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Office Insider Build for Android: SD card support, ActiveX support

Microsoft has launched a new MS Office Insider Build for Android that’s bringing a copious numbers of new features to the Build. SD card support, new apps, ActiveX Controls are some of the major changes that will be evident. The new version of Office Insider Build will be named as 16.0.7127.1002. For all the three major software applications, the main feature that has been included is the support of SD card. So, users will be able to save their files to SD card. The ActiveX Control has been re-introduced which was removed from Microsoft Edge with Windows 10. Check out the features of Office Insider Build as briefed by Microsoft.

Office Insider Build for Android: SD card support, ActiveX support

 

Word

  • Tables built for touch: No more cut and paste! Drag tables to move them, and let text wrap around
  • Save files on SD cards: With Android 5.0 and newer versions, save files anywhere on an SD card.
  • Discover more Office apps: Word now makes it easy for you to discover and quickly install all the Office apps available for your Android phone and tablet.

Excel

  • Open more files: Now you can open files that contain ActiveX controls.
  • Save files on SD cards: With Android 5.0 and newer versions, save files anywhere on an SD card.
  • Discover more Office apps: Excel now makes it easy for you to discover and quickly install all the Office apps available for your Android phone and tablet.

PPT

  • Save files on SD cards: With Android 5.0 and newer versions, save files anywhere on an SD card.
  • Discover more Office apps: PowerPoint now makes it easy for you to discover and quickly install all the Office apps available for your Android phone and tablet.

 

Office Insider Build for Android: SD card support, ActiveX support - Last modify: July 6th, 2016, Author: Anik
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