Microsoft has released a new update of Office Insider for Windows users. Fixed some bugs found in Excel, Outlook, and project, while no new feature came with the update.
Microsoft has released a new update for Microsoft Office users who have Windows operating system and have signed up for the Office Insider Program. In the Insider Program, where office is tested ahead of future innovations, users have the chance to have innovations and improvements before other users.
With 2102 (13721,20008), the last published update, no new features were introduced. The update was released only to fix some bugs found in Excel, Outlook, and Project.
Fixed a bug that caused Excel to shut down unexpectedly with this new update released by Microsoft. Fixed an issue in outlook that caused the encryption icon to not appear in encrypted emails. Along with the update, an error was also fixed in Microsoft Project that caused some long-named projects written in Cyrillic to not open.
Every week, Microsoft regularly releases updates to fix errors in Office programs and bring innovations.
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