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Office 2021 With Dark Mode Support Announced, Microsoft to Begin Rollout Later This Year

Microsoft has announced its office 2021 with dark mode support. Microsoft Office 2021 LTSC(Long Term Servicing Channel) and Office 2021 version is coming with dark mode support across multiple apps and performance improvements across Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. The company will begin to roll out later this year.

Microsoft Office 2021 LTSC(Long Term Servicing Channel) and Office 2021 version is coming with dark mode support across multiple apps and performance improvements across Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

The Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) version is for small commercial users and its preview will be available in April. another office 2021 is the successor of Office 2019

In a blog post shared by Microsoft, they’ve announced that Office 2021 and Office 2021 LTSC versions will be available later this year. An exact rollout timeline hasn’t been announced and details about new features will also be revealed closer to general availability.

The Office 2021 and Office 2021 LTSC will have dark mode support across multiple apps and capabilities like Dynamic Arrays and XLOOKUP in Microsoft Excel. There will improved functionalities in features of Microsoft Word, Microsoft ExcelMicrosoft Outlook, and Microsoft PowerPoint both performance and accessibility wise.

Microsoft confirms that the LTSC version of Office will still be a device-based “perpetual” license and Microsoft will increase the price of Office Professional Plus, Office Standard, and the individual apps by up to 10 percent at the time of general availability. Both the versions of Office 2021 will be shipped with the OneNote app and support both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. And will be available for both Windows and Mac users.

However Skype for Business will not come with the new version of Office, instead, users have to separately download it. Instead, it will bundle Microsoft Teams for group chats and video calls.

The new version will also come with OneDrive cloud storage and an all-new Outlook.

Read Also: Microsoft is installing Office web apps on Windows 10 without your permission.

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