden sheets at once. Learn more

Automatically use new data types: When you type a data value that resembles a stock or a geographic location, Excel offers to convert it to the right connected data type – Stocks or Geography. Learn more

Draft messages with your voice: Use the new dictation toolbar, voice commands, auto-punctuation, and more to compose messages. Learn more

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the GCC, GCC-H and DoD environments. Learn more

Tell your stories with animated GIFs: Animated GIFs are now supported in the Office editor – your documents just got snazzier.

SVG Clipboard Support: You can now paste SVG content from Office into 3rd party apps. Learn more

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the DoD environments. Learn more

Break the language barrier with a built-in translator feature in Outlook: You can now use the Intelligent Translator in Outlook. When you receive a message in another language, a prompt will appear on top of the message asking if you’d like Outlook to translate it to your preferred language.You can also right-click to translate specific words, phrases, or the whole message. Learn more

Share to Teams: Share messages from Outlook with a person or channel in Teams.

Every meeting online: Update your calendar settings to make every meeting you create a Teams Meeting by default so you no longer need to remember to click the Teams Meeting option.

Delete conversation by message owner: This feature allows you to delete a conversation by message owner.

Focused Inbox settings remain the same across devices: Your Focused Inbox preferences are now stored in the cloud. Enjoy the same experience when you use Outlook for Windows on any computer and Outlook on the web. Learn more

Your Outlook settings in the cloud: Choose your Outlook for Windows settings like Automatic Replies, Focused Inbox, and Privacy, and get to them on any PC.

Link to Create Outlook.com Account: When adding an account to Outlook, a link to create a new outlook.com account appears in the window.

Get meeting suggestions when you search for a person: When you type a person’s name in the Search box, the most relevant email containing calendar invites will be included with your search suggestions.

Get relevant file suggestions when you search: When you type in the Search box, the most relevant files related to your search will be included in your suggestions.

Pick where to search: The new search scope drop down allows you to more easily modify your search and switch between Current Folder and Current Mailbox. Thank you to everyone in Coming Soon who provided feedback on the new Search at Top experience. This design and update came out of that feedback!

Build in time between back-to-back meetings: Give attendees time to catch their breath or travel between locations by setting meetings to start 5-10 min late by default. Learn More

Create GIFs with Transparent Backgrounds: When exporting to an Animated GIF, a new option will allow you to make the background transparent.See details in blog post

SVG Clipboard Support: You can now paste SVG content from Office into 3rd party apps. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Export animated GIF in a range: Select a range of slides when exporting to animated GIF.

Help protect your data from malicious files: Application Guard helps protect you from malware by letting you read, print, and save Office files in an isolated container.

Require users to apply sensitivity labels: Users will be prompted to apply a sensitivity label if their organization’s policy requires it.

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the GCC, GCC-H and DoD environments. Learn more

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the DoD environments. Learn more

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the DoD environments. Learn more

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails: Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the GCC, GCC-H and DoD environments. Learn more

Require users to apply sensitivity labels: Users will be prompted to apply a sensitivity label if their organization’s policy requires it.

Help protect your data from malicious files: Application Guard helps protect you from malware by letting you read, print, and save Office files in an isolated container. Learn more

Draft documents with your voice: Use the new dictation toolbar, voice commands and auto-punctuation to draft documents.

SVG Clipboard Support: You can now paste SVG content from Office into 3rd party apps. Learn more

Save shapes as pictures: In just a few clicks, save a shape, icon, or other object as a picture file so you can reuse it elsewhere. Learn more

Tell your stories with animated GIFs: Animated GIFs are now supported in the Office editor – your documents just got snazzier.

We fixed an issue that may cause applications using the Access Database Engine ODBC API to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue that may cause applications using the Access Database Engine OLEDB API with a database containing links to SharePoint lists to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue where tables dropped into the query design or system relationship window to appear in a different location than where they were dropped.

We fixed an issue where attempting to use the DAO API from non-Office applications would stop responding with “The operating system is not presently configured to run this application.”

We fixed an issue that may cause Access to fail to terminate properly when shutting down, potentially leaving databases locked.

We fixed an issue that would prevent multiple users from opening a database on a network file share. Learn More

We fixed an issue when running a SQL Server pass through query could result in an “invalid cursor state” error.

We fixed an issue when an external application requests an accessibility interface. It would prevent the application closing until reference had been released.

We fixed an issue that would prevent multiple users from opening a database on a network file share.Learn More

We fixed an issue which now enables launch events for Outlook addins.

We fixed an issue where special characters were included in error messages.

In certain customer configurations, it has been discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office may stop responding due to recent updates. This update fixes these regressions and reenables export to these formats.

We fixed an issue where some users would fail to open into edit mode on password protected files.

We fixed an an issue where a major version build rollback could result in the application terminating unexpectedly on file open.

We fixed an issue where the “File” tab text was getting cut off in some languages.

We fixed an issue where some automation add-ins for Excel failed to load.

We fixed an issue where chart axis values cannot be changed if both the thousand and decimal separators use the same symbol.

We fixed an issue where refreshing the data for Pivot Tables stopped working when filtered values no longer existed in the data. A subsequent query statement generated without the invalid filtered values to retry the refresh request is now reenabled.

We fixed an issue where opening xlsm file in SpreadsheetCompare tool can cause the tool to stop responding.

We fixed an issue in which changes might not be be saved in a rare situation when coauthoring.

We fixed an issue where the Analysis ToolPak add-in did not work for some users.

We fixed an issue where the Analysis ToolPak add-in was not responsive.

We fixed an issue where some files would occasionally fail to open in Protected View.

We fixed an issue to enable the Name Manager to open on books with a large number of hidden names.

We fixed an issue where a saved workbook would appear at the top of the Recent list when saving to a SharePoint Online (SPO) document library.

We fixed an issue where localized function names will be recognized when opening CSV files.

We fixed an issue when saving as Xml Data (.xml) from workbooks containing Xml Map.

We fixed an issue where a blank duplicate window will be opened when legacy add-ins are enabled.

We fixed a problem where the Analysis ToolPak add-in did not work with certain Automation Security settings.

We addressed an issue where, under rare circumstances, Excel could stop responding while calculating a workbook.

We fixed an issue where certain formula results were incorrect after opening a file.

We fixed an issue where using a cell reference in a formula caused users to experience high CPU usage.

We fixed an issue primarily affecting customers using non-MSI versions of Office where Excel was clearing out the value for HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREMicrosoftOfficeCommonUserInfoCompany.

We fixed an issue where a query update caused Excel to stop responding.

We fixed an issue where DRM-protected workbook cannot be opened from VBA if Application.DisplayAlerts is set to True.

We fixed an issue where connecting to a data source from within the PowerPivot window was not working.

We fixed an issue where certain formula results aren’t updated after their inputs have changed.

We fixed an issue with the WEBSERVICE worksheet function where Excel would stop working, in rare cases, when calculations were canceled by the user.

We fixed an issue where the original icon of the app was not displaying correctly if the source file was from a OneDrive location and the file name contained HTML encoding characters when adding an Excel, Word, or PowerPoint embedded object into an Excel file.

We fixed an issue where automatic sensitivity labeling was not working for a few GCC-H tenants.

We fixed an issue that may cause some linked Dynamics table to stop responding.

We fixed an issue where not all columns may appear when linking to or importing from a Dynamics table.

In certain customer configurations, it has been discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office may stop responding due to recent updates. This update fixes these regressions and reenables export to these formats.

We fixed an issue where the Office application was nonresponsive when drawing an image.

We fixed an issue where the BizUD Gothic Japanese font was rendering differently between Office applications.

We fixed an issue that caused Office apps to stop responding when multiple Office apps were running at the same time. This also resolved other stability issues across the system that arose because of the incident.

We fixed an issue that caused date fields in PivotTables to be grouped incorrectly.

We fixed an issue that may cause a unexpected close when interacting with Outlook Mail or Calendar Views.

We fixed an issue related to forwarding emails that contain some animated gifs.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience an unexpected property change prompt when closing a message they had replied to or forwarded.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a unexpected close when collecting diagnostic information.

We fixed an issue that caused modifications on a message generated by the “Resend this message” option to be lost on send when that message was re-sent from a PST.

We fixed an issue that caused emails that are resent by a different user to appear to have been sent by the original sender in organizations where SendFromAliasEnabled is set to True.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience Outlook to close unexpectedly when syncing folder hierarchy changes.

