Microsoft has pushed a new office insider update for Windows Desktop. The update takes the version of office apps Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook to Version 1809 (build 10813.20004). Microsoft has also posted the release notes for all office apps.
You can read the changelog for individual office apps below.
|Word, Excel & PowerPoint||You asked for it: get to work in fewer clicks|
No more bouncing to your browser
Note that if you open Office links from the web (e.g. SharePoint on the web, Outlook on the web, etc.), these document links will continue opening in the browser for context continuity.
|Word, Excel & PowerPoint||Rename your OneDrive or SharePoint files|
You can now rename your Word, Excel and PowerPoint files if they are stored in One Drive or SharePoint.
In Word, Excel & PowerPoint, you can see this new Rename capability by clicking on the top-level app title bar.
|Word, Excel & PowerPoint||Delete your OneDrive or SharePoint files from Word, Excel or PowerPoint|
You can now delete your Word, Excel and PowerPoint files from the Most Recently Used (MRU).
In Word, Excel and PowerPoint, you can see this new delete capability by right clicking on the file name from the backstage file list.
In the table below, you’ll find key fixes in the latest Insider build.
|All Apps||We fixed an issue where the Save button was disabled when saving a document opened from email attachment (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)|