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    We need a way to view updates that are applied to Office. I looked in the File menu > Accounts command > Office updates button. Nothing there. Just the command that launches the update page. That is useful, but not relevant to the state of my machine.
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    I checked Windoze update history. No sign of 365 updates, but a bunch of Office 2010 updates. The oldest update in the list goes back 2 and half months.
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    We need to know WHEN updates are applied to Office 365/2019. We have users asking why features a not present or features that were present have magically disappeared. It would help to know when updates have been applied to know if that is the cause.

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    A user has created the XML file, why can't M$ do the same.
    XML / XSL download Last update: 25 Sept 2020 by Dr. Locky Law
    https://github.com/lx3h/LinguisticsJournals
    Stylesheet for Microsoft Word 2007 Referencing Style formatting. (Work on Microsoft Word for Office 365 as well)

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    A user has created the XML file, so why can you do it!

    XML / XSL download Last update: 25 Sept 2020 by Dr. Locky Law
    https://github.com/lx3h/LinguisticsJournals
    Stylesheet for Microsoft Word 2007 Referencing Style formatting. (Work on Microsoft Word for Office 365 as well)
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    Totally agree. Open up the default groups to allow users to add buttons.

    Problem is, you force user to recreate default group if they want to add buttons in the "logical" place, That is the point of the ribbon gooey isn't it, putting buttons for related functions in one visible logical location? BUT after we waste time recreating the default group it does NOT layout the SAME! WTF?

    So we have the option of creating a strange looking with group with default buttons so we can add buttons, or we have to create a tiny group with one command, wasting space on the ribbon

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    ron007 commented  · 

    I have read that an enhanced version of autocorrect/autotext called "text prediction" is currently being worked on in Word/Outlook. The (home) USER and / or employer Office Admin MUST be able to turn the feature off. We MUST be able to control where our proprietary data is sent. Sending data offsite is simply not acceptable in some business situations.

    Overall, I'm AGAINST this feature based on my experience with the bad guesses other Office "automation" has made on my behalf in the past.

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    APA 7 has been out for a year now. Students depend on Word to be current. Get on the ball

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    ron007 commented  · 

    Related to this suggestion is doing the same thing with Find results.
    When you do a find that is off screen the hit is displayed at the very top of the screen.
    Move the hit to the center of the screen to provide context before as well as after the hit.

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    That line and character number, while mystifying to the average user is at least marginally useful to those of us in the know. Bring it back, expand on it. Tell us what XML code is out of place!

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