Office Click-To-Run

Outlook – Coming soon, updated interface matching the web one

If you are using Microsoft Office 365 apps (aka Office) and have the ‘Coming soon’ (see https://t.co/1ZuhCEEkFk) enabled, you can turn on now an updated interface which is matching the one on the web. The navigation bar is moving from the bottom to the left side and now provides access to your Office applications too …

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Outlook–Your signature is being roamed and saved in your mailbox

This has been a very awaited feature: getting your Outlook signature roaming across your devices. In fact it has been waited since the first release of Exchange server. Well, good news, this is now becoming available. The below screenshot shows you the previous interface to manage your signature Now, once you got the appropriate version …

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Office – New GPO settings available to give easier access to Insider option

As you know, Office 365 Pro Plus (aka Office Click to Run) can be enabled to join the Office Insider program in order to get early access to new features – like the Windows Insider program for Windows 10. Until then, application administrators did not had much choice to enable/disable and lock down the access …

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Office 365 – The default installation option for Office Click to Run is switching to 64 bits

Starting mid January 2019, the default installation setting for Office Click To Run is switching from 32 bits to 64 bits. If you (and your end-users) are using the Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com/OLS/MySoftware.aspx) to install Office Click to Run check the version before starting to install if you are planning to use the 32 bits …

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Visio – You can now create a Word document from your Visio drawing

Office 365 Pro Click to Run has been updated and now you can generate a Word document when exporting your Visio drawing. This is going to simplify document generation Open your Vision drawing and choose the Export menu (from the File menu) This will then open a new Action pane to let you define the …

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Office 365 – Get a sneak peek of what’s coming on Outlook

A new feature is coming up to Outlook for Windows allowing you to get sneak peek of what is coming on. The feature is currently being deployed/enabled for Office 365 First Release tenant and will be available to Outlook client deployed with Office Click to Run. When the feature is available, your Outlook client will …

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Intune – You can edit the update channel for your Office 365 Click to Run and define which version to get installed

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now edit the channel update after you have added your Office 365 Click to Run application on Intune as well as define (if required) which specific release needs to be installed on the client. To edit the update channel and/or define the version to be installed, go …

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Intune – You can now edit your Office 365 Click to Run Deployment

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now update your Office 365 Click to Run deployment. Previously you had to delete the deployment and re-create a new one with the updated deployment settings if you had to add/remove Office application from your deployment. Just access your Intune configuration blade from the Azure portal and …

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