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Microsoft Office apps latest update for Mac supports Dark mode and much more

Microsoft Office apps latest update for Mac supports Dark mode and much more
Microsoft Office apps latest update for Mac supports Dark mode and much more

Microsoft now updated its Office suite of programs such as macOS that adds a dim manner, compatibility with macOS Mojave, also provides support for Continuity Camera. If you’re running macOS Mojave in your Mac, you will then have the ability to use Office programs like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook in Black Mode.

Changing to Dark style won’t just produce the UI components dark but also the icons within the programs will also change so for greater readability.

With Continuity Camera service, you’ll have the ability to import pictures from the iPhone into a PowerPoint presentation in only a couple of clicks. This integration is now just available in PowerPoint, even though it must make its way to other Office programs shortly. Additionally, there are new proofreading programs in Powerpoint for more intelligent writing and grammar suggestions.

Microsoft Outlook is also acquiring a variety of new features such as the capability to turn off forwarding for a meeting, the capability to see who’s coming to get a meeting, Teams integration for online meetings, along with a choice to talk about your calendar with friends, families, and employees.

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These modifications will probably soon be rolling out to Office 365 readers from now itself with variant 16.20.18120801. In case you haven’t already upgraded, start looking for an upgrade to find these new Office features straight away.