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Microsoft Office for Mac 16.46

Microsoft has released version 16.46 of Office for Mac with adjustments for sensitivity labeling (such as Personal, Public, Confidential, etc.). Government customers in the GCC and GCC-H environments can now apply sensitivity labels to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents and Outlook emails. Administrators can see when users apply, change, or remove sensitivity labels on their documents and emails in Microsoft 365 audit logs. Both Word and PowerPoint can recommend or automatically apply a sensitivity label based on the content detected. PowerPoint also enables you to select a range of slides when exporting to animated GIF and adds an option to export an animated GIF with a transparent background. ($149.99 for a one-time purchase, $99.99/$69.99 annual subscription options, free update through Microsoft AutoUpdate, release notes, macOS 10.14+)

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  1. After first use, this update has many useful features including the new look. One disadvantage is that in Outlook ‘Categories’ and ‘Filters’ are not available to IMAP account users. This is a significant issue for me who uses these functions to manage my email archive.

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