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    Office 2016 and Office 365 Current Channel v1702 build 7870.2031

    Office 2016 and Office 365 Current Channel v1702 build 7870.2031

    Category: Office
    Last Updated: 28 Mar 2017 at 15:25

    Current Channel

    March 27, 2017
    Version 1702 (Build 7870.2031)




    Excel: Non-security updates

    This channel release contains the following non-security updates:

    • Fix an issue where Excel crashes when the user attempts to apply cell level permissions.
    • Fix an issue where saving a large file to OneDrive for Business causes the file to be locked and the user can't edit the file until the user closes and reopens Excel.
    • Fix an issue where a new window appears grayed out when an .xls workbook is opened.


    Outlook: Non-security updates

    This channel release contains the following non-security updates:

    • Fix an issue where the user can't search PST files.
    • Fix an issue where the user sees a new "Microsoft Exchange" store type in the "New Outlook Data File" dialog, and selecting this new data type causes the user's profile to become unusable.


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    See also: New to Office 365 in March - co-authoring in Excel and more - Office Blogs

    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    28 Mar 2017


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    Thank you Brink, updated
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    Great one Brink.
    Thanks
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  3. Posts : 1,384
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    Brink, maybe you can help me with this confusion. Just installed Office 2016 Pro + (lifetime) and looking at the office account I see this. So is it office 2016 or Office 365. Had a pop up asking me to renew 365 which is the confusing part. Tx
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  4. Posts : 61,836
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    Hello meebers, :)

    It appears that the account you signed in to Office 2016 with was also associated with Office 365?
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    Brink said:
    Hello meebers, :)

    It appears that the account you signed in to Office 2016 with was also associated with Office 365?
    Previous to buying Office 2016, I had tried the trial version of Office 365. I stopped the trial and uninstalled it. Do you know of a way to "Un-associate" it? Guessing it comes from using the same MS sign in? Tx for any help.
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    I'm not sure about that either.
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