Over the last year, Microsoft has been releasing its services and products to a wide variety of different operating systems and devices. As well as boosting user numbers, this has also done a great deal to raise awareness of Microsoft among a generation that is increasingly less exposed to its wider product portfolio.
It has not been enough to simply release these programs however, Redmond has also committed to maintaining a high level of quality; case in point is the Office 2016 for Mac Preview, which has just received another update, the second since its initial release in March 2015.
In this update, there is little to get excited about however, with no attention-grabbing new features finding their way in. Instead, what we find is a host of bug fixes, stability improvements and performance tweaks that promise to increase the fluidity of the program considerably.
As shown by the release notes provided by Microsoft, a number of changes have been made,
Mail merge recipient source improvements
Ruler tab stops
Ability to modernize legacy media formats
Currently, the update is only available for users running OS X Yosemite 10.10 or a later version.
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