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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #10

    NMI said:
    Sorry, but I can't understand the first sentence, and the second sentence didn't answer my question.
    Unless the release notes specify otherwise within the list of items, they should refer to Office 2016, Office 2019, and Microsoft 365.
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       #11

    Brink said:
    Unless the release notes specify otherwise within the list of items, they should refer to Office 2016, Office 2019, and Microsoft 365.
    Microsoft's heading and yours say Microsoft 365.

    When do these notes ever mention 2016 or 2019?
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       #12

    NMI said:
    Microsoft's heading and yours say Microsoft 365.
    When do these notes ever mention 2016 or 2019?
    They don't mention 2016 or 2019, but they have always applied to them as well.

    I have Office 2019, and they apply to it for me.
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       #13

    Brink said:
    They don't mention 2016 or 2019, but they have always applied to them as well.

    I have Office 2019, and they apply to it for me.
    I've always thought your installation is odd in some way, because 2019 is not meant to get new features.

    Do you install the updates manually, as I assume you can't select an update channel?
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       #14

    NMI said:
    I've always thought your installation is odd in some way, because 2019 is not meant to get new features.

    Do you install the updates manually, as I assume you can't select an update channel?
    I've always just manually checked for updates like below.

    Check for Updates in Office 2016 and Office 2019 for Windows
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       #15

    Brink said:
    I've always just manually checked for updates like below.

    Check for Updates in Office 2016 and Office 2019 for Windows
    That tutorial is confusing because the first paragraph refers to an .msi installation (updates via Windows/Microsoft Update) and the rest of it refers to a Click-To-Run installation (updates NOT via Windows/Microsoft Update), but it makes them look like alternatives for any type of installation.
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       #16

    NMI said:
    That tutorial is confusing because the first paragraph refers to an .msi installation (updates via Windows/Microsoft Update) and the rest of it refers to a Click-To-Run installation (updates NOT via Windows/Microsoft Update), but it makes them look like alternatives for any type of installation.
    It's basically just a way to manually check for updates no matter how Office 2016/2019 was installed.
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