We fixed an issue that prevented Outlook from booting after using “Send To->Mail Recipient” from the Windows Explorer.

We fixed an issue in a component of Outlook that is used by MAPI-enabled applications on computers with ARM processors. The issue could cause search to not work properly or cause extra load on the computer as background apps restarted repeatedly.

We fixed an issue that caused a sync failure to occur when generating a preview.

We fixed an issue that caused some instructions for the “Shorten Meetings” feature to be disabled through screen reader technologies.

We fixed an issue that caused users to erroneously see a “This may take a while” message when adding a calendar.

We fixed an issue that caused delegates to appear as the organizer of meetings created on newly added calendars. Meetings in this state did not appear on the principal’s calendar.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to see their primary and secondary calendar switching places in the Navigation Pane.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to save MP3 attachments from a protected voicemail message.

We fixed an issue that caused performance issues on ARM64 devices.

We fixed an issue that caused Cloud Settings to be unsuccessful to roam settings when it hit a conflict.

We fixed an issue that caused Cloud Settings users to experience a unexpected close when an incompletely configured account is present in the profile.

We fixed an issue where email signatures would be missing after a change in the account’s UPN/SMTP name.

We fixed an issue where changes only to the content of a signature would not be updated in the cloud-based setting.

We fixed an issue that caused some people to be unable to access signatures associated with secondary mail accounts.

We fixed an issue that caused Outlook to override the Focused Inbox preferences configured in OWA.

We fixed an issue that could cause users to see the message that they are composing losing the UI focus.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see signatures disappear unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue that caused users of roaming settings to experience unresponsiveness.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience the process terminating unexpectedly when searching.

We fixed a search-related unexpected close.

We fixed an issue where the app closed unexpectedly while composing an email using Outlook.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a unexpected close while retrieving service-powered search suggestions.

We fixed an issue that caused Room Finder to fail to load.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see a loss of HTML formatting when saving a draft of an email to disk.

We fixed an issue that caused the translation options to be disabled for some users. Customers who experienced this issue would have seen their translation options disabled when navigating to File -> Options -> Language. Due to this, they would have been unable to change their preferred translation language and other translation-related settings.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to download protected attachments.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a stop responding when adding calendars to the navigation pane.

We fixed an issue that caused administrators to be unable to access an auditing feature for CLP.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience a unexpected close when removing folders from an archive store.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a unexpected close when performing searches.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a close unexpectedly when loading person cards.

We fixed an issue that caused users to get an error when selecting “Open Outlook Properties” from the right click context menu for a recipient on an email.

We fixed an issue that caused the people picker in Outlook to expand upwards rather than downwards for users with a perpetual license.

We fixed an issue where the app stops responding shortly after Outlook boot.

We fixed an issue that caused the feedback option to fail to appear for users of the Office Perpetual 2021 preview.

This change enables users to submit feedback through our new feedback system.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to download protected voice mail messages.

We fixed an issue where an unexpected informational notification tip about shortening meetings by default appeared when creating meetings in Outlook, when the option was not configured by the Exchange administrator.

We fixed an issue when forwarding some large or long-running recurring meetings as ICAL.

We fixed an issue that caused name resolution to not work properly when sending on behalf of another user and resolving against an address book that is not the Global Address List.

We fixed an issue where a delegate cannot see organizer details in Scheduling Assistant.

We fixed an issue that caused users of Outlook’s “shared calendar improvements” feature to experience high CPU usage.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience a stop responding when attempting to retrieve AutoDiscover settings.

We fixed an issue where sending mail by right-clicking and selecting “Send Mail” from the file system caused explorer.exe to close unexpectedly on VDI machines.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see shared calendars that they added not be checked by default, leading them to believe that the calendar did not get added.

We fixed an issue that caused calendars added to the “shortcuts” module to disappear after Outlook restarts.

We fixed an issue where a meeting occurrence cancellation form would appear instead of the expected edit form.

We fixed an issue that was causing the app to stop responding when using Outlook.

We fixed an issue that caused users of the Shared Calendar Improvements feature to see newly added shared calendars fail to display until after a restart of Outlook.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see duplicate time entries in the end meeting time dropdown when the start of the meeting and the end of the meeting were on different dates.

We fixed an issue that caused the SMTP address to stop working to be in display next to the user’s primary calendar in a multi-account profile after enabling the “Shared Calendar Improvements” option.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see duplicate calendar items created when responding to the meeting request through the right-click context menu.

We fixed an issue that caused users of the Shared Calendar Improvements option who have many shared calendars to experience some performance issues.

We fixed a issue that caused increased network activity shortly after Outlook boot with profiles that have multiple accounts.

We fixed an issue that caused some users of the calendar sharing improvements feature to experience issues with interacting with their calendar in the navigation pane.

We fixed an issue that caused deleted meeting invitations to intermittently re-surface for some users.

We fixed an issue that caused links in the location field to be unclickable.

We fixed an issue where the Office application was nonresponsive when drawing an image.

We fixed an an issue where a major version build rollback could result in the application terminating unexpectedly on file open.

We fixed an issue where product updates were not saved to original cloud file with AutoSave off when Save a Copy operation is executed.

We fixed an issue when a user changes an original Portrait and bigger paper size document to a smaller paper size (e.g. from Letter to A5), its print out would be cut off (data loss).

We fixed an issue where a user was unable to enter credentials into a Windows Security dialog to open a file because of an obstructive PowerPoint-specific dialog.

We fixed an issue to ensure that a file saved using the Retry Save button on the bus bar is added to the Recent List.

We fixed an issue where the ShapeID and other attributes of VML are written during Save As and Save to non-Cloud locations.

We fixed an issue when zooming in or out of selected objects on a slide using Ctrl + scroll, then the Slide Show button appeared disabled.

We fixed an issue where Reuse Slides option was not available for a few users.

In certain customer configurations, it has been discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office may stop responding due to recent updates. This update fixes these regressions and reenables export to these formats.

We fixed an issue where the Office application was nonresponsive when drawing an image.

We fixed an issue where Word was taking a longer time to save than expected.

We fixed an issue where the application becomes nonresponsive during close.

We fixed a security issue at XML deserialization.

We fixed a security issue of URL redirection from remote source.

We fixed a security issue of missing XML validation.

We fixed a security issue of remote code execution at deserialization of delegates.

We fixed an issue where the status manager was not updated in reporting tables. Users should now see changes reflected in the status manager.

We fixed an issue when tasks were rescheduled. Manually-scheduled tasks may have been scheduled earlier than they should have been in Project.

We fixed an issue where assignments on manually-scheduled tasks were moved to an incorrect date.

We fixed an issue where users were unable to remove projects from the resource pool.

We fixed an issue where the video share peek in a conversation window would close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue where a hybrid camera on some laptops did not show in SfB client.

We fixed an issue where the application becomes nonresponsive during close.

We fixed an issue where users can seamlessly access files without experiencing any unexpected close now.

We fixed an issue where SPO/ODB Links with guest access was not working.

We fixed an issue where comment cards next to the Word canvas were the incorrect size.

We fixed an issue where a major version build rollback could result in the application terminating unexpectedly on file open.

We fixed an issue when coauthoring a document, active draft is not cleared when comment order changes.

We fixed an issue where a dialog showcasing the new visual refresh contained text that was inaccessible to screen readers.

We fixed an issue when editing contacts related to adding pictures using ‘This Device’ option.

In certain customer configurations, it has been discovered that document exports to PDF or XPS formats from Office may stop responding due to recent updates. This update fixes these regressions and reenables export to these formats.

We fixed an issue where Outlook stop responding when using the Magnifier feature.

We fixed an issue that may cause Word to unexpectedly close when shutting down due to the user logging off or restarting their computer.

We fixed an issue where the Office application was nonresponsive when drawing an image.

We fixed an issue where the insert Online video button was disable.

We fixed an issue which optimizes conditions for text predictions to be offered.

We fixed an issue where print preview will be closed unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue where some select text was not visible when using dark mode theme in reading mode.

We fixed an issue where Word would not render the base-64 encoded, embedded GIFs in the email body.

We fixed an issue where canvas contextual cards for spelling and grammar show icon buttons, but those buttons have no tooltips.

We fixed an issue where Word may not be responding during proofing.

We fixed a issue where you are unable to turn off any of the Editor options in the “Resume” section.

