Here we are again. This makes several months in a row where Microsoft has introduced bugs through its normal patching cycle that it then needs to solve through additional monthly patches. While this creates extra work for Microsoft, it definitely creates extra work for Microsoft’s customers.
On August 22, Microsoft deliver a new patch for Office 2016 that solves the following…
- After you install the August 1, 2017, update for Office 2016 (KB4011051), the hyperlinks functionality may stop working in Excel 2016.
- For the 32-bit version of Outlook 2016, Office Store redirects you to the web store instead of opening the in-client store.
- Editing languages and Help languages may be changed unexpectedly. For example, a display language may be missing from the editing languages list even if you have not removed it.
Full information with download links: August 22, 2017, update for Office 2016 (KB4011093)
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