📢 Microsoft Office version 2112 build 14729.20038 adds these fixes


Microsoft Office Version 2112 Build 14729.20038 is now rolling out to Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). - Story by Kunal Chowdhury on

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Last month, Microsoft released the first build of Office version 2112 to the Office Insiders who are on the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). Just like the first build of this version, this week Microsoft again released a new update for Office Insiders that came with no new features but fixes.

 

If you are an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel, and/or would like to know what has been fixed in Microsoft Office version 2112, build 14729.20038, here's the full official changelog.

 

Microsoft Office version 2112 build 14729.20038 adds these fixes

 

What's new and improved in Microsoft Office version 2112 build 14729.20038 (Changelog)

Word

Notable Fixes

  • We fixed an issue where the cursor disappears from a comment while scrolling in a multi-page document.
  • We fixed an issue where a GUID was displayed rather than an author’s name during collaboration.
  • We fixed an issue where the application sometimes stopped responding when refreshing the table of contents.
  • We fixed an issue where the Undo command wasn’t working after changing the color of bullets in a document.

Project

Notable Fixes

  • We fixed an issue where the application would close unexpectedly when loading a customized report.
  • We fixed an issue where manually scheduled tasks were rescheduled to earlier dates when the user opened projects that had been Saved As with a different name.

Office Suite

Notable Fixes

  • We fixed an issue where an Upload Blocked warning window appeared when a new file with an Encrypted Label was saved and re-opened in an environment where OneDrive Sync had been configured.
  • We fixed an issue where a reboot was triggered to complete the removal of existing installations.
  • We fixed an issue where Read Aloud would close unexpectedly when it was started and stopped in rapid succession.

 










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