What's new in Access for Microsoft 365

What's new in Access for Microsoft 365

As a Microsoft 365 subscriber, you regularly get new and improved Office features. Take a look below to see what's available to you today.

Note: If you are an IT professional managing the Microsoft 365 update process, check out the channel releases page to learn which updates are provided in each channel.

Latest updates for Access

There is nothing new in Version 2009 (Build 13231.20200), the September release. Check out what we released recently. Find your Office version

Access screen with Add Tables Pane open

Add tables with fewer clicks

Use the Add Tables task pane, which stays open while you work, to add tables to relationships and queries.

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More about releases

When do I get new features?
New Microsoft 365 features are sometimes rolled out over a period of time to all subscribers.

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Complete list of all updates
Get information about all the channel releases for Microsoft 365 client applications.

Latest releases

New for non-subscribers
Not an Microsoft 365 subscriber but using Office 2016 or Office 2019? Find out what's available in your version.

What's new in Office 2016? What's new in Office 2019?

See what's new in the May update, Version 1905 (Build 11629.20196).

Switch seamlessly

The new account manager shows all of your Microsoft 365 work and personal accounts in one place. Switching between them has never been easier.

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Conceptual screenshot of account switching feature

See what's new in the March update, Version 1903 (Build 11425.20202).

Keep tabs on your database objects

Clearly see the active tab, easily drag tabs to rearrange them, and close database objects with just one click.

A data table with tabs that can be rearranged

Here's what's new in the January feature update, Version 1901 (11231.20130).

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Make the font bigger or smaller. Press Shift + F2 to zoom.

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