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Microsoft Releases December Insider Slow Update for Office Mobile on Windows 10 Devices

The Update brings Office Mobile to version 17.7668. It includes five new features and improvements to Excel Mobile and OneNote apps.


Here is the complete list of new changes from the official changelog:

  • Lasso select now at your fingertips with Excel Mobile Tap the Surface pen button to use Lasso Select on ink without visiting the ribbon.
  • Select and move objects with greater ease in Excel Mobile   Use your Surface pen to resize, rotate, move handles on objects and more.
  • Open more files with Excel Mobile  Now you can open files that contain form controls and Scenario Manager on your device.
  • Add multiple accounts to OneNote  You can now add all of your favorite notebooks to OneNote, even if the notebooks were created by using different Microsoft accounts.
  • Undo easily with OneNote  Minds can change anytime! Use the undo button to rewrite and undo your note-taking history.

apps are available for download directly from the Microsoft Store. You can also download them individually here: OneNote, Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile.

Monthly improvements

The December update focuses on Excel Mobile and OneNote for . It is a part of Microsoft's routine monthly effort to improve its Office apps across all platforms.

The company also updated Office for Mac this week. Insiders on the Slow Ring now have accessibility built into the service, while hyperlinks have been added to PDF files in version 15.29.

Microsoft is still accepting applications in the Insider program so if you aren't a part of it yet, you still have the chance to opt in.

Here's how to sign up:

  • Go to the Office Insider website and hit “Get Started.”
  • Sign into your Microsoft account with an Office 365 subscription.
  • Download the Windows Insider app.
  • Install the latest versions of the Office Suite.

The company also encourages its users to provide feedback by doing the following:

  • Click File > Feedback in any Office Mobile apps and follow the steps
  • Post with detailed description of issue in the Office Insider Community
  • Tweet with issue description and version info to @Microsofthelps
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