Microsoft Office Patchday (March 5, 2019)

[German]On the first Tuesday of the month (Office Patchday), Microsoft released some non-security updates for Microsoft Office 2010, Office 2013, and Office 2016 on March 5, 2019.


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The updates are for the installable MSI version of Office and are shipped with Windows Update. Click-to-run packages receive updates through other channels. As a result, Office 2019 will no longer appear in the list below, where only click-to-run installers will be available.

Updates that are not relevant to security are documented on this website (deleted) and in the KB articles linked below. Here is the list of updates.

Office 2010

To install these updates, you must have Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 2 installed.

  • Update for Microsoft Access 2010 (KB4018363): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB4461626): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB2589339): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Outlook 2010 (KB4462229): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.

The changes to the Japanese calendar will become necessary when the Japanese Emperor abdicates in May 2019 and a new Emperor takes office.

Office 2013

  • Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB4462201): Make changes to the Japanese calendar. Fixes certain issues in Visio 2013.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB4092455): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Outlook 2013 (KB4462206): Make changes to the Japanese calendar and contains a fix for Outlook.
  • Update for Microsoft Visio 2013 (KB4461484): Fixes bugs in Visio 2013.

Office 2016

  • Update for Microsoft Access 2016 (KB4462192): Fixes a crash error in Access.
  • Update for Microsoft Excel 2016 (KB4462212): Fixes a bug in pivot tables.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2016 (KB4461439): Fixes a chart crash error in Excel.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2016 (KB4462214): With this update, you can prevent Access 2016 from running Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code if the file that contains VBA code is considered to originate from the Internet. This update also fixes an issue that causes users of the Japanese date format to see an error in Outlook 2016 when they create a meeting during a month that changes the Japanese era.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2016 (KB4462195): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2016 (KB4462118): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2016 (KB4032231): Fixes an error in the Japanese calendar.
  • Update for Microsoft Office 2016 Language Interface Pack (KB4462194): This update adds translations for new holidays that are introduced to the Outlook calendar in multiple languages.
  • Update for Microsoft Outlook 2016 (KB4462196): Makes changes for Japanese holidays in the Outlook holiday file. To enable these changes, delete existing Japanese holidays from your Outlook calendar, install this update, and then add Japanese holidays again. For more information, see KB 4462188. Also adds translations for new holidays that are introduced in the Outlook calendar in multiple languages.
  • Update for Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 (KB4462191): Fixes the bug when you copy and paste a slide shape from one slide to another, the slide number value in the shape is not updated according to the slide number. When you export a presentation using the Slide.Export method, PowerPoint 2016 crashes.
  • Update for Microsoft Project 2016 (KB4462198): Fixes a number of bugs that are listed in the KB article.
  • Update for Skype for Business 2016 (KB4462190): The update for Microsoft Skype for Business 2016 raises the version number to 16.0.4822.1000.
  • Update for Microsoft Word 2016 (KB4462193): Fixes a number of bugs that are listed in the KB article.

Details can be found in the respective KB articles.


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1 Response to Microsoft Office Patchday (March 5, 2019)

  1. JT says:

    Problems with Office 2010 Updates on 3/5/19; Outlook now having errors:

    I am using Windows 7 Professional and Microsoft Office Professional 2010. I have Windows Updates turned on to automatically check for updates, including updates to other Microsoft products, but to let me decide to install them. Windows Update indicated yesterday (3/5/19) that there were 4 important updates for Microsoft Office 2010.

    I installed these “4” Microsoft Office 2010 updates on 3/5/19 via Windows Update and Outlook 2010 immediately was no longer able to receive email from my POP3 servers. It still will not (time out error).

    I didn’t do a thing in Outlook except have it open trying to get my emails. It was working fine, I did the update, and suddenly every attempt to receive emails timed out. I have mutiple Outlook accounts/profiles, and this error happens now in all of them. It started immediately after the update. The first thing I did was restart Outlook. No improvement. I confirmed that the email providers had no issue, double-checked all Outlook and email settings, confirmed I can still get email directly via my provider’s web interfaces, etc. Plus the usual stuff, like reboot, try turning off antivirus, check ISP, etc. No luck. It was obvious the problem was created by the update, but I took all the steps to exclude other possible “coincidental” issues.

    So, I’ve been online with Microsoft Office Support all morning, and still have no resolution. They eventually just gave up on me because I wouldn’t give them remote access to my PC. They suggested some diagnostic tools I can try to fix Outlook.

    There were supposed to be 4 updates on 3/5/19 (“View update HISTORY” shows jsut these 4), but when I looked at the list of Installed Updates (in order to uninstall them; I had planned to uninstall all 4 of these), there are 50 Microsoft Office 2010 updates listed as installed on 3/5/19!

    Microsoft Office Support could not answer my questions about this list of 50 updates, or really anything about the 3/5/19 update, and also stated that Microsoft Office updates can no longer be uninstalled. (Really?)

    They were concentrating on trying to take remote control of my PC to troubleshoot Outlook settings. They did admit my probem seemed to be a result of the Office 2010 update (which is why they were giving me some support for free instead of $149), but instead of addressing any update issue, were focused on trying to fix/replace Outlook profiles to see if that would resolve the POP3 receive problem.

    As I’ve been investigating what’s going on, I’ve discovered these 4 updates seem to be related to (possibly replacements for?) the 4 Office 2010 Japanese calendar updates in January that were pulled because they created problems with Office applications. The fact that I immediately started having trouble with an Outlook after these updates leads me to believe there’s something similar going on now.

    Microsoft Office 2010 updates on 3/5/19:
    Update for Microsoft Access 2010 (KB4018363): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
    Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB4461626): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
    Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB2589339): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.
    Update for Microsoft Outlook 2010 (KB4462229): Make changes to the Japanese calendar.

    According to “View installed updates” (Control Panel | All Control Panel Items | Programs and Features | Installed Updates) these 4 updates, along with 46 other Microsoft updates!!, were installed 3/5/19 when I selected just those 4 above to install.

    I certainly hesitate to try to uninstall 50 updates one-by-one without any support from Microsoft on this issue. I don’t even know how to contact the appropriate folks at Microsoft about this. After being jerked around and sent from one support rep to another for hours today, and then just being given up on, I have no confidence.

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