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    PATCH WATCH By Susan Bradley With Microsoft 365 making inroads onto platforms other than Windows, it’s increasingly important to track versioning and
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      Susan, after I read your column about Outlook Add-ins, I checked mine. The only one I added is Add-In Tools Classic Menu. But I discovered several Microsoft (MS) ones that I did not need (or want) that could be disabled: MS Access Outlook Add-in for Data Collection and Publishing (not using Access), MS Exchange Add-In (I don’t use Exchange); One Note Notes about Outlook Items (I don’t use One Note); Outlook Social Connector (I don’t use “social” web sites); Skype Meeting Add-In for MS Office (I don’t use Skype); TeamViewer Meeting Add-In (I don’t use TeamViewer); MS SharePoint Server Colleague Import Add-in (I don’t use SharePoint). That leaves only the aforementioned Classic Menu add-in and MS VBA for Outlook. I have Microsoft Office 2016 on Windows 10.

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