Microsoft has released Office LTSC 2024 commercial public preview

The preview of Microsoft Office LTSC 2024 is now accessible for both Windows and Mac platforms. Designed for specific use cases requiring long-term servicing channels, such as managed devices, OEM devices without internet access, or medical testing equipment with embedded apps needing to remain unchanged over time.

Office 2016 and Office 2019 will reach end of support on October 14, 2025

Microsoft has officially announced the end of support for Office 2016 and Office 2019 suites, as well as related solutions, on October 14, 2025. Following this date, security patches and technical support will no longer be provided, potentially resulting in decreased performance and increased vulnerability to security threats.

Microsoft Office LTSC 2024 enters public testing in April

Microsoft has revealed that Office LTSC 2024 will enter public beta testing in April, eyeing a full launch by the close of 2024. This iteration of the office suite is tailored for users opting for a single-purchase model, offering an alternative to the Microsoft 365 subscription-based service.

Web version of PowerPoint now supports video captions and subtitles

In early 2023, Microsoft introduced a new feature to the web version of PowerPoint, allowing users to download and insert videos into presentations. Recently, the company has made further enhancements to this feature by adding support for titles and subtitles for videos.

Microsoft offers a workaround for Outlook Desktop app crashes when sending emails

Microsoft has provided a temporary solution for a problem that causes the Outlook desktop app to crash when sending emails.

When you send an email from your account, Outlook crashes. This issue happens for users on the Current Channel (Preview) channel on build 17029.20028.

Microsoft celebrates Word’s 40th Anniversary

Microsoft Word, world's most popular text processor and one of the oldest applications for Windows, has reached a significant milestone. It turns 40 years old. To commemorate this occasion, Microsoft has unveiled a timeline showcasing the evolution of the app and what lies ahead for Word in the future.

Microsoft Office to get a new theme along with new font in September

In the coming month, Microsoft Office applications will receive updates to their themes, introducing new color schemes, styles, and outlines. Additionally, the default font will be changed from Calibri to Aptos (previously known as Bierstadt). This marks the first change in default font since Office 2007.

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