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Office 2013 Service Pack 1 now available

Today we’ve released Service Pack 1 (SP1) for the 2013 set of Office products including Office 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Exchange Server 2013. SP1 delivers greater stability, expanded functionality, security enhancements and improved compatibility with Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Office 2013 customers will begin to get notifications of SP1 availability through Windows Update within the next 30 days. Exchange Server 2013 and SharePoint 2013 customers can download SP1 at the Microsoft download center. If you are an Office 365 subscriber, you are always on the most up-to-date version of Office products so you are all set! To learn more about what’s included in SP1, you can check out the Office Sustained Engineering blog and the Exchange Engineering blog.

–Chris Schneider

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  1. What about the click-to-run version of Office 2013? When will that be updated to SP1, and how will that update work?

    • @jakesterpdx: We are gradually rolling out the update to click-to-run users of Office 2013 and Office 365. We expect to make the update visible to all users by the time of the March Public Update (March 11th). To manually start the installation on a computer that hasn’t been updated, you can perform Online Repair or toggle the “Enable Updates” option in My Account under the File menu.

  2. Will there be a slipstreamed version of Office with SP1 for VL clients? This would simplify enterprise deployments for new installs.

    • @khay508: We intend to release a slipstreamed version of Office SP1 for VL clients. Please check back with the Volume License Service Center within the coming month.

  3. Does the enhanced compatibility mean that SharePoint 2013 now works on Windows Server 2012 R2(KB2891274)?

  4. I am getting a corrupted cache error message with OneNote with service pack update and windows 8.1. I haven’t been able to fix it… — Tried re-install OneNote, deleted the old cache — and still getting the corrupt message.

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