We fixed an issue where the Editor Pane doesn’t open.

We fixed an issue where character spacing increases for specific fonts when rotating them 90 degrees.

We fixed an issue where Word sometimes displays a border around text that should not be there.

We fixed an issue in Word where RTF formats of content had serious performance issues.

We fixed an issue where Word incorrectly redraws tables with preferred percentage width after breaking linked section headers.

We fixed an issue where the app closed unexpectedly with .doc files.

We fixed an issue where a border was displaying around text when it shouldn’t be there.

We fixed an issue where the file format changes occurred when saving documents with the AIP add-in enabled.

We fixed a performance issue with RTF formats.

We fixed an issue where the BizUD Gothic Japanese font was rendering differently between Office applications.

We fixed an error when updating Fields in Word.

We fixed an issue that updates text on autosave callout for files saved locally.

We fixed an issue where doc saved locally was shown as Autosave Disabled.

We fixed an issue about graphics missing on certain documents.

We fixed an issue where styleref fields may show truncated results.

We fixed an issue with non-default ribbon configurations that led to the Style Gallery to not function.

We fixed an issue maintaining “Current List” of citations on password-protected DOCX files.

We fixed an issue where Word was taking longer time to save than expected.

Office apps now support OpenDocument format 1.3.

We fixed an issue which required a change on editing OLE object.

We fixed an issue in Print where the print preview was not loading.

We fixed an issue that caused Office apps to stop responding when multiple Office apps were running at the same time. This also resolved other stability issues across the system that arose because of the incident.

We fixed an issue where user is unable to edit certain documents stored in OnPrem sharepoint servers.

We fixed a performance regression on opening SyncBacked files.

We fixed a unexpected close when reopening certain files.

We fixed an issue that would cause cloud document to not open.

We fixed an issue where customers using Office on ARM64 devices would intermittently see incorrectly rendered text.

We fixed an issue in Outlook where custom VSTO controls stopped working after opening and switching between multiple windows and views.

We fixed an issue where Office would close unexpectedly when trying to show a promotional dialog.

We fixed a localization issue where en-gb, fr-ca, and es-mx will now be matched with their respective parent versions.

We fixed an issue related to scrolling on a thumbnail view in a PPT slide using touch or trackpad.

We fixed an issue related to instability during DirectX device loss and recovery situations.

We fixed an issue where documents that contain invalid SVGs will show the rasterized fallback image instead of a red X.

We fixed an issue where users may have experienced a delayed response to typing while an animated gif plays in the Word or Outlook canvas, either on screen or scrolled just off screen.

We fixed an issue where some documents failed to load after using some web add-ins.

We fixed an issue where sharing settings between OMEX and ExCatalog were no longer possible such as for web add-in settings updates to the webextension.xml since a new webextension file is created. The previous one was only accessed when the Add-in was deployed in the original method or the new solution reference comparison was turned off.

We fixed an issue where the sensitivity labels configured to apply the Encrypt-Only encryption policy were shown in the Sensitivity dropdown menu when they shouldn’t have been.

We fixed an issue where Office applications reported reliability problem.

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We fixed an issue where certain formula results were incorrect after opening a file.

We fixed an issue where using a cell reference in a formula caused users to experience high CPU usage.

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We fixed an issue where Word incorrectly redraws tables with preferred percentage width after breaking linked section headers.

We fixed an issue in Word where RTF formats of content had serious performance issues.

We fixed an issue with non-default ribbon configurations that can lead to the Style Gallery to not function.

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Addresses an issue where, under rare circumstances, Excel could stop responding while calculating a workbook.

Excel was clearing out the value for HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREMicrosoftOfficeCommonUserInfoCompany in non-MSI installs of Office. We have fixed this issue which primarily affected customers using non-MSI versions of Office.

Fixed an issue where Word sometimes displays a border around text that should not be there.

Fixed an issue where character spacing increases for specific fonts when rotating them 90 degrees.

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We fixed an issue where chart axis values cannot be changed if both the thousand and decimal separators use the same symbol.

We fixed an issue where localized function names will be recognized when opening CSV files.

Fixed an issue when saving as Xml Data (.xml) from workbooks containing Xml Map.

We fixed an issue where a blank duplicate window will be opened when legacy add-ins are enabled.

Fixed a problem where the Analysis ToolPak add-in did not work with certain Automation Security settings.

We fixed an issue that prevented Outlook from booting after using “Send To->Mail Recipient” from the Windows Explorer.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to download protected attachments.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be able to download protected voice mail files.

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We fixed an issue in which changes might not be be saved in a rare situation when coauthoring.

We fixed an issue where a saved workbook would appear at the top of the Recent list when saving to an SPO document library.

We fixed an issue where a user was unable to enter credentials into a Windows Security dialog to open a file because of an obstructive PowerPoint-specific dialog.

We fixed an issue to ensure that a file saved using the Retry Save button on the bus bar is added to the Recent List.

We fixed an issue where Word may not be responding during proofing.

We fixed an issue when updating Fields in Word.

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Insert your iPhone photos directly into Office: HEIC pictures from your phone now insert seamlessly into Office. No conversion required.See details in blog post

Create variables to use in formulas: Improve performance, readability, and composability with the LET function. This function allows you to create named variables in new or pre-existing formulas. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Save to Pinned Folders: Pin your folders makes saving Office files easier. We received feedback that users want more control over the folders available when a new file is saved. We’re excited to bring a new capability to you: pin your folders in the Save dialog. This new capability will make saving your Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files easier. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Lasso and eraser in Ink Toolbox: When using the drawing tools, the lasso and the eraser are now available in the Ink Toolbox.See details in blog post

Make polished Visio diagrams in Excel: Create data-driven diagrams like flowcharts or organizational charts from data in a worksheet. Learn more

Make a PDF connection: Connect to, import, refresh data from a PDF. Learn more

Get Organization Data from Power BI using Data Types: Excel data types from Power BI are now rolling out to Insiders in organizations with Office 365 / Microsoft 365 and the Power BI Pro service plan. Getting the information you need and easily refreshing it is critical to many everyday workflows. We’re giving you access to your company or organization information from Power BI as a data type in Excel, which expands your ability to bring in linked information in your spreadsheets. Learn moreSee details in blog post

AMSI integration with Office for XLM macros: AMSI is an open interface available on Windows 10 for applications to request, at runtime, a synchronous scan of a memory buffer by an installed antivirus or security solution. When malicious activity is detected, the user is notified by Excel, and the application session is shut down to avoid any further damage. This can stop an attack in its tracks, protecting both the device and user. See details in blog post.

Create PivotTables from Datasets in Power BI within Excel: You can create PivotTables in Excel that are connected to datasets stored in Power BI with a few clicks. Doing this allows you get the best of both PivotTables and Power BI. Calculate, summarize, and analyze your data with PivotTables from your secure Power BI datasets. Learn more

Incident Notification for IT Admins: Microsoft 365 tenant global administrators and Office Apps Administrators will be notified about Outlook and O365 Exchange incidents affecting their users with a new right-side panel notification in Outlook for Windows. Learn more

Insert your iPhone photos directly into Office: HEIC pictures from your phone now insert seamlessly into Office. No conversion required.See details in blog post

Search conference rooms with specific characteristics that are needed for your meeting: Filter for rooms based on your group size, the features you require, and the floor it is located on under the Capacity, Features, and Floor fields.

Help protect data in your group: The Sensitivity label you choose when creating a group is applied to group email, documents, and team sites.

Create polls in Outlook with Quick Poll: Easily create a poll, collect votes, and view results within an email Learn more

Search for it the way you’d say it: Use everyday language like “vet appointment last week” to filter and narrow your search. Learn more

Quickly reopen items from previous session: We added an option to quickly reopen items from a previous Outlook session. Whether Outlook crashes or you close it, you’ll now be able to quickly relaunch items when you reopen the app. This feature is on by default. To turn it off, go to Options > General > Start up Options.

Improved links in email: When you include a link to a file, the file name replaces the URL. You can change permissions so all recipients have access. Learn moreSee details in blog post

All of your drawing tools in one location: We have updated the Draw Tab pen toolbox to include lasso and eraser, bringing together the tools you use with ink.See details in blog post

Insert your iPhone photos directly into Office: HEIC pictures from your phone now insert seamlessly into Office. No conversion required.See details in blog post

Save to Pinned Folders: Pin your folders makes saving Office files easier. We received feedback that users want more control over the folders available when a new file is saved. We’re excited to bring a new capability to you: pin your folders in the Save dialog. This new capability will make saving your Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files easier. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Save to Pinned Folders: Pin your folders makes saving Office files easier. We received feedback that users want more control over the folders available when a new file is saved. We’re excited to bring a new capability to you: pin your folders in the Save dialog. This new capability will make saving your Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files easier. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Insert your iPhone photos directly into Office: HEIC pictures from your phone now insert seamlessly into Office. No conversion required.See details in blog post

Lasso and eraser in Ink Toolbox: When using the drawing tools, the lasso and the eraser are now available in the Ink Toolbox. Learn moreSee details in blog post

We fixed an issue when using DAO from non-Office applications would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

Fixed an issue where in some cases running a SQL Server pass through query could result in an error message indicating that there was an “invalid cursor state”.

We fixed an issue where users were getting an error dialog “Invalid cursor state”.

Fixed an issue where disabled commands in the Office Ribbon would only have the icon grayed out but not the text in Dark Gray Office Theme.

We fixed an issue that broke some legacy Excel 4.0 and Excel 5.0 macros as well as some VBA calls to dialogsheets.show.

Fixed an issue where some automation add-ins for Excel unable to load.

We fixed an issue which removes extra padding that appeared on Pareto charts and reduced the available charting space.

Fixed an issue where Excel might close unexpectedly when using the “Show Values As” menu for a PivotTable.

We fixed an issue that prevented users from exporting an Excel workbook to PDF.

Fixed an issue where extra entries appeared in the Excel Add-in list for some users.

We fixed an issue where an implicit operator (@) symbol would be added to the formula with a reference to an empty range and potentially give the incorrect result.

We fixed an issue that caused the Status Bar to not indicate a Ready state for some users.

We fixed an issue which caused images to be smaller than expected when using the Paste Linked Picture option.

We fixed an issue that caused some PivotTable formatting to corrupt the workbook when saving to the .xls or .xlt format.

We fixed an issue that caused date formatting to be displayed incorrectly on some languages when using Add-ins.

We fixed an issue that was preventing the ability to paste as formulas on a protected sheet.

We fixed an issue that caused Dynamic Arrays to not update cell values when referenced by RealTimeData functions.

We fixed an issue which data validation could be applied to cells unexpectedly after adding rows to a table on another sheet.

We fixed an issue where the DialogSheets show function was not working on 32-bit versions of Excel

Fixed an issue where Excel may leave macros disabled without prompting when opening an Excel Add-in file containing Excel 4.0 Macros.

Fixed an issue where Excel would incorrectly show a message bar that a new version of the file is available and force the user to save their changes in a copy of the workbook or discard their changes.

Fixed an issue where some users would incorrectly see a message bar informing them of a new version of a file when coauthoring.

Fixed an issue where Excel would fail to launch or close unexpectedly if certain Windows Security exploit protection settings (SimExec, CallerCheck) are in use.

We fixed an issue by increasing the number of properties that can show in the property AutoComplete drop down to 256 properties.

We fixed an issue by improving the error message when refreshing Power BI data types and the user does not have access to some of the data types.

This change addresses an issue with properly displaying fonts within equations.

Fixed an issue where read-only books would no longer refresh pivot table data when opened.

This change provides a fix for the following issue: Excel “Insert Object” does not show correct icon when inserts a file from OneDrive local sync folder.

Fixed an editing issue where using IME with Overwrite mode would incorrectly advance extra characters.

Fixed an issue when using real time data in conjunction with multithreaded recalc functionality.

Fixed an issue where Excel would close unexpectedly when opening UNC files that have invalid file attributes (creation time, modified time, etc.)

We fixed an issue where decimal and thousands separators settings would not carry over when copying a chart from Excel and pasting into Word or PowerPoint.

We fixed an issue where the performance of running a macro involving PivotTable range formatting would get worse each time the macro is run.

We fixed an issue where conditional formatting rules were dropped when copying or moving sheets to another workbook.

We fixed an issue where users were unable to apply sensitivity labels to Excel files when the start screen on app boot was disabled.

We fixed an issue in opening cloud file from OneDrive sync folder.

We fixed an issue where Excel would stop responding after selecting a data series in a chart.

We fixed an issue that caused the sender’s address to be displayed as a LegacyExchangeDN when resending an email.

Addressed an issue which caused Outlook to stop working sporadically when adding or saving attachments.

We fixed an issue that caused users to get connectivity errors when the internal and external EWS endpoints are different and the call to the internal endpoint fails.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be unable to grant Editor permission to their delegates.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience Outlook to close unexpectedly in certain search scenarios.

We fixed an issue that caused users that have Shared or Delegated Mailboxes with large hierarchies in their profile to encounter unresponsiveness.

Addressed an issue that caused some automatically generated emails to be sent with a blank body when the subject line is blank.

Addressed an issue that caused delegates to see intermittent failures when opening shared folders in another mailbox.

Addressed an issue that caused some users to observe Outlook unexpectedly starting in an offline state.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience the application to terminate unexpectedly when selecting a search result.

This enables end users to configure Outlook to add an online meeting to every meeting they create.

We fixed an issue that caused users of the Shared Calendar improvements to be unable to set a calendar’s color to yellow or brown.

We fixed and issue that caused users to see duplicate calendar groups appearing after creating a new group.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see newly added calendars disable in the navigation pane until after Outlook had been restarted.

We fixed an issue that caused the original attendees of some meetings to receive a cancellation when another attendee forwards the meeting.

We fixed an issue that caused some customers to encounter unresponsiveness while loading their calendars.

Addressed an issue that caused Search to return no results when searching uncached shared calendars.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experience the app to shut down when closing message windows.

We fixed an issue that caused Outlook closed unexpectedly when idle.

We fixed an issue that caused the To field to be blank when sending a status report on a task.

We fixed an issue that caused the MailItem.BeforeAttachmentAdd event to be broken.

We fixed an issue that caused the app to sometimes close unexpectedly when users were searching in Outlook.

We fixed an issue that caused Cloud Settings users to experience a unexpected close when updating settings.

We fixed an issue that caused an edited signature to fail to save after prompting the user to do so.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to see no signatures in the signatures drop down despite having one or more signatures configured.

We fixed an issue that caused Cloud Settings not to be turned on for users by default.

We fixed an issue that caused changes to a user’s signature to fail to save.

We fixed an issue that caused Outlook to create a second empty signature for people who had cloud settings enabled.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see more signatures than expected.

We fixed an issue that caused users to see signatures containing unicode content to get damaged.

We fixed an issue that caused issues with displaying the correct default signature in OWA.

We fixed an issue that caused users of the Cloud Settings feature to see customized settings overridden by default setting after configuring Outlook on a new device.

We fixed an issue that prevented the cloud settings option from being enabled when selected by a user.

Fixed an issue where end users and administrators were unable to turn on Cloud Settings.

We fixed an issue that caused users of inline translation to be unable to submit feedback.

We fixed an issue that caused ZeroConfigExchange to fail to work properly on Hybrid Azure AD joined machines connected to an external network.

We fixed an issue that caused users of custom domains to see a warning message about permissions when pasting a link into an email message.

We fixed an issue that caused the headers of Chinese messages to be unreadable when replying or forwarding.

We fixed an issue that caused Chinese characters to get changed to question marks when saving as an OFT file.

We added a regkey that allows customers to disable filetime inclusion for attachments in IDataObject operations (i.e. drag drop, clipboard).Registry Key:

We fixed an issue that caused inline images to disappear when replying to a message with a protection label from Azure Information Protection.

We fixed an issue that caused the encryption icon to fail to display on emails sent using the encryption only option.

We fixed an issue that caused mails to be sent as digitally signed after the user unchecked that option.

We added a registry key that disables the new Room Finder experience (the same experience as in Outlook for Web) and enables the legacy Room Finder with Suggested Times.Registry Key:

We fixed an issue that caused SmartLinks to lose their formatting when saved to drafts.

We fixed an issue to provide a user a way to customize justification text when overriding a policy.

Fixed an issue with copy/paste of an equation from Word to PowerPoint.

Fixed an issue where disabled commands in the Office Ribbon would only have the icon grayed out but not the text in Dark Gray Office Theme.

This change addresses an issue with path fills when applying Merge Shapes operations with certain geometries.

