📢 Microsoft Office Build 14931.20010 adds several improvements


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Microsoft releases MS Office version 2202 Build 14931.20010 to the Office Insiders who are in the Windows Beta Channel, and here's the full changelog. - Story published by Kunal Chowdhury on




Microsoft Office version 2202 receives another update this week. If you are an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel, Microsoft is now rolling out build 14931.20010. The latest office preview build adds several improvements in terms of bug fixing.

 

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 2202, build 14931.20010, here's the full official changelog.

 

Microsoft Office Build 14931.20010 adds several improvements

 

What's new and improved in Microsoft Office Build 14931.20010

Microsoft Word

  • We fixed an issue where a mail merge from an Outlook contact could generate an “Out of memory or system resources” error.
  • We fixed an issue where Table of Contents page numbers changed to a single digit when the document was in Print Preview mode.
  • We fixed an issue where the menu icons in the ribbon looked misplaced.

Microsoft Excel

  • We fixed an issue where clicking the Accessibility checker pane no longer switches focus to the Accessibility ribbon if the user has navigated away from the ribbon.
  • We fixed a typo in an alert that would appear when a formula was too long.
  • We fixed an issue that would occur when there were hidden fields in a PivotTable.
  • We fixed an issue where the menu icons in the ribbon looked misplaced.

Microsoft PowerPoint

  • We fixed an issue where the menu icons in the ribbon looked misplaced.

Microsoft Outlook

  • We fixed an issue where Outlook would not sync the complete folder hierarchy for mailboxes with a large number of folders (e.g., more than 10,000 folders).
  • We fixed an issue where clicking on multiple users’ contact cards in the organization chart view caused the app to stop responding.
  • We fixed an issue where a delegate was unable to tell which manager’s shared calendar they were in when opening the calendar from a meeting invite in the new REST-based calendar sharing model.
  • We fixed an issue where the Join button was not available when one instance of a meeting series was changed to a Teams meeting.
  • We fixed an issue where the user would lose data when deleting an “empty” folder that contained data on the server side; a warning will now appear in this scenario.
  • We fixed an issue (affecting 64-bit client machines only) where the app stopped responding when forwarding an RTF email.

Microsoft Project

  • We fixed an issue so that users can now save projects to the Project Web Application, even if the resources in the offline file have names that match enterprise resources.
  • We fixed an issue where users were getting into a state where saving would not work. This fix allows users to always be able to save their work.

Microsoft Office Suite

  • We fixed an issue that caused text to render incorrectly when using the small caps feature.
  • We fixed an issue where, after the user received access to the visual refresh, a one-time popup (upon initial opening of Office apps) was not enabled as expected per the Coming Soon feature’s group policy setting.

 


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