This latest Office update follows initial ones that resulted in identity database corruption.
Following problems with identity database corruption after installing the latest update, Microsoft has pulled the update from its automatic update service.
The update mainly focuses on Outlook, but also covers some features of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
We recommend installing Windows XP SP2 but only after Microsoft has had a few weeks to work out the kinks.
After upgrading Office 2011 for Mac with the newly released Service Pack 2, if you are having notices about the identity database, then you may need to rebuild it.
Unless your business has specific ActiveX technology needs, you are much more secure running Firefox than Internet Explorer.
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