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We fixed an issue where resending a message reverted the message body to plain text and all changes were lost data loss.
We fixed an issue where removed shared calendars reappeared when the REST shared calendar feature was enabled. We fixed an issue regarding the handling of multiple contiguous spaces properly within SVG files.
We fixed an issue on systems with high DPI where nodes on a network diagram were viewed as overlapping or not to scale and did not print correctly. We fixed an issue where saving or publishing a project from Project Client does not save changes to custom fields.
We fixed an issue where the text fields in the custom filter dialog would autocomplete when you start typing a value. We fixed an issue where, when typing double-byte characters and there are two suggestions, one would be automatically inserted.
We fixed an issue where the button form control would lose its position after inserting or deleting rows or columns. We fixed an issue where a scroll-down button was missing in the “From” account picker dropdown menu. We fixed an issue where the default icon was displayed for attached messages when a custom icon was expected.
We fixed an issue that caused users to experience performance issues when switching folders due to a corrupt view setting. We fixed an issue where the default sensitivity label was not getting properly applied when creating a new document in PowerPoint. We fixed an issue that would cause Excel, Word, and PowerPoint to occasionally close unexpectedly when the user changed the sensitivity label for a document. We fixed an issue where text appeared in a blank cell next to a data type image when the zoom level increased.
We fixed an issue where the tooltip for a sensitivity label was displayed too far from the label itself. We fixed an issue that caused users to see a one-off task appear unexpectedly after deleting an occurrence of a recurring task. We fixed an issue where rules for outgoing mail sent to a specific person was not working properly in Cached Exchange Mode.
We fixed an issue where large images would not appear in a message unless it was viewed in Draft mode. We fixed an issue that was preventing the user from being able to paste a copied cell into the text field in the Custom Filter dialog.
We fixed an issue to align how gradients fill on a series in a waterfall chart with how they fill on a series in a column chart. We fixed an issue where the user would see a security dialog stating that the project had links to one or more data sources, even though the project had no active links.
Now, the dialog appears only when there are active links. We fixed an issue where there was intermittent data loss when saving for various baseline fields. We fixed an issue that was causing SVG images that contained external content to not show up in some cases. We fixed an issue where invoking Repeat through the user interface, or VBA after hitting Enter, would insert the whole current paragraph in addition to the newly inserted paragraph.
We fixed an issue with the Outlook preview pane that was preventing SVG images from rendering properly. 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 an issue where Outlook would not sync the complete folder hierarchy for mailboxes with a large number of folders e.
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 bit client machines only where the app stopped responding when forwarding an RTF email. 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. 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, 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.
We fixed an issue where, if a user changed the From field with no alterations made to the new compose, the label justification prompt was incorrectly shown. We fixed an issue where Outlook was merging contact information when the RunContactLinking regkey was set to 0. We fixed an issue where the Appointment Quick View AQV was removed from the hidden window check to enable initial scrolling. We fixed an issue by changing non-white background colors that exactly matched highlight colors to have the highlight property.
We fixed an issue where, upon selecting a specific page using the navigation pane, only the first part of the page was displayed in print layout mode. We fixed an issue where performance with large documents was slower in Word or Windows 10 than in Word or Windows 7. We fixed an issue where the list of folders in Outlook stopped responding to mouse clicks after a contact profile card was opened.
We fixed an issue where a hyperlinked URL didn’t change automatically when there was a change in the shared OneDrive link using Outlook. We fixed an issue with Outlook Search that caused incomplete results when using the OnPrem service search.
We fixed an issue where linked images might not load when opening a presentation programmatically in window-less mode. We fixed an issue that caused the app to close unexpectedly when selecting Go to Comment for the first comment in a document. We fixed an issue where Excel was unable to export workbooks to XPS if the user did not have export permission.
We fixed a performance issue when using automation-based tools, including slicers and accessibility tools. We fixed an issue where time-phased data did not appear for Material Resources when the assigned task’s duration was set to zero after the task was completed.
We fixed an issue where there was a potential for data loss without error when a user carried out a Save As action to a location using a server path in a CICO library synced by the OneDrive client.
We fixed an issue where the app stopped responding after an update to Office version current channel. We fixed an issue where the user was unable to open files from the Shared with Me section on the app home page.
We fixed an issue where AutoSave could be temporarily disabled after applying a sensitivity label to protect the document. We fixed an issue where you would be unable to select a value from a data validation dropdown list in a cell if that list contained blank values.
We fixed an issue where the search results would get lost in the pivot table field list taskpane. We fixed an issue where, in a multi-monitor setup, some data in dialog boxes was being hidden from the user when selecting cells. We fixed an issue where, when you had a Microsoft Excel Worksheet object embedded inside another application such as a Word document , using the Convert feature to convert it to a Microsoft Excel Worksheet Office OpenXML object didn’t complete the conversion until you opened the embedded object and made a change to it.