This change addresses an issue with properly displaying fonts within equations.

We fixed an issue related to linked pictures.

This change addresses an issue with handling errors that may occur during video loading.

We have fixed an issue where font size command, added in QAT, auto completes to the nearest defined font size while updating it.

We fixed an issue where Forms content add-in doesn’t render after insertion until user clicks to another slide to make it show.

We fixed an issue that disabled IRM protections when opening a PowerPoint file in Protected View.

We fixed an issue where, in some cases, Excel object embedded within PowerPoint presentation was not being displayed as expected.

We have fixed a VBA issue where Slide.Shapes.AddMediaObject2 would unexpectedly close with legacy video formats (MPG-1,Mpeg-2).

We fixed an issue where there is an error when saving the file after duplicating a slide that contains a newly recorded audio.

Fixed an issue causing slow coauthoring on files containing large numbers of a certain data object type (E2o).

Fix to address a an issue when using IRM/protected documents during a merge error.

This is a fix for an issue where the save prompt shows in a loop when closing the document when there is an add-in that listens to PresentationBeforeClose event and checks Presentation.Saved property as a part of the event handler.

Fixed an issue where some corrupt PowerPoint files were not opening correctly, even after a document repair operation.

We fixed an issue where certain users were not able to add Forms extension to PowerPoint presentations.

We fixed an issue where the store is updated to version 1.0.0.2 to support central deployment. The user will need to update the version info in PowerPoint to access the store.

Fixed an issue where copy and paste of a slide with ‘keep source formatting’ option would sometimes copy over a new slide master unexpectedly.

Fixed an issue that could cause the application to close unexpectedly if a document save failed.

Addresses an issue where selecting a Design Idea removes the presentation’s Data Classification Label, in certain cases.

Fixed an issue where when you save a project from PWA to a local mpp file, the ProjectBeforeTaskChangeEvent fires for data that wasn’t actually changed by the user.

Fixed an issue where the NewVal in the ProjectBeforeTaskChange event doesn’t have the correct value if a lag is changed within a Task Form type view.

Fixed an issue where if you have eventing code running and try to make changes through a Task Form view, clicking the OK button may not commit the changes.

Fixed an issue where Project may terminate unexpectedly when opening files where resource contours were specified in a certain manner.

Fixed an issue where specific projects could be opened if there was an issue with the project file in a specific part of load.

Fixed an issue where borders weren’t showing up for tasks in the Team Planner view.

Fixed an issue where you drag and drop wasn’t working for tasks in the Team Planner view.

Fixed an issue where when a cost resource was assigned to a milestone task, baseline cost didn’t rollup correctly.

Fixed an issue where if you create a custom field formula which uses the ProjectDate*/ProjectDur* functions and if the second parameter is the Date(), Now() or Time() date and time functions, then a #ERROR results.

Fixed an issue where the resource pool becomes unresponsive and can’t be opened.

We fixed an issue related to missing results on entering search keywords in shape search.

We fixed an issue where users will be able to create straight lines using connectors in Visio for Office 365 for both custom Visio stencils and in-built templates.

Fixed an issue with copy/paste of an equation from Word to PowerPoint.

Fixed an issue where disabled commands in the Office Ribbon would only have the icon grayed out but not the text in Dark Gray Office Theme.

This change addresses an issue with the cursor when editing a document.

Fixed an issue related to unresponsiveness of the application when inserting Online Pictures.

Fixed an issue with colors applied to icons and SVG graphics with 3D effects.

We fixed an issue where copy and paste styles may not be same in pasted text.

We fixed an issue relating to copy and paste.

We fixed an issue with Narrator which may skips over a paragraph.

Fixed an issue in Wordmail where someone cannot send this item’ when the 2084th character in a link is an escaped character.

We fixed an issue with typing at the end of a hidden paragraph may result in application hang.

We fixed an issue with Rich text content controls.

We fixed an issue which removes limit on size of strings allowed for content controls.

We fixed an issue with Style Gallery dialog.

We fixed an issue in resolving conflicts while in coauthoring.

We fixed an issue related to editing OLE object.

We fixed an issue which document styles are replaced with other styles from the template.

Fixed an assert bug exposed by optimized gates affecting Word.

We fixed an issue in opening cloud file from OneDrive sync folder.

Fixed an issue that could cause the application to close unexpectedly if a document save failed.

Fixed user switching data scenario when user switches between Active Directory Identities from the Me control in Office applications.

Before this change, Office templates were displaying even if GPO for disabling them was turned on. With this change, templates now honor the GPO correctly and display/hide as requested.

We fixed an issue that was causing a failure when trying to save files that have transitioned from syncbacked to server-only.

Fixed an issue where trying to do a SaveAs would fail in certain scenarios.

We fixed an issue where SaveRequestManagerCam was causing the application to close instead of returning an error.

Fixed the file closing sequence so that all the interdependent components are closed gracefully.

Fixed an issue of file would be opened as NOT SyncBacked when url from cache and url from OneDrive does NOT match.

Fixed an issue when open placeholder files. Office was non-responsive to open the sync-backed file.

Fixed an issue where users are unable to save file when open a previously opened file with edits not saved but now the file has been deleted. After the fix, users will get a friendly message to inform them that the file is deleted, thus user can choose to discard changes, or SaveAs the file.

Fixed an issue related to file unable to rename if open SyncBacked file offline.

Fixed an issue Word, Powerpoint and Excel would fail to open cloud document if rolling back to a previous build.

Fixed an issue where an error would occur when copy/paste text from a comment into Excel.

Fixed an issue where Dictation was disabled for GCC users.

Fixed an issue that could happen when using narrator within text that contains math equations.

When the user prints any document/file on inkjet printers from Office and printer’s ink is low, “Toner Low” or “No Toner” message will show, even though inkjet printers don’t have toners. Changing message to display “Toner/ink Low” & “No toner/ink”.

Fixed an issue that could sometimes lead to text in Outlook becoming transparent and thereby not legible.

Fixed an issue that caused Word to close unexpectedly while printing long documents.

Fixed an issue where installing a newer version of Office over certain older versions can result in impaired functionality (such as being unable to use Power Query) due to missing registry entries.

Fixed an issue where Microsoft 365 Endpoint data loss prevention was unable to classify Office documents on disk.

We fixed a reliability issue related to support of Office apps running in session 0.

We fixed an issue with the Compress Picture dialog not retaining certain user settings.

Fixed an issue related to media controller event notifications.

Fixed an issue related to media player engine timing.

This change addresses an issue related to opening files containing legacy diagrams.

Optimized binary size.

This change addresses an issue with SVG fallback proxy resulting in access violations.

Anaheim WebView does not support Windows Information Protection (WIP) yet. With this fix Office addin platform falls back to down level WebView in WIP enabled environment. That can be either Edge Spartan WebView or Trident WebView depending on customer’s machine environment. Both down level WebViews support WIP.

Fixed an issue that prevented successful open of a file in Office.

Fixed an issue where documents containing Sketched outlines applied to connectors via Format Painter could become corrupted.

Fixing a bug an issue where copy/paste in Skype for Business messages resulted in a dialog displaying, “Something went wrong when pasting your content”.

Fixed an issue where Office templates turned on even with GPO placed disable request.

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We fixed an issue where, in some cases, Excel object embedded within PowerPoint presentation was not being displayed as expected.

We fixed an issue where certain users were not able to add Forms extension to PowerPoint presentations

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Fixed an issue where extra entries appeared in the Excel Add-in list for some users.

We fixed an issue that caused the Status Bar to not indicate a Ready state for some users.

Fixed an issue where numbering and indents were lost when pasting text with custom styles.

Fixed an issue which removes limit on size of strings allowed for content controls.

Before this change, Office templates were displaying even if GPO for disabling them was turned on. With this change, templates now honor the GPO correctly and display/hide as requested.

Fixed a rare issue where opening files from SharePoint Online could be unnecessarily delayed by Licensing and Digital Rights Management experiencing timeouts.

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Fixed an issue where some automation add-ins for Excel unable to load.

We fixed an issue that was preventing the ability to paste as formulas on a protected sheet.

We made a fix to improve performance while switching between sheets or scrolling with accessibility focus tracking turned on.

Resolved an issue where inking could cause Excel to become unresponsive.

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We fixed an issue that caused some PivotTable formatting to corrupt the workbook when saving to the .xls or .xlt format.

