Office 2013 and Office 2010 updates for July 2018

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Just a few non-security or bug fix updates for Office 2013 for Windows and Office 2010 for Windows.

These updates should come to you automatically via Microsoft Update or you can patch individually from the links provided.

Here’s Microsoft’s list with their explanation of each update.

Office 2013

Excel 2013 KB4022244

“Assume that you copy a cell that contains unknown metadata and paste the cell content on the same cell in Excel 2013. Then you undo the operation. When you paste the cell content to another cell in Excel 2013, Excel 2013 may crash.”

Office 2013 KB4018378

This is labelled as an Office 2013 update but the description implies that it’s a Word 2013 fix.

“Assume that you have a multipage table and enable the Repeat as header row at the top of each page option on the Row tab in the Table Properties dialog box. When you set the text direction for the header row to vertical and insert a footnote to a cell in the header row, some pages of the document are displayed, and some other pages disappear.”

Office 2013 KB4022166

“When you select the Request additional permissions link for a protected document in Office 2013, nothing happens. You have expected that either the default web browser will open and navigate to the configure URL, or a new email message that’s sent to the author of the document will open.”

Outlook 2013 KB4022242

“This update provides the translation update for some strings to improve the accuracy.

When you close an email message from the taskbar, Outlook 2013 may crash. ”

Office 2010

PowerPoint 2010 KB4022136

“This update provides an appropriate help message for Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0 in all localized versions of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. When you edit a formula that’s created by Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0, the appropriate help message is displayed.”

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