Microsoft rolled out a bunch of non-security updates for Microsoft Office. A couple of improvements in the new Japanese calendar have been included in these non-security April 2019 Office updates.
The March 2019 Office updates came with bug fixes for Outlook and Access 2016. However, this month, the update is completely focused on non-security updates for Office 2010, Office 2013, and Office 2016.
What’s new in the latest Office updates?
Most of these updates bring enhancements for the latest Japanese calendar. Apart from that, some bugs in the productivity suite have been fixed as well.
KB4462116 and KB4462239 have been released for Outlook. The first one fixed the add-on loading issues in Office 2016. While the second one targets a bug affecting room lists.
Download April 2019 Office updates
You can use the Microsoft Update service to automatically download the latest Office updates. Microsoft Office also allows manual installation from the Download Center.
- Microsoft Outlook 2010 Update (KB3114559)
- Microsoft Office 2013 Update (KB4462203)
- Microsoft Office 2013 Update (KB4462200)
- Microsoft Outlook 2013 Update (KB4464507)
- Microsoft Project 2013 Update (KB4462136)
- Microsoft Visio 2013 Update (KB4464505)
- Skype for Business 2015 (Lync 2013) Update (KB4462207)
- Microsoft Word 2013 Update (KB4462140)
- Microsoft Office 2016 Update (KB4011666)
- Microsoft Office 2016 Update (KB4462116)
- Microsoft Office 2016 Update (KB4464501)
- Microsoft Office 2016 Update (KB4462239)
- Microsoft Office 2016 Update (KB418380)
- Microsoft Office 2016 Language Interface Pack Update (KB4462241)
- Microsoft Outlook 2016 Update (KB4464502)
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Update (KB4462235)
- Microsoft Project 2016 Update (KB4464503)
- Skype for Business 2016 Update (KB4462234)
- Microsoft Word 2016 Update (KB4462240)
Finally, after the installation of the update, reboot your system so that the changes can be applied to your system.
Microsoft’s April 2019 Patch Tuesday cycle is scheduled next week and will include fixes for the security vulnerabilities that exist in the operating system.
These updates will be shipped in the MSI format for the standard version of Microsoft Office running on Windows systems.
However, the company has no plans to release updates for subscription-based Office 365 and Office 2016 Click-to-Run editions.
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