Issues that this update fixes
- Assume that you use OneDrive for Business to upload a file to a SharePoint server. When you stop and then resume the upload, the file is restarts.
Note The expected action is that the file upload continues after you resume.
- When you try to copy and paste something from a SharePoint site to an Office 2013 application, you are unexpectedly prompted to sign in to the SharePoint site. Additionally, after you sign in to the SharePoint site, you cannot paste.
- When you use an Office 2013 application to try to open a file in the Office document cache, you cannot open the file.
- When you open or save a document in OneDrive, Office 2013 displays a balloon that says OneDrive is running the first time.
Note The expected action is that OneDrive displays the first run experience.
- After you use OneNote 2013 to insert a zero byte file in to an OneNote section on a SharePoint Server 2013 server, you cannot use OneNote 2010 to open the OneNote section. Additionally, you receive a 0xE0000B75 sync error.
- This update removes some asserts in the Msosync.exe Task Scheduler code.
- After you perform a migration from Office 2010 to Office 2013, you receive the following error message when you start the Office document cache (ODC) in Office 2013: ODC Migration has encountered a problem
- This update provides improved asserts for reporting incidences of large knowledge and cache corruption.
- When you use OneDrive for Business to synchronize a file that is throttled by a SharePoint Server 2013 server, Office Document Cache (ODC) still tries to download the file.
- When you leave OneNote 2013 notebooks open for some time, OneNote 2013 crashes.
- Consider the following scenario:
- You use OneDrive for Business to synchronize files on a slow connection.
- You have an Office document that is located on the local disk.
- You try to open the Office document that is synchronizing by using OneDrive for Business.
In this situation, OneDrive for Business takes longer than expected to open the document.
Update detailsThis update does not replace any previously released update.
How to obtain and install the updateNote This update applies to Office 2013 MSI installations only. This update does not apply to click-to-run installations.
To identify the installation version of Office 2013, follow these steps:
- Start an Office 2013 application, such as Microsoft Word 2013.
- On the File menu, click Account.
- If Office