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Microsoft Office Build 15806 adds a few new improvements

If you are running Microsoft Office from the Windows Beta Channel, you have already upgraded to the latest Microsoft Office version 2211 last week. Just like all other Fridays, the company has released a new build (15806.20000) to Office Insiders, which is the second build from version 2211.

 

The latest Office build includes a few new features and improvements that insiders can try out now. For a complete list of changes, continue reading further.

 

Microsoft Office Build 15806 adds a few new improvements

 

  • Microsoft Office version 2211 (Build 15806.20000) is now available.
  • The latest build is rolling out to the Office Insiders in the Windows Beta Channel.
  • This build adds a new Paste option (CTRL + SHIFT + V) to Microsoft Excel to paste plain text or values.
  • With this build, the Office applications have been upgraded to use the new built-in information protection

 

What’s new and improved in Microsoft Office version 2211 (Build 15806.20000)

In response to many requests from Excel fans, we are adding a new keyboard shortcut to make it easier to paste plain text or paste values. You’ll now be able to do this simply by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + V on your keyboard.

 

Office apps will now automatically disable the Azure Information Protection (AIP) add-in and use built-in sensitivity labels to view and apply labels powered by Microsoft Purview Information Protection.

 

Labels are now defined in Microsoft Outlook client so that they are connected to specific document types.

 

 

Fixes in Microsoft Office version 2211 (Build 15806.20000)

  • We fixed an issue where changes made to links to a shared formula wouldn’t update each cell in the shared formula.
  • We fixed an issue that prevented content copied from Microsoft Paint to be pasted from the Clipboard using the Change Picture command.
  • We fixed an issue where secondary, shared calendars will not scroll in sync with the primary calendar in the view.
  • We fixed an issue where the Reviewing pane failed to open despite what was indicated in the Unsupported Content waning message.
  • We fixed an issue that prevented content copied from Microsoft Paint to be pasted from the Clipboard using the Change Picture command.
  • We fixed an issue that prevented content copied from Microsoft Paint to be pasted from the Clipboard using the Change Picture command.
  • We fixed an issue where Project was unable to connect to Project Server when forms-based authentication was used.
  • We fixed an issue that resulted in text items being either reordered or incorrectly positioned when converting SVG graphics to shapes.

 


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