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On January 16th, 2019, Microsoft released Office 365 for Mac Version 16.21 (Build 19011500) in 27 languages. Our Office International team was responsible for translating this release. You may see the following features when you update to it:
- In Excel, you can now collaborate effectively with comments and @mentions.
- In PowerPoint, you can now print slide numbers in handouts.
- In Word, use the Apple continuity camera to insert a photo from your device into your document. Note: You need to be on Mac OS Mojave to use this functionality. For more information on continuity camera read this.
- In Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Outlook you can now apply sensitivity labels to your documents to keep them compliant with your organization's information protection policies. Note: Sensitivity labels are not visible if your Office account isn't a work or school account. Sensitivity labels must be configured in the Office 365 Security & Compliance center to be available in Office applications. If your organization has sensitivity labels configured in the Azure Information Protection portal, they need to be migrated.
More information and help content on this release can be found in the Mac section of the What's New in Office 365 page. Our team also localises the content on support.office.com in 37 languages. If you ever have a suggestions (e.g. on the translations used or user experience) on how to make localised versions of Office 365 for Mac or support.office.com better, then please submit an idea here and we will look into it.
Office 365 for Mac ships in the following 27 languages: