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    Windows 10 Pro x64 RS 10586.586
       02 Dec 2015 #91

    Build 16.0.6366.2025 now available

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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       02 Dec 2015 #92

    Cluster Head said: View Post
    Sheesh! I'm on first release too, but nothing like that for me.
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  3.    02 Dec 2015 #93

    Hm... I don't get it. My Office 2016 doesn't show the update button. Here some captions:

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    My build version (today, Windows Update installed some updates, but is not the same build shown on this thread):
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       02 Dec 2015 #94

    Announcing smart rename support in the data model for Excel 2016

    by Excel Team, on December 1, 2015
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    We are pleased to introduce a new Excel 2016 feature that improves the analyst’s workflow—smart rename support in the Power Pivot data model.
    Now in Excel 2016, when you rename a table, column or DAX measure in the data model, the rename is seamlessly propagated through the workbook and all the affected objects in the workbook adjust to use the new name. Smart rename support in the data model significantly improves the scenarios when the user renames a table, column, calculated field, measure or hierarchy in the Power Pivot window.
    Specifically, the following enhancements have been made:

    • Affected DAX calculations now adjust to use the new names. This saves the user from manually finding and fixing the invalid DAX formulas.
    • Affected PivotTables and Fields Lists now adjust to use the new names. This saves the user from manually rebuilding the PivotTables.
    • In a similar manner, the affected PivotCharts and Fields Lists adjust to use the new names. This saves the user from manually rebuilding the PivotCharts, as the renamed objects were removed from the PivotChart before.
    • And last but not least, the affected Slicers and Timelines adjust to use the new names. This saves the user from re-creating the Slicers and Timelines, as the affected Slicers and Timelines disappeared from the workbook before.

    A live demonstration is better than a thousand of words, so let’s see the new experience in Excel 2016:
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    For more: Announcing smart rename support in the data model for Excel 2016 - Office Blogs
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       02 Dec 2015 #95

    Ghost82 said: View Post
    Hm... I don't get it. My Office 2016 doesn't show the update button. Here some captions:

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    There are O365 for Business (mine is ProPlus) and O365 for Home, University, etc. So, there are different "version" numbers.
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  6.    02 Dec 2015 #96

    Oh my, that's true. I'm so lost with the different versions... Thank you!
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       02 Dec 2015 #97

    Ghost82 said: View Post
    Oh my, that's true. I'm so lost with the different versions... Thank you!
    Me too, Ghost, me too!

    For now, my version seems to be stuck on 6001.1038, but others are up to 1041. I know which versions a couple of friends have; one with ProPlus and another with Home Premium. They're both up to 1041 too.
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    Win 10 Pro (x64), OSX 10.11
       02 Dec 2015 #98

    It is confusing. I had 16.0.6001.1038 and just click on Office Update a few minutes ago. Now It is up to:

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    Obviously, I am in Office Pro Plus 2016!
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  9.    02 Dec 2015 #99

    See? I'm an Pro Plus user too, but I don't have the Office Updates button.
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    Windows 10 Pro 15063.296
       02 Dec 2015 #100

    Ghost82 said: View Post
    See? I'm an Pro Plus user too, but I don't have the Office Updates button.
    It depends on if you have C2R (click to run) or a MSI (Windows Installer) version installed. If you have C2R you will have the Office Updates button. If you have MSI you will not have the Office Updates button and will receive updates through the traditional Windows Update.
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