“”This release improves the reliability and security of our products, and we have also been able to use customer feedback and customer feedback tools to improve our products and make the enhancements to One Note and InfoPath,” Simon Marks, product manager for the Microsoft Office System, told eWEEK in a interview.
The majority of SP1 comprises bug fixes and security enhancements, essentially fixing any issues since the release of the product last year. But customer feedback about how the Redmond software maker could improve OneNote and InfoPath also has been incorporated and delivered in the service pack, with 90 percent of OneNote’s enhancements based on customer feedback.”
Microsoft’s Office Service Pack 1 (SP1), is available for download here, and will also be available on CD in September at a price that basically covers postage and packaging. The English client download is about 18MB, and the administrator version is 74MB.
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