We fixed an issue where some notes were unexpectedly shown when opening a workbook.

We fixed an issue that caused users that have Shared or Delegated Mailboxes with large hierarchies in their profile to encounter hangs.

We fixed an issue that caused some users to experiences an unexpected closure when syncing their mailbox.

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Fixed an issue that could cause the application to close unexpectedly if a document save failed.

Addresses an issue where selecting a Design Idea removes the presentation’s Data Classification Label, in certain cases

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Fixed an issue where Excel would close unexpectedly when opening UNC files that have invalid file attributes (creation time, modified time, etc.)

We fixed an issue where decimal and thousands separators settings would not carry over when copying a chart from Excel and pasting into Word or PowerPoint.

We fixed an issue where the performance of running a macro involving PivotTable range formatting would get worse each time the macro is run.

We fixed an issue where conditional formatting rules were dropped when copying or moving sheets to another workbook.

We fixed an issue where users were unable to apply sensitivity labels to Excel files when the start screen on app boot was disabled.

We fixed an issue in opening cloud file from OneDrive sync folder.

We have fixed an issue where font size command, added in QAT, auto completes to the nearest defined font size while updating it.

Fixed an issue where copy and paste of a slide with ‘keep source formatting’ option would sometimes copy over a new slide master unexpectedly

We fixed an issue in Track Changes which sometimes opening Word document might display error dialog.

We fixed an issue in opening cloud file from OneDrive sync folder.

Fixed an issue that prevented successful open of a file in Office.

Fixed an issue where documents containing Sketched outlines applied to connectors via Format Painter could become corrupted.

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Be more productive working in Query Designer, SQL view, and the Relationships window: Right-click a table to open, design, size, and hide it. Search and replace text in SQL View. Select multiple tables in the Relationships window.

Add tables with fewer clicks: Use the Add Tables task pane, which stays open while you work, to add tables to relationships and queries. Learn more

Your favorite Excel functions just got faster: The SUMIFS, AVERAGEIFS, COUNTIFS, MAXIFS, and MINIFS functions are much faster than ever before. Get to the bottom line more quickly. Try one now.

Realtimedata (RTD) improvements: In Office 365 version 2002 monthly channel and later, Excel’s RealTimeData (RTD) function is much faster than Excel 2010 calculating data in the spreadsheet. We removed bottlenecks in its underlying memory and data structures as well as made it thread-safe to allow it to be calculated on all available threads of Multithreaded recalculation (MTR).

Improved map charts: We’ve made map charts better by integrating them with Excel’s Geographic Data Types, which can reveal rich information about your mapped locations. Learn more

Pick the perfect color: Use hex color codes to choose exactly the color you want for your font, text highlight, and more.See details in blog post

Pick the perfect color: Use hex color codes to choose exactly the color you want for your font, text highlight, and more.See details in blog post

Calendar gets a makeover: See visual updates that make your calendar easier to scan. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Shared calendar updates just got faster: For shared calendars in Office 365, Outlook can update these calendars using the REST API. Turn on the preview for faster and more reliable updates to shared calendars.

Drag email to a group you own: Move and copy messages and conversations by dragging them from your inbox. Messages you drag will be shared with all group members.See details in blog post

Join meetings without leaving your inbox: No need to switch to your calendar to join online meetings. With the Calendar pinned to the To-Do pane, user accounts hosted on Exchange Server 2019 or Exchange Online can join any meeting with just one click. Learn more

New experience for captive wifi networks: Have you ever joined a wifi network that required a web page to sign in with? Outlook now detects this and helps you get connected.See details in blog post

Get email suggestions when you search for a person: When you type a person’s name in the Search box, the most relevant email messages will be included with your search suggestions. Learn more

Better results—in a jiffy: We’ve updated the Search experience to make it smarter, faster, and more reliable than ever. Learn more

GIFs in a jiffy: One slide, one frame. Easily create looping GIFs in PowerPoint. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Link to a slide: Ask a colleague to contribute to your slide deck, and start them directly on the slide you need help with. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Pick the perfect color: Use hex color codes to choose exactly the color you want for your font, text highlight, and more.See details in blog post

Improved map charts: We’ve made map charts better by integrating them with Excel’s Geographic Data Types, which can reveal rich information about your mapped locations. Learn more

Better diagrams: With better connectors and a smoother ink conversion process you can ink your ideas more confidently. Learn more

Improved Stream video performance in PowerPoint: We’ve made improvements to the playback performance of Microsoft Stream videos to minimize video loading time and create a smooth viewing experience. Use your corporate videos from Microsoft Stream to create better presentations.

Get their attention with @mentions: Use @mentions in comments to let co-workers know when you need their input. Learn more

Synchronize changes while you are presenting: Synchronize changes whenever they are made even when the presentation is in slide show mode. Learn moreSee details in blog post

Comments: The new commenting experience in PowerPoint allows you to quickly and easily discover and add comments to your documents. Modernize your collaboration workflows with new features like comment anchoring, resolve, tasks, improved mention notifications, and much more. Learn more

Lasso your ink: The Lasso tool on the Draw tab helps you select objects drawn with ink. Select individual strokes, or whole words. Learn more

Pick the perfect color: Use hex color codes to choose exactly the color you want for your font, text highlight, and more.See details in blog post

Improved map charts: We’ve made map charts better by integrating them with Excel’s Geographic Data Types, which can reveal rich information about your mapped locations. Learn more

Confirmation of action in screen readers: Confirmation of action is an important accessibility requirement. With the introduction of a new Notification API from Windows, we are now able to alert screen reader users about the success of their actions. Cut, copy, paste, bold, italic, underline, undo, redo, auto corrections, and auto-capitalizations are now all announced to Narrator users in Win32 Word. To enable this feature, turn on Narrator by pressing windows + ctrl + enter.See details in blog post

Fixed an issue where the application would close unexpectedly when using Zoom window.

This fix addresses the issue where trying to run certain queries have previously produced the error message ‘Query is too complex’.

This change fixes an issue that could cause Access to to close unexpectedly when launching the Zoom box (Shift + F2) to edit text.

Resolved an issue with inserting linked SQL tables that include an identity (e.g. autonumber) field.

We fixed an issue where query execution was taking approximately twice as long to complete than expected.

Fixed an issue to be able to call the Date/Time Extended data type into your code without experiencing any issues in your app.

Fixed an issue so you can now revert back to your most updated Access version, and use DAO/VBA to manage and edit a decimal data type.

We fixed an error issue when trying to use ODBC DSN builder

This issue has been resolved – you can now use our ODBC driver outside of Office’s Click-to-Run applications.

Automatic document classification may have occurred for workbooks that were in read-only mode.

Fixed an issue that could happen when trying to create a data connection if you have signed out from your account.

Fixed a bug with PivotDateFilter APIs in which ‘Before’ and ‘After’ filter conditions were reversed.

Addressed an issue where Excel may close unexpectedly when attempting to insert PivotTables into a chart sheet.

Fixed an issue where pivot tables could not be edited and workbooks could not be saved if they were exported from Project plan.

An error could occur when trying to save a file that contains a formula using the LET() function.

We fixed an issue where in some cases, multiple message bars were appearing when a file was opened in read-only mode.

We fixed an issue where outline sub-totals could stop working when there were many duplicate column header values.

Fixed an issue where read-only books would no longer refresh pivot table data when opened.

This change provides a fix for the following issue: Excel “Insert Object” does not show correct icon when inserts a file from OneDrive local sync folder.

We fixed an issue where Excel would stop working when there is a Group Policy Object update (e.g. via Remote Group Policy Refresh) during multithreaded recalc.

We fixed an issue where Excel would stop working when users use the subtotal function on more than 255 columns.

Improved text kerning in PowerPoint when when content is copied from Excel and pasted into PowerPoint with the Embed option.

Fixed an issue that would prevent switching from Table Preview and the Query Editor in PowerPivot.

We fixed an issue where a user was unable to open atomsvc (UTF8+BOM) file from SharePoint, directly.

Fixed an issue where customers would incorrectly get notified about a new version of the file when coauthoring.

Fixed an editing issue where using IME with Overwrite mode would incorrectly advance extra characters.

Fixed an issue when using real time data in conjunction with multithreaded recalc functionality.

Fixes an issue where Excel would fail to launch or crash unexpectedly if certain Windows Security exploit protection settings (SimExec, CallerCheck) are in use

Fixed an issue where Excel could close unexpectedly in certain circumstances when using the Format Painter.

