Earlier this week it was reported that Microsoft had pulled its Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 2 from the Microsoft AutoUpdate. The reason behind this was because there were reports from users who were claiming that there were some issues regarding Outlook database corruption. While those who might be tech savvy had no problems manually rebuilding their database and installing the software, Microsoft claims that the reason behind them pulling the service pack from AutoUpdate was to protect users who might not be familiar with the problem. In any case it looks like Microsoft has pushed out an update to Service Pack 2 known as Microsoft Office 2011 14.2.1. This update is intended for those who have yet to download Service Pack 2, and also for those who have already downloaded SP2 but will now bring them up to the latest version. Pop on over to Microsoft’s blog for the details and the download.
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