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As a Microsoft 365 subscriber, you regularly get new and improved Office features. Take a look below to see what’s available to you today. 

Here’s what’s new in Version 16.0.15330.20196, the June release. Find your Office version

Note: If you use Office at work, the availability of the features above may vary based on your company’s update policies.

Stay connected with notifications you might have missed

The new Notifications pane delivers alerts that are relevant to you. Customize the types of notifications you want to see, including email and document @mentions, reactions, travel updates, deliveries, task suggestions, and more.

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Outlook

Quickly find the info you’re searching for

When you search for things like events, people, flights and so on they’ll appear at the top of search results.

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Outlook

Find events on your calendar faster than ever

Improvements to the Calendar search means it’s faster and easier to find events, such as the next occurrence of a series.

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Outlook

Use an example record to import data to your workbook

You can selectively import data from a large table by creating an example record to pull in just the records you need.

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Excel

Import the tables you want from Excel

Power Query lets you select just the tables you need when importing from Excel workbooks or JSON files.

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Excel

Import only the tables you want from JSON files

Power Query lets you select just the tables you need when importing from JSON files.

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Excel

Use drag and drop in PivotTables connected to Power BI to perform quick calculations

Quickly get answers such as sum, average, and distinct count, in a PivotTable connected to Power BI by using drag and drop on field aggregations.

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Excel

Select how you want to work on your document

Apply your changes immediately, automatically track changes, or prevent accidental edits by selecting from Editing, Reviewing, and Viewing in Word.

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Word

What’s new in your favorite Office app

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Previous releases

Typing with your voice just got easier

It’s now easier to see what you’re typing with the new low-profile Dictation toolbar located at the side of your screen. Plus, new animations help you make sure that every word is getting captured.

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Word
Outlook​​​​​​

Analyze your data with ease using our improved PivotTable recommendations

Select Insert > Recommended PivotTables from the ribbon and let Excel suggest the best PivotTable for your data.

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Excel

Dictate your feedback in documents

Now you can easily dictate your comments as you review. To try it, go to Review, select New Comment, then choose the microphone in the comment box.

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Word

Keeping your stock info up to date

All of the Stocks data types in your workbook will refresh each time you open the file and again every five minutes.

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Excel

Import the tables you want from Excel

Power Query lets you select just the tables you need when importing from Excel workbooks or JSON files.

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Excel

Respond to Yammer from your inbox

Like, comment, and reply to Yammer notifications right from your inbox.

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Outlook

Search with your voice

Select the microphone in the search box in Word to find commands, content, and more using your voice.

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Word

Keep your important messages visible

Pin your messages to see them at top of your message list, making it easier to track or serve as a reminder.

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Outlook

Import data from dynamic arrays

You can now import, shape, and refresh data from dynamic arrays in the current workbook.

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Excel

Want your workbook to take you places?

Understand the layout of your workbook, see what elements exist, and navigate around quickly using the Navigation pane.

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Excel

Record videos with narration

Make your next presentation more dynamic with pre-recorded video and narration. Or pre-record the entire presentation to ensure a smooth delivery on presentation day.

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PowerPoint

Excel 4.0 (XML) macros will be disabled by default to improve security for Microsoft 365 customers

To help protect customers, Excel 4.0 (XML) macros will be disabled by default in Microsoft 365. We encourage you to migrate these macros to the latest version of Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).

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Excel

Enjoy an improved scrolling experience

Scrolling through your sheet just got smoother when navigating large or very wide cells.

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Excel

Improved address book search

You can now search additional fields in the Address Book including name, title, location, and more.

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Outlook

Edit autogenerated alt text

Now you can edit the intelligent alt text for your photos in PowerPoint.

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PowerPoint

More natural voice options for Read Aloud

Try out a new, more natural sounding voice in the Read Aloud toolbar.

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Word

Office apps now support OpenDocument Format (ODF) 1.3

ODF 1.3 brought many improvements to the OpenDocument format and these are now supported in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (file extensions .odt, .ods, and .odp).

