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ArcGIS Maps for Office is a minor update that brings you improved speed, better usability, and many bug fixes. Here are some highlights:

  • ArcGIS Maps for Office now recognizes your organization's default geocoder.
  • ArcGIS Maps for Office now uses a Chromium-based browser to display maps, meaning that working with your data is much quicker. Even when working with lots of data, you can pan and zoom your maps effortlessly.
  • ArcGIS Maps for Office now supports vector basemaps and layers, which means your maps look even better on high-resolution monitors.
  • You can now select items on a map and export the corresponding rows of data to a new worksheet or new Excel workbook, allowing you to work with the data where you want.
  • Visual improvements to the Add Data and Style Layer interfaces help you load and visualize your data more easily.
  • Pop-up infographic settings persist across layers, so you don't have to make changes to each individual layer.
  • Cells that contain formulas update the map when the source data is updated.
  • Map and layer styles are rendered correctly when cell values change.
  • You can now specify the spatial reference system to use when you export a layer.
  • Many more bug fixes, including localization and internationalization issues.