Microsoft Office 2021

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Microsoft released a new update for Microsoft Office version 2202 that will now allow you to send emails from a proxy account. The new update is currently rolling out as build 14907.20000 to the Office Insiders who are registered under the Windows Beta Channel. Your tenant admin must enable this feature to make it available to users.

Microsoft released a new update for Microsoft Office version 2202 that will now provide a better coauthoring error recovery experience in MS Word. The new update is currently rolling out as build 14907.20000 to the Office Insiders who are registered under the Windows Beta Channel.

 

When enabled, this feature will quickly restore users back to a connected state after experiencing coauthoring errors. This automatic refresh synchronizes all changes among different authors, so you’re seeing the most up-to-date document possible.

Last year, Microsoft confirmed that a new standalone version of Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac will be released for the consumers in the second half of 2021. Earlier this year, the company added more information to it and announced Office 2021 LTSC for Windows and macOS.

 

And now the company cleared all the fogs and announced that Microsoft Office 2021 will be released on along with Windows 11. As that will come with a perpetual license, you won't need to pay any subscription charges other than a one-time purchase fee.

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Last year, Microsoft confirmed that a new standalone version of Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac will be released for the consumers in the second half of 2021. Now the company announced more about this upcoming commercial preview of Microsoft Office LTSC (Long Term Support Candidate) and said that it will bring Office and Windows into alignment in support of the same limited scenarios.

 

While Microsoft didn't yet detail all the changes to Office 2021, it did mention that Dark Mode will be supported and it will include accessibility improvements, capabilities like Dynamic Arrays & XLOOKUP in Excel, and performance improvements across all Office applications.

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