As an Office 365 subscriber, you regularly get new and improved Office 2016 features. Take a look below to see what's available to you today.
Note: If you are an IT professional managing the Office 365 update process, check out the channel releases page to learn which updates are provided in each channel.
Latest updates for Access 2016
See what's new and improved in the May 2018 feature update, Version 1805 (Build 9330.2087).
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Latest updates for Access 2016
There's nothing new in the July 2018 feature update, Version 1807 (Build 10325.20030). Check back again soon! Find your Office version.
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We'd love to hear your thoughts about what works, what doesn't, and where you think we can improve. To report issues or send feedback, click File > Feedback from any Office 2016 app. You can also reach us by posting in the Office Insider community or tweeting at @OfficeInsider.
See what's new and improved in the June 2017 feature update, Version 1707 (Build 8326.2058).
New Label Name property for Access controls makes them more accessible
We've added a new property to controls called Label Name so you can associate a label control with another control. Previously, you had to "cut" a label control and then "paste" it on another control to associate it. Now with the new Label Name property, you can easily type in the name of a label control to associate it.
Associating a label name with a control promotes accessibility because assistive technologies can now detect and indicate the association.
Editing a new value list item is more accessible
We're introducing a new keyboard shortcut that makes it easier to open the Edit List Items dialog box when working with value list combo boxes on your Access forms.
If your combo box uses a value list as its data source and you've set the Allow Value List Edits property to Yes, you can use this new keyboard shortcut. When you have focus on the combo box in Form view, press Ctrl+E to open the Edit List Items dialog box.