Office Insider Fast Release Notes for Windows – October 26, 2018

By Jesse Gamble on October 26, 2018

October 26, 2018 Version 1811 (Build 11022.20000)

What’s new

Word

Editor for Resume

Editor for Resume brings resume-specific and relevant style critiques to help ease the wordsmithing pains of the resume writing process.  This is a new addition within Resume Assistant.

What is Resume Assistant? See this article: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/write-your-best-resume-with-help-from-linkedin-and-resume-assistant-444ff6f0-ef74-4a9c-9091-ffd7a9d1917a

Getting Started

  • Open your resume on Word on Windows, and Resume Assistant will appear.  After entering Role and Industry, Editor for Resume will be on automatically (scroll down to see the card in the pane).
  • Note: You can also access Resume Assistant from the Ribbon in the Review tab.
  • Check through the document to see new resume critiques and style critiques in action, such as:  Vague Quantifiers, Superfluous Expressions, Vague Verbs, Avoid First Person References, Informal Language, Clichés, and more.
  • Currently, Editor for Resume only supports English. Additional languages will come later next year.

 

Notable Fixes

Word

Various performance and stability fixes

Excel

We fixed an issue with localized yellow buttons showing in English UI

PowerPoint

Various performance and stability fixes

Outlook

We fixed an issue where Outlook would unexpectedly close when adding addresses to contacts

Access

We fixed an issue with view refresh in linked table manager

Project

Various performance and stability fixes

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