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Microsoft releases a new Office build 13714.2000 to the Office Insiders. The latest build comes for Windows users who are in the Office Beta Channel. Though there are no major changes in this build, the Government customers (GCC and GCC-H) can now apply sensitivity labels to the Office documents and emails sent through Outlook client.


The latest Office Insiders build 13714.2000 for Windows users also includes few fixes. Here is the list of new changes in this build.


Microsoft releases new Office Insider build 13714.20000 for Windows users in the Beta Channel


Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook

Government customers: Apply sensitivity labels to your documents and emails

Sensitivity labeling features are now available for customers in the GCC and GCC-H environments.



Notable fixes

  • We fixed an issue where certain charts using discontinuous ranges of cells would not load when files are re-opened.
  • We fixed an issue where Excel would fail to launch or crash unexpectedly if certain Windows Security exploit protection settings (SimExec, CallerCheck) are in use.



Notable fixes

  • We fixed an issue related to displaying emojis with color.



Notable fixes

  • We fixed an issue that prevented real-time typing and presence from being restored after loosing internet connectivity for a period of time.
  • We fixed an issue with coauthoring.


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