The July 2013 Public Update release for Office is now live. There are 4 security updates (1 Bulletin), and 14 non-security updates available for download.
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-054
To improve syncing libraries, and general stability & performance with SkyDrive Pro:
To improve interactions with Office Art in Office applications:
To improve interactions with Internet Explorer, document formatting, and general stability & performance with Word:
To improve interactions with Lync, Internet Explorer, and OneNote:
To improve interactions with Exchange ActiveSync:
To improve messaging, and general stability & performance with SharePoint:
…and the Junk E-mail Filter updates
Please note that these updates are all found in their corresponding versions of Office Click-to-Run:
Sometimes, I wish I could meet product managers and developers of O365 and Office 2013.
Seriously, I would love to hear logical explanation of the fact why the latest (15.0.4517.1005) Lync client’s system tray icon doesn’t show user’s status. That makes perfect sense. Well done!
Obviously why bother with the problems that 90 per cent of users experience when you can introduce new ones! You cannot imagine the words that come out of my mouth when I have to resize the Lync conversation window EVERY SINGLE time I open it. That is ridiculous. Or the fact that the app’s window stays sometimes hidden after clicking on it in the task bar.
Outlook is as broken as always. The issue that Sharepoint tasks are not shown in the small calendar popup window remains from Outlook 2010. But that was not enough - you went even a step further! Why shows my calendar details for multiple days right? That is too long ahead. Now the popup shows only events for one day – fantastic! Even if it is a day off with no events and the next day is full of them the window is empty. Awesome ux decision. The designer must be very proud of it.
Skydrive Pro doesn’t work at all. At all! We have been having so many problems with it, it is unimaginable. Sync issues are constantly present. You should be ashamed for creating such a broken app.
Office on Demand? Doesn’t work for us. We have had a service request opened for 3 weeks and no one seems to be interested. Every single support ticket takes longer to resolve than the previous one.
Co-authoring in Excel? Why bother – we shall all use your webapps with almost no functionality, right?
Don’t you use the apps you create? Do you think they are fine? Do you even care?
updates totally f'd my computer office 2007. Gee thanks msft
FYI, Update for Microsoft Outlook 2013 (KB2817468) breaks the ability to send/read S/MIME mail. Confirmed on multiple systems in our environment.
The file information in support.microsoft.com/.../2817480 is incorrect.
Will updates allow the use of Ginger spell check in Word 2013?