📢 MS PowerPoint gets a very useful feature in version 2112 with build 14712

Microsoft Office version 2112 build 14712.20000 is now rolling out to the Office Insiders in the Windows Beta Channel with a new feature. - Story by Kunal Chowdhury on

Microsoft released a new build to Microsoft Office users running version 2112. The new update comes as build 14712 and is currently rolling out to the Office Insiders in the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). The latest version of Microsoft Office Build 14712.20000 adds a very useful feature to Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

It also adds some fixes and improvements to Office Suite, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. For the complete official changelog, continue reading further.

 

MS PowerPoint gets a very useful feature in version 2112 with build 14712

 

What's new and improved in Microsoft Office Version 2112 (Build 14712.20000)

PowerPoint

New Record experience in PowerPoint helps tell your story

With the new Record experience in PowerPoint, you can make your presentations more impactful by recording videos with narration, enabling you to tell the story in your words. This feature allows you to bring all the components of the presentation together for easy sharing and viewing. The exportable video includes all recorded timings, narrations, ink, and laser pointer gestures, and also preserves any animations, transitions, and media. To enter the new experience, click the Record button in the top app bar, or click the Record tab and then select From Beginning (or From Current Slide).

Learn more

 

 

GIF showing full record video experience in PowerPoint.

 

Excel

Notable Fixes

  • We fixed an issue so that the default control is the text field, and users can start typing as soon as the dialog opens.
  • We fixed an issue where interacting with form controls could cause Excel to close unexpectedly.

Word

Notable Fix

  • We fixed an issue where pasting text in a comment would unnecessarily add a new line.

Office Suite

Notable Fix

  • We fixed an issue where the app would close unexpectedly upon opening a file.

 





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