We fixed an issue where users could not modify a PivotTable filter because it was set to a value that was no longer present in an Analysis Services database.

Fixed an issue where Excel could close unexpectedly when using the Quick Analysis after freezing the top row of the sheet.

We fixed an issue where certain functions would have an incorrect result after loading a workbook.

We fixed an issue where the application would terminate unexpectedly which was related to XLAM add-in references and named ranges.

We fixed an issue where using a macro to set the FormulaR1C1 property for a range, the cell references would be incorrect if a chart sheet was the active sheet.

Fixed an issue which could cause an error that “Excel ran out of resources while attempting to calculate one or more formulas”.

Fixed an issue when the Office language was set to Spanish, in which data validation lists may not show all the items in the list.

We fixed an issue which could cause a hang when refreshing OLAP PivotTables.

Fixed an issue which caused CustomUI XML for a custom ribbon tab to be removed when saving to SharePoint/OneDrive.

Fixed an issue where Excel could become unresponsive after using Ctrl+Shift+Arrow keys to scroll when the Excel window is shared through Teams.

Fixed an issue where in some cases, clicking a hyperlink to a place within the same workbook will cause the workbook to be hidden.

Application.Evaluate (VBA) was not working for User-defined functions in some cases.

Workbooks saved with a digital signature in Excel 2016 could have the signature invalidated upon opening in the current version of Excel.

Fixed an issue which would cause Excel to close unexpectedly in some cases after copying a sheet containing a PivotTable.

Fixed an issue where the external link stops working after the file is reopened if the file path is too long.

Fixed an issue when using real time data in conjunction with multithreaded recalc functionality could cause the application to close unexpectedly.

Addressed an issue where external links don’t update on fill if the source book is closed.

Fixed an issue that could cause a warning about a corrupt workbook if it contained formulas using IFNA().

We fixed an issue where Power Pivot will now successfully recognize tab delimiter.

Inform users through the InfoBar about temporary adjustments in Microsoft OneNote that will help improve sync and service availability during high worldwide usage.

Improved sync and service stability by temporarily adjusting sync frequency in OneNote.

Improved detection of co-authoring status to reduce resource utilization.

Improved sync and service stability by temporarily altering how frequently page version histories are created.

Improved sync and service stability by temporarily reducing the maximum allowable size of new embedded attachments to 50MB in OneNote. For files that exceed this limit, users will have the option of uploading the file to OneDrive and inserting a link into OneNote.

Improved sync and service stability by temporarily disabling in-app video recording in OneNote. Local notebooks are not impacted by this measure.

Improved sync and service stability by temporarily disabling moving pages into the recycle bin. Users who want to delete a page will instead be shown a dialog asking if they’d want to permanently delete the page.

We fixed an issue where the spelling menu was not loading.

We fixed an issue where optional connected experiences blocked web add-ins from loading. See more detail here: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/office/blogs/outlook-add-ins-and-optional-connected-experiences/

We fixed an issue where users can now disable IRM (Information Rights Management) for Outlook without having to disable it for the rest of the Office applications.

We fixed an issue that caused users to be unable to grant Editor permission to their delegates.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience the application to terminate unexpectedly when selecting a search result.

Fixes an issue that caused users who attempted to create a meeting request from a secondary account added to their profile to not see a blank From: field instead of their email address.

Fixes an issue that caused users to be unable to connect to Public Folders after adding a shared mailbox.

Addressed an issue that caused meetings to fail to be removed from a manager’s calendar when declined by a delegate in some circumstances.

Addressed an issue that prevented some users of the Shared Calendar Improvements feature from being able to view a newly-added shared calendar.

Addresses an issue that caused users to be unable to close shared calendars by clicking on the “X” in the corner.

Addresses an issue that caused the “Turn on shared calendar improvements” setting to sometimes fail to apply to existing shared calendars.

We fixed an issue that caused searches in Group calendars fail to return any results.

Fixes an issue that caused users to experience occasional closures when interacting with Cloud attachments.

Addressed an issue that caused users of CLP to experience an issue when switching the from address on a reply from a protected context to an unprotected one.

Addresses an issue that caused users to see an error on the safelinks page instead of the document they were trying to open when opening a cloud attachment.

Addressed an issue where Outlook failed to enable Data Loss Protection policy tips people for users who had paid for the service who are on M365 Business Plus plans.

Addressed an issue with the clp auditing event for the reply/forward label.

Addressed an issue that caused the width of the folder pane to change unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue that caused the To: field to be empty when sending a status report on a Task.

We fixed an issue that caused the MailItem.BeforeAttachmentAdd event to be broken.

Addressed an issue that caused users to see the creation date of attachments that they copied to their file system via drag and drop getting set to January 1, 4501.

Addressed an issue that caused users of some character sets to see file names display incorrectly when adding a Smart Link to a SharePoint file.

Addressed an issue that caused users to see the “The rules on this computer do not match the rules on Microsoft Exchange” message when updating their rules in Outlook.

Addressed an issue that caused Outlook to fail to retrieve search suggestions.

Addressed an issue that caused users of the Shared Calendar improvements to see calendar failures.

Addressed an issue that caused users to experience intermittent hangs and closures in some scenarios.

Addressed an issue which caused users to experience an issue when deleting 4 or more emails from a POP account with the “Download Headers Only” option selected.

Addressed an issue that caused delegates to see intermittent failures when opening shared folders in another mailbox.

Addressed an issue that caused some automatically generated emails to be sent with a blank body when the subject line is blank.

Addressed an issue that caused the “Allow Forwarding” option to be missing from shared calendar meeting “Response Options” when Download Shared folder was NOT checked.

Addressed an issue that caused delegates to receive an error when editing an existing calendar appointment on a manager’s calendar.

Addressed an issue that caused users to experience an issue in third party MAPI applications.

Addressed an issue that caused Outlook to close unexpectedly when opening .msg or .oft files that were saved locally after a Windows update.

Addressed an issue that caused Outlook to close unexpectedly on some builds of Windows.

Addressed an issue that caused users of Windows 10 server versions to see the warning “Antivirus status: Invalid. This version of Windows supports antivirus detection, but no antivirus was found” despite having anti virus correctly installed.

We fixed an issue that was causing some users to experience the application to close unexpectedly when sending Outlook mail from applications other than Outlook.

Addresses a performance issue with attachment upload.

Addressed an issue that caused users to see Outlook continuously prompt them to run the Inbox Repair tool.

Addressed an issue that caused users to occasionally experience an issue when using the “X” button on their mouse.

Addressed an issue that caused users to be unable to save OneDrive attachments from outside their tenant to their local computer when selecting the “Save” option on the security dialog.

We fixed an issue that caused the headers of Chinese messages to get garbled when replying or forwarding.

Addressed an issue that caused the Scheduling Assistant page to fail to display.

Addressed an issue that caused some users to see the Scheduling Assistant page fail to display.

We fixed an issue that caused users to experience degraded performance when moving multiple mail items between folders in online mode.

We added a regkey that allows customers to disable filetime inclusion for attachments in IDataObject operations (i.e. drag drop, clipboard). HKCUSOFTWAREMicrosoftOffice16.0OutlookAttachments REG_DWORD IncludeFileTimesInDataObject 0 = filetimes are excluded 1 = (default) filetimes are included

We fixed an issue that caused inline images to disappear when replying to a message with a protection label from Azure Information Protection.

We fixed an issue that caused the user name to be displayed as a phone number when sending an Azure Protected Voicemail, causing Outlook Desktop users to be unable to open voicemails from external users.

We fixed an issue where setting up OME Configuration was adding an extraneous attachments on the mail item which was forcing Outlook to Encrypt the message even though the DecryptAttachmentsForEncryptOnly option was setup on the service side.

We fixed an issue that caused the Encrypt Only and Do Not Forward options to continue to be enabled in some scenarios despite being disabled by policy.

We fixed an issue that caused SmartLinks to lose their formatting when saved to drafts.

We fixed an issue to provide a user a way to customize justification text when overriding a policy.

We fixed an issue that caused Chinese characters to get changed to question marks when saving as an OFT file.

Addressed an issue that caused users to occasionally experience unexpected closures when retrieving persona information.

This fixes an issue that caused users to experience occasional application closures when editing recipients.

Fixes an issue that caused users to see anomalies when using the compact view.

