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      • #2278385 Reply
        mpw
        AskWoody Plus

        I have Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019.

        When I go to File>Office Account under Product Information it shows:  Version 2006 (Build 13001.20266 Click to Run).

        When I go to File>Office Account>and click on “? About Outlook” box, this is at the top of the page in blue lettering:  Microsoft Outlook 2019 MSO (16.0.13001.20254) 64-bit.

        Neither of these versions/builds match any on Susan Bradley’s Master Patch list for Office 2019.

        I will only receive security updates.  I do not receive feature updates for this one-time purchase version of Office.  The current Version 2006 (Build 13001.20266), was released June 30, 2020.  It is the same for Retail versions of Office 2016 C2R and Office 2019.

        I do not know why the version build 13001.20266 does not match the MSO build 16.0.13001.20254

        I have a retail version of Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019 and I think that is why neither is on the Master Patch List which says Office/Exchange.  (I really don’t know)

        The updates option on my Office 2019 program is either on or off.  Is there anywhere that I can see when it is safe to turn updates on for my Office program?

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        Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019
        -Version 2007(Build 13029.20308 C2R)

      • #2281533 Reply
        KYKaren
        AskWoody Plus

        I do not know why the version build 13001.20266 does not match the MSO build 16.0.13001.20254

        I had the same question about Word (posted at June 10 at #2271146 ), but no one ever answered.

        Maybe, no one knows???

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      • #2281543 Reply
        Elly
        AskWoody MVP

        Neither of these versions/builds match any on Susan Bradley’s Master Patch list for Office 2019.

        The builds that are on the Master Patch list are for volume licensing.

        No idea why you get two different build numbers… maybe someone else has that information?

        Is there anywhere that I can see when it is safe to turn updates on for my Office program?

        It is easiest to follow the DEFCON ratings, and then update both the OS and Office, together.

        Susan Bradley’s Master Patch list is targeting businesses, which is why she lists the volume licensed builds. You can apply the information about any listed bugs to the equivalent retail version patches, to double check, before applying updates, if you wish.

        You can double check released updates/builds by going to Microsoft’s Update History Office 2019 and scrolling down to the Retail Office version.

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        • #2281698 Reply
          Susan Bradley
          AskWoody MVP

          The first tab of the Office spreadsheet is the click to run listings,

           

          https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/officeupdates/current-channel#version-2006-june-30

          You are on the current/monthly channel aka the one that gets updates – not monthly – but nearly WEEKLY.  As a result the version I list in the spreadsheet is the release that has the security update.  By the time I say “sure go ahead with updates” the monthly /current channel of Office already got two more releases and thus the build number is already changed.  That current channel is the one that blew up last week and it’s why I STRONGLY recommend to get off Microsoft’s office beta channel and move to the less disruptive semi annual channel.   check out the patch watch column coming out tonight/tomorrow with detailed info on how to do this.

          Bottom line I list consumer versions as well, but only the release that includes the security updates for the month.

           

          Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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          • #2281713 Reply
            KYKaren
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            Where is this Master Patch List spreadsheet? I’ve done a search and nothing comes up.

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            • #2281714 Reply
              geekdom
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              MenuBar across the page top:

              https://www.askwoody.com/patch-list-master/

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          • #2283896 Reply
            mpw
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            I have a retail version of Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019.  I do not have Microsoft Office 365. I bought Office 2019 with the understanding I would only get security updates.

            On July 8, 2020 I installed Windows 10 updates for June 2020 and at the same time clicked install now on my Office 2019 Account page.  I received Version 2006 (build 13001.20266 Click-to-Run) released June 30, 2020.  It is apparently a feature update.

            See – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/officeupdates/current-channel#version-2006-june-30

            Retail versions of Office 2016 C2R and Office 2019 share the same release dates and version numbers and update together.  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/officeupdates/update-history-office-2019#retail-versions-of-office-2016-c2r-and-office-2019

            It may be best to leave updating off on Office 2019 and just click install on Office 2019 when I install Windows 10 updates.  I guess I could also check if the volume license version had any problems for the same month.

            I do not think the retail version of Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019 has all the different “channel” choices you refer to for updating.  I think that is only for Office 365. I never found the “patch watch column” you refer to.  Is that on another site?

            Sorry for the late reply but I never got any emails that anyone had replied to this post.  Thanks for your help.

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            Windows10 Home v1909 – Build 18363.959
            Windows Defender and Windows Firewall
            Microsoft Office Home and Business 2019
            -Version 2007(Build 13029.20308 C2R)

        • #2281693 Reply
          anonymous
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          Susan Bradley’s Master Patch list is targeting businesses, which is why she lists the volume licensed builds.

          She also lists subscription and retail builds.

          Only Insider Beta/Preview builds are not included.

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      • #2281549 Reply
        anonymous
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        Neither of these versions/builds match any on Susan Bradley’s Master Patch list for Office 2019.

        The current Version 2006 (Build 13001.20266), was released June 30, 2020.

        Master Patch List was last updated June 29, 2020.

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