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Latest Microsoft Office Build 14026 adds these new features and fixes



Last week, Microsoft released Office build 14014.20000 to the Office Insiders in the beta channel that adds data importing from dynamic arrays into Excel files. With this week's latest Microsoft Office build 14026 in the Beta Channel, the company adds two new features to Microsoft Office products.

 

The company also added a list of new fixes to the entire Microsoft Office Suite. For a complete list of new features and fixes (Changelog), continue reading further. You should be an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel to grab this build.

 

 

Latest Microsoft Office Build 14026 adds these new features and fixes

 

What's new in Microsoft Office Build 14026

If you are using Microsoft Visio Tool, you will now find it useful to use stencils with the latest AWS shapes. This new feature will help you to create diagrams and represent your AWS architecture more accurately.

 

Microsoft also adds an accessibility feature to Microsoft Outlook Client. While composing an email to large audiences or external users, accessibility violations will now be brought up to your attention, through a mailtip. Microsoft said that if you want to turn off this feature, navigate to File > Options > Ease Of Access > "Accessibility checker options" and select the "Run the accessibility checker only when I open it" option.

 

 

Notable fixes in Microsoft Office Build 14026

Outlook

  • Microsoft fixed an issue where using High Contrast mode for extended periods of time would cause Outlook to crash.

Excel

  • Microsoft fixed an issue that could cause Excel to crash when using Paste Special with formats in certain situations.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that causes Excel to crash when moving through comments in the Comments pane.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that caused date formatting to be displayed incorrectly in some languages when using add-ins.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that caused the Dictation button to be misaligned when adding comments to a document.

 

 

Word

  • Microsoft fixed an issue that caused the ability to collapse margins in a document containing multiple columns to be available.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where text formatting remains after removing hyperlinks.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where users would not be prompted to save documents when using a command (rather than the CTRL + S keyboard shortcut).
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where Word was unable to perform a Mail Merge with an Access database.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where the sensitivity label disappears from a file in Word after uploading the file to SharePoint Online.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where comments are not displayed after filtering by people.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where Word would become unresponsive when editing fields.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where some characters are not displayed correctly in table cells when there are comments in the document.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where the file format changes occurred when saving documents with the AIP add-in enabled.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that caused the Dictation button to be misaligned when adding comments to a document.

PowerPoint

  • Microsoft fixed an issue that caused the Dictation button to be misaligned when adding comments to a document.

Project

  • Microsoft fixed an issue where changes done through Planning Wizards weren’t always captured by change events.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where users were unable to remove projects from the resource pool.