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Word
Excel
PowerPoint

Get a preview of your query results when hovering over the query’s name

Enable the display of a query preview popup window with new settings in the Queries & Connections pane.

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Excel

Better collaboration with modern comments

Have control of when you send comments to your co-authors, easily @mention notifications, and be productive with a consistent commenting experience between Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

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New in: 
Word

Enjoy an improved scrolling experience

Scrolling through your sheet just got smoother when navigating large or very wide cells.

LEARN MORE

New in: 
Excel

Break the language barrier with a built-in translator feature in Outlook

You can now use the Intelligent Translator in Outlook. When you receive a message in another language, a prompt will appear on top of the message asking if you’d like Outlook to translate it to your preferred language. You can also right-click to translate specific words, phrases, or the whole message.

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Outlook

Application Guard supports saving your files in alternate formats

Application Guard protects you from opening files that may contain data, such as viruses or malware.Now Application Guard allows you to use Save As to change the file type to a wide variety of options.

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PowerPoint

Office has a fresh look

The new visual refresh is modern and new, designed to make it simple, intuitive, and seamless experience across all your Office apps.

 New in:
Word
Excel
PowerPoint
Project
Outlook

Track just your changes in your documents

Sometimes when you’re collaborating, you only want your own changes to be tracked, without forcing this setting on others. To track only your changes, go to Review tab, select Track changes, and choose Just Mine.

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Word

Get control over the first two query steps that automatically promote column headers and change data types

By default, Power Query promotes a first row to a column header and converts the Any data type to a specific data type, but you can control this with a Query option.

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Excel

Add Flipgrid videos to your presentation

PowerPoint now supports Flipgrid videos along with other video types.

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PowerPoint

Same signature, all devices

Your signature is stored in the cloud. Create it once and use it everywhere you use Outlook.

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Outlook

Proofread selected text with Editor

Review spelling, grammar, and get writing suggestions for just the selected text in your document.

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Word

Automatically open windows that were open when Outlook closed

Whether Outlook closed due to a crash, a system update, or you explicitly closed it, you’ll now be asked if you want to reopen any windows that were previously open.

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Outlook

Make your messages accessible for everyone

Outlook automatically lets you know when there are accessibility issues in your messages when you’re sending it and helps you fix the issue.

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Outlook

Latest updates for Mac

Here’s what’s new in version 16.63.22070801, the July update. 

Get a Better View of Your Conditional Formatting Rules

It’s now easier to manage conditional formatting rules, with the resizable window.

​​​New in:  Excel

Create a More Engaging Presentation

Impress your audience by inserting a live camera feed directly into your slides so your audience can see your video as you present.

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PowerPoint

Want new features first?

Become an Office Insider and get early access to the latest Office innovations. We’re continuously hard at work on exclusive monthly upgrades and new features for Microsoft 365 subscribers.

JOIN OFFICE INSIDERS TODAY

Previous releases

Show off your style with transparent videos

Show off your creativity and style by exporting a PowerPoint video with a transparent background. Then, add any background you want for heightened impact.

​​​New in:  PowerPoint

Add Closed Captions to Embedded Videos in Your Presentation

Make your presentation more accessible to people watching embedded videos in their non-native language, people learning to read, and people who are deaf or hard of hearing by adding closed captions. To try it out, select the video, choose Playback, and select Insert Captions.

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PowerPoint

Line everything up just right

Make sure the content on your slides is laid out perfectly by using gridlines.

​​​New in:  PowerPoint

Link to Files or Websites in Your Comments

Include hyperlinks in your comments or comment replies to give readers more information.

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​​​New in:  Excel

Create more accessible PDFs

Make your PDFs easier for screen readers and other assistive technologies to read with accessibility tags.

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​​​New in:  Excel

Typing with Your Voice Just Got Easier

See what you’re typing with the new low-profile Dictation toolbar located at the side of your screen. Plus, new animations help you make sure that every word is getting captured.