Windows 10: Office 2016, rollout begins September 22nd 2015

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    Office 2016, rollout begins September 22nd 2015


    Source: Admins--get ready for Office 2016, rollout begins September 22! - Office Blogs
     
    Brink, Sep 9, 2015
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  2. Wynona Win User

    Thanks, Shawn. Things are looking up.

    :)
     
    Wynona, Sep 9, 2015
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  3. Choosing time of day for Windows 10 upgrades

    A lot has changed since September 2015 and 19 July 2016, especially if Windows 10 Anniversary Update (AKA Win10 1607) and KB3176929 are installed! Feel free to begin your own, new thread if you have any further questions. Thank you.
     
    PA Bear - MS MVP, Sep 9, 2015
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  4. Office 2016, rollout begins September 22nd 2015

    Past Calendar Events Missing After Upgrade to Windows 10

    Further observations regarding future appointments:



    Monthly and annually repeating appointments made before the upgrade are appearing correctly for August, September and October 2015, but are appearing one day early for November and December 2015. That is November 1st appears as October 31st; December 22nd
    appears as December 21st.

    I have abandoned the use of this calendar and have reverted to using a paper Filofax, as I cannot rely on any entry being correct!
     
    AD.ndrewHowlett, Sep 9, 2015
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  5. Tony K Win User
    Thanks, Shawn. *Smile

    Went to open Outlook 2016 via Start menu tile and it stated the shortcut no longer works. Hmm. Opened All apps to open and it wouldn't open. Then went to Programs and Features and performed a quick repair which it did indeed fix. Thinking it was just a Start menu shortcut to it's exe was broken.
     
    Tony K, Sep 9, 2015
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  6. jameshowe Win User
    I am rather looking forward to the release of 2016. I currently use 2013 as part of an office 365 subscription so thankfully should get the update quite quickly after launch.
     
    jameshowe, Sep 9, 2015
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  7. Wynona Win User
    Hippsie, that's been a pain in the tookus for Windows 10 Insiders who're also on the Office 365 Technical Preview. Whenever one or the other has had an update, icons can go MIA, cease to work, or look like a blank sheet of paper. although it hasn't happened to me in a while.

    Another anomaly that seems to be happening in Outlook (O365) is that HTML messages aren't rendering properly.

    I haven't changed back to Firefox since I changed IE to default to check on IE not working properly with links in Outlook. So, I'm going to change that back and see if things change for the better.
     
    Wynona, Sep 9, 2015
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  8. Wynona Win User

    Office 2016, rollout begins September 22nd 2015

    Wynona, Sep 9, 2015
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  9. Wynona Win User
    I've been on the "Technical Preview" since around September of last year and I can tell you there are some very promising new things included now. I would list a few, but there are so many upgrades that I'd miss some. There are upgrades I'm not even aware of yet!
     
    Wynona, Sep 9, 2015
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  10. Tony K Win User
    One of the nice features I've always liked about Office or any program that has it is the repair option. If I remember correctly, in Office 2000 that feature was in the program itself and used the install disk to do so. Now they placed it via Programs & Features, which is great.

    For those who may need it> Control Panel > Programs & Features > Either highlight or press Office then press "Change" on the header or right click Office and pick "Change" > A choice of "Quick repair" or "Online repair" box will appear.
     
    Tony K, Sep 9, 2015
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  11. Wynona Win User
    Good to know, Hippsie. For the longest time, there was no Repair option in the Technical Preview of Office. At least they've put that back in.
     
    Wynona, Sep 9, 2015
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  12. Wynona Win User
    You ain't agonna buhleeve this, Hippsie, but when I changed my default browser back to Firefox, everything just straightened up and acted like it should!

    So, there's been some kind of change to IE in Windows 10.
     
    Wynona, Sep 9, 2015
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  13. Dude Win User

    Office 2016, rollout begins September 22nd 2015

    Thanks Shawn, looking forward to the upgrade.
     
  14. Boozad Win User
    Hopefully this will be available through the HUP.
     
    Boozad, Sep 10, 2015
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  15. jimbo45 Win User
    Hi there

    Looking forward to this one.

    Been using the preview -- much better than Office 2013

    Cheers
    jimbo
     
    jimbo45, Sep 10, 2015
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