Microsoft Office 2021 will launch on October 5th

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  1. Calliers

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    Microsoft is launching its next perpetual version of Microsoft Office for commercial customers today, and promising an Office 2021 consumer release on October 5th. Microsoft Office Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) for Windows and Mac will be available for commercial and government users today, providing a locked-in time release of Office that doesn’t require a subscription.

    Office LTSC is designed for businesses in regulated industries where processes and apps can’t change on a monthly basis, or for manufacturing plants that rely on Office and want a locked-in time release. It won’t ship with the AI- and cloud-powered features that are found in Microsoft 365, and it won’t receive new features, either. Microsoft will support Office LTSC for five years, and the company has also committed to another perpetual version of Office for the future.

    The consumer Office 2021 perpetual release will be very similar, offering a locked-in time release without feature updates. Microsoft lists the following additions to Office LTSC, that should also apply to Office 2021:
    • Line Focus - similar to a reading mode to remove distraction and move through Word documents line by line.
    • XLOOKUP function - helps find things in a table or range by row in an Excel worksheet.
    • Dynamic array support - new functions in Excel that use dynamic arrays.
    • Dark mode - all Office apps will include dark mode support.
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    Mr Cairo DREDD do You require backup .... NO

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    Only a few weeks ago had an friend give me a key and upgraded from 2013 to a standalone 2019 so could be a while before I upgrade again.
     

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