Tag: Microsoft Office

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Preview of Microsoft Office LTSC 2024 now available

Preview of Microsoft Office LTSC 2024 now available

Microsoft has made available the commercial preview of Office LTSC 2024. This version is intended for a limited number of niche applications. An LTSC (Long-Term Servicing Channel) version of a Microsoft product is not intended for most organizations and not for regular end users. Suitable applic... Read more

date5 days ago
Aptos, the new default font for Microsoft Office

Aptos, the new default font for Microsoft Office

All Microsoft Office products are moving away from Calibri as the familiar default font. Aptos, which first was known under the moniker Bierstadt, will become the default choice for every user within the next few months. Calibri has been the default option within Word, Excel, PowerPoint and all ... Read more

date10 months ago
Qoppa Software updates Java PDF development tools

Qoppa Software updates Java PDF development tools

The updated PDF processing and conversion SDK includes full Java 17 support, LTV-enabled signatures, PDF-X1/X3 conversion and font enhancements. Qoppa develops PDF solutions. The firm recently released a new version of its Java PDF development tools and components. Developers use Qoppa’s P... Read more

date1 year ago
MS Office supports co-editing of sensitive files on Android and iOS

MS Office supports co-editing of sensitive files on Android and iOS

Microsoft released a new Office for iOS and Android feature that extends the types of files that may be co-edited in real-time. Microsoft Purview Information Protection documents can now be co-authored in Office's mobile apps. Multiple users can edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents in real... Read more

date2 years ago
LibreOffice 7.4 makes Microsoft compatibility a key factor

LibreOffice 7.4 makes Microsoft compatibility a key factor

The Document Foundation launches version 7.4 of the free open-source software suite LibreOffice. The release offers interoperability with macOS, Windows, Linux, and the world's leading software, Microsoft Office. Microsoft file compatibility has been a massive issue for businesses and users look... Read more

date2 years ago
Microsoft releases new Office Preview builds

Microsoft releases new Office Preview builds

Microsoft released the Office Insider Preview Version 2208 (Build 15601.20028). Although the build doesn't contain any new features, Microsoft squashed several bugs in Excel, Access and Outlook. Microsoft published a full changelog of Preview Version 2208 (Build 1601.20028) on its website. ... Read more

date2 years ago
Microsoft faces criticism for reactivating VBA macros in Office

Microsoft faces criticism for reactivating VBA macros in Office

Microsoft's decision to unblock VBA macros in Office 365 has not been to everyone's liking. Security experts consider the move to be a big mistake. Microsoft recently decided to enable Visual Basic Application (VBA) macros in Office 365 by default. VBA macros allow end users of Office 365 to add... Read more

date2 years ago
Microsoft reverses decision to block Office macros by default

Microsoft reverses decision to block Office macros by default

While Microsoft claimed it would block VBA macros on downloaded documents earlier this year, the company recently announced it will roll back the change until further notice. The tech giant had a change of mind due to customer feedback, according to a report in BleepingComputer. The company fail... Read more

date2 years ago
Cato Networks fixes zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office

Cato Networks fixes zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office

Cato Networks developed a workaround for a zero-day vulnerability recently found in Microsoft Office. Customers of Cato Networks are immune to the vulnerability. Cato Networks provides a Secure Access Service Edge service (SASE). The service has two components. First, it connects customers' appl... Read more

date2 years ago
New Microsoft Office zero-day used for PowerShell commands

New Microsoft Office zero-day used for PowerShell commands

Security experts recently found a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office. The vulnerability allows malicious PowerShell commands to be executed by opening a Word document. The vulnerability was named 'Follina' and registered as CVE-2022-30190. According to security experts, the vulnerabilit... Read more

date2 years ago
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