The object is completely converted when using the Convert feature now. We fixed an issue that was causing users to see garbled text in some fields when exporting contacts to a CSV. We fixed an issue where the sender of a mail was not being included when replying all, when the From address was different from the Reply To address.
We fixed an issue that caused the app to close unexpectedly when opening a message via a reminder, when the user’s download preference was set to Download Headers. We fixed an issue that caused users to be unable to add a shared calendar from their contacts with “Shared Calendar Improvements” enabled. We fixed an issue where the app closed unexpectedly when the user clicked on or used shortcut keys to turn the Read Aloud feature on and off repeatedly.
We fixed an issue where Microsoft Purview Information Protection sensitivity labeling audit data was no longer generated if the EnableAudit setting was turned off. We fixed an issue where the app stopped responding when Read Aloud was started and stopped in quick succession. 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. We fixed an issue where the cursor disappears from a comment while scrolling in a multi-page document. 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. 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. We fixed an issue where opening xlsm file in SpreedsheetCompare tool can cause the tool to stop responding. Refreshing the data for Pivot Tables can stop working when filtered values no longer exist in the data. A subsequent query statement generated without the invalid filtered values to retry the refresh request was temporarily disabled and is now reenabled.
We fixed this regression that was a result of Mica on Windows 11 being turned on when Wincomp is off. Record: Make your presentations more impactful by recording videos with narration. Learn more. Export: Bring all the components of the presentation together for easy sharing and viewing.
Exported video includes all recorded timings, narrations, ink, and laser pointer gestures. Video also preserves animations, transitions, and media. 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 newly created PivotTables could lose custom settings if the data source range was changed. We fixed an issue with the LOGEST worksheet function, where a transient overflow error was not handled and cleared, and was incorrectly picked up for unrelated subsequent calculations.
We fixed an issue where, when tasks are rescheduled in Project, manually scheduled tasks may be scheduled earlier than they should be.
We fixed an issue where the original icon of the app was not displaying correctly if the source file was from a OneDrive location and the file name contained HTML encoding characters when adding an Excel, Word, or PowerPoint embedded object into an Excel file. We fixed an issue where the text in an Excel cell cannot be seen in live preview under certain conditions.
We fixed an issue where saving Outlook messages to a SharePoint document library would generate an error, due to an Internet connectivity test. We fixed an issue where writing a comment that mixes language directions like English and Hebrew resulted in the word order appearing incorrectly. We fixed an issue with large URLs where a link could not be opened if its length exceeded a specific character limit. We fixed an issue of a persisting zoom level when relaunching and opening documents saved at different zoom levels.
We fixed an issue related to page width when closing the comments pane with page width zoom selected. We fixed an issue where anchor highlights aren’t removed from a modern comment when the cursor moves off of it. We fixed an issue where Word goes unresponsive when selecting and right-clicking a content control locked against deletion.
We fixed an issue where importing a query, then selecting a range in the new worksheet and loading from that range, would cause the query editor to open with the wrong table name. We fixed an issue where a printout would be cut off data loss when the user changed a document in portrait orientation from a bigger paper size to a smaller paper size.
We fixed an issue so the app will no longer prompt for a password to modify it if the user explicitly opens the file in read-only mode. We fixed an issue where certain font styles were not being mapped appropriately when pasting text as “Keep text only.
We fixed an issue so that Eyedropper functionality is enabled in documents opened with limited permissions.
We added an option to the Record Slide Show dialog to remove the prompt to Export to Video on closing. We fixed an issue where Like Button did not appear for Group emails if user opens an Inbox email and closes it before going to Groups. We fixed an issue where the word “Column” disappeared from the Cell Format ribbon dropdown menu on mouse over. We fixed an issue where localized characters were rendering too small in a worksheet tab issue only present for users with the Fluent UI Coming Soon toggle enabled.
We fixed an issue related to a workbook with many custom views with Freeze Panes that was causing Excel to stop responding immediately after launch. We fixed an issue where the user was seeing the Music data type button but the artists were not converting. We fixed an issue where hitting the hot key “e” for Filter would conflict with Search on the context menu.
We fixed an issue where an invite would go out to attendees but would not be saved to the Organizer’s calendar. We fixed an issue that caused the Appointment quick view to be cropped when previewing meeting invitations. We fixed an issue affecting the MSI Office catalyst detection logic, which was causing Visio and Project to be unintentionally removed.
An improved photo experience puts all the pictures sent or received in your email in one place and makes it easier to share them with others. The new modern conversation style makes it easier to manage and preview photos and attachments. Get Quick Suggestions for places as you type, so you can easily add details to your emails. You can personalize your inbox with your favorite people and folders to make it easier to find the friends, files, and conversations that matter to you and give your communications a personal touch with an easier way to access tons of expressions, including popular emojis and GIFs right inside Outlook.
Additional enhancements will be rolled out over the next few months, including updates to Calendar and People. Today, we started rolling out the Try the beta toggle. You can access the Outlook. If you want to be a part of the evolution of Outlook. Just switch the toggle on the top right corner of your inbox and join us.