Addressed an issue that caused outlook users to see issues with navigation in compact views.

Addressed an issue that caused the right-click context menu to fail to appear in the search controls.

Addresses an issue that caused users to receive the following error when replying to or composing new email, “Some of the files in this web page aren’t in the expected location. Do you want to download them anyway? If you’re sure the Web page is from a trusted source, click Yes”

Addresses an issue that caused users to experience a hang while exiting Outlook.

Addressed an issue that caused searching for a feature in Suggest a Feature to return no results and leave the user with no option to submit a new feature idea.

Addressed an issue that caused formatting problems in incident notification alerts.

Addressed an issue that caused users to experience sudden closures when submitting feedback from an Admin Notification.

We fixed an issue for copy and paste SVG image.

This change addresses an issue with Export to Animated GIF feature where clicking on Export button was not exporting.

We have fixed an issue where Forms content add-in doesn’t render after insertion until user click to another slide to make it show.

Security fix to address an issue that disabled IRM protections when opening a PowerPoint file in Protected View.

We have fixed a VBA issue where Slide.Shapes.AddMediaObject2 would unexpectedly close with legacy video formats (MPG-1,Mpeg-2).

We fixed an issue where linked excel chart incorrectly changes to excel sheet when user changes the source path to local OneDrive folder.

Fixed an issue when users have both modern and legacy comments in a file, thus triggering an upgrade on the comments.

We have fixed an issue with suggestion pane that may cause the application to close unexpectedly.

We have fixed an issue in Action Settings dialog which was causing the PowerPoint app to close unexpectedly.

We have fixed an issue with PowerPoint app that may cause it to close unexpectedly.

We fixed an issue due to which the feature ‘Welcome back! Pick up where you left off in the office’ was not working in the PowerPoint .

Fixed an issue where some corrupt PowerPoint files were not opening correctly, even after a document repair operation.

Fixed an issue where some corrupt PowerPoint files were not opening correctly, even after a document repair operation.

We fixed an issue where Slideshow in protected view was not working.

Fixed an issue where the task selected in the assign resources dialog isn’t the same as the task selected in the task board view.

Fixed an issue where if a resource had more than one cost rate table defined, remaining cost was not always calculated correctly.

Fixed an issue where the Project finish date isn’t getting updated for projects connected to SharePoint tasks list.

Fixed an issue where if you are using Project connected to Project Web App and the decimal separator is a comma, the TaskDependencies Add method fails when you try to add lag to a dependency.

Fixed an issue where task percent complete was incorrectly changing to a value less than 100% complete after it was marked complete.

Fixed an issue where the OnUndoOrRedo event doesn’t fire without first running the OpenUndoTransaction method.

Fixed an issue where summary task dates weren’t always getting calculated correctly.

Fixed an issue where the ProjectBeforeTaskChange event does not detect when a task has been inactivated/activated via the Inactivate button.

Fixed an issue when Predecessor/Successor data is edited within a Form view, an extra ProjectBeforeTaskChange event is fired.

Fixed an issue where Project may close unexpectedly when saving projects created with older versions of Project.

Fixed an issue where the user couldn’t enter time-phased Baseline Work when the setting to protect actual work is on.

Fixed an issue where you couldn’t save a PDF/XPS from Project to a SharePoint document library.

Fixed an issue where if you paste a task that has multiple dependencies, not all dependencies are copied correctly.

Fixed an issue where projects couldn’t be opened in the Project desktop client from Project Web App if the URL ended in .com.

Fixed an issue where the ProjectBeforeTaskChange event doesn’t fire when there is a change to the project summary task – either the project start/task field.

Fixed an issue where a task that is marked 100% complete is wrongly changing to be less than 100% complete.

Fixed an issue where Project may terminate unexpectedly on opening files where resource contours were specified in a certain manner.

Changed dancing emoticon skin tone to neutral color.

When a user is given a policy that moves them to Teams Only, they were still able to use the Skype for Business Outlook add-in to schedule meetings. After this update, you will no longer be able to schedule Skype for Business meetings after the client reads the policy indicating the user is Teams Only, and enters meeting join only mode. Additionally the Skype for Business Outlook Add-in will not activate itself while starting up if it sees the Skype for Business client is in meeting join only mode.

Fixes an issue where a user’s TLS-DSK certificate would not renew at the expected time, instead only renewing when less than 12 hours remain on its validity.

Fixes an issue where the Skype for Business UI shows as blank after signing in when Office is not yet licensed.

We fixed an issue that caused the Live preview to close unexpectedly on text alignment.

We fixed an issue where users will be able to create straight lines using connectors in Visio for Office 365 for both custom Visio stencils and in-built templates.

Resolved an issue opening Word documents from custom document delivery (aspx) when the URL contains a query component.

This change fixes an issue where Office applications can get stuck in a silent Save failure state after a previous coauthoring session.

Addresses an issue that caused users to experience an issue when replying to or composing new email.

Addressed an issue that caused users to occasionally experience an issue when using the “X” button on their mouse.

Fixes an issue that caused users to experience an issue when opening certain very large emails.

We fixed an issue where pasted numbered headings showed an additional indent.

We fixed an issue for copy and paste SVG image.

We fixed an issue where the user might lose content when resize a shape.

We fixed an issue which user might experience issues when opening a document.

We fixed an issue where long links were not being wrapped when saving document to HTML format.

We fixed an issue which the base styles are not updated with Normal style.

FIxes a bug with comment extensions where the comment reply would have the same extension as the parent comment.

We fixed an issue where if you reply to a parent comment that has unknown extensions in an extension list, the reply will get those same extensions.

Resolved an issue that may have caused the application to close unexpectedly when booting.

We fixed an issue with Outlook with message set to Do not forward.

We fixed an issue with Style Gallery dialog.

We fixed an issue where macro AutoOpen runs before AutoExec

Fixed an issue for the old, non-web service based Share pane, where upon closing the document while the Share pane is open could cause the application to close unexpectedly.

Fixed a timing issue that could cause the application to close unexpectedly when closing office files.

Addresses an issue that prevented users from importing SPO Lists when ADAL was disabled.

When the user prints any document/file on inkjet printers from Office and printer’s ink is low, “Toner Low” or “No Toner” message will show, even though inkjet printers don’t have toners. Changing message to display “Toner/ink Low” & “No toner/ink”.

We have resolved the ValidateInstall fail rate issue by setting the Bing Addon install validation to true by default and considering the MSI return success as an install success.

We backported a new AppV51 drop to fix a regression in previous AppV51.

Fixed a Click-to-Run issue which was resulting in update failure when trying to hard link symbolic links.

Addressed an issue for commercial customers who leverage System Center Configuration Manager or other management tool for the Office Update using Microsoft 365 Endpoint data loss prevention.

Fixed an issue that caused a runtime message to show even though the transition to the full product is complete. The fix for this issue was to ensure the service properly computed added products. We filtered out the newly added products (ensuring that they exist in the new configuration as well) and added them to the end of existing Product release IDs.

We fixed an issue where users were seeing the UI elements or content not being displayed under certain conditions, in particular with coming in and out of Presenter View or using multiple monitors.

This change addresses an issue related to opening files containing legacy diagrams.

This change addresses an issue with SVG fallback proxy resulting in access violations.

Fixes high CPU usage on idle with GIF/animated model3D

This change addresses potential hangs when loading and playing animated content such as GIFs or 3D models.

This change addresses a issue when launching Office apps due to failing to load d2d1.dll.

The office host was close unexpectedly in windows, when an add-in is being activated while the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerMainTabProcGrowth is set to zero. This change would fix this issue.

Fix an issue that the Messaging API for Office Add-ins is not working.

This update fixes an issue in Visual Basic for Applications in Microsoft Office where certain VBA projects that contain references to code libraries with DBCS characters in the library name or library path would be viewed by the Office application as corrupt on load.

This update fixes an issue in Microsoft Office where Visual Basic for Applications projects with references that are expected to be found by searching locations specified in the PATH environment variable may not be found properly at runtime, leading to VBA runtime errors.

This fix resolves an error which occurs preventing both restricting access and protecting files with a password simultaneously.

Resolved an issue that may have caused an unexpected closure when dragging some content from the app.

Version 2002 (Build 12527.21504)

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Version 1908 (Build 11929.20994)

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If you need help with an issue with using Office, we recommend that you post your question on Microsoft’s Answers forum or Tech Community, or you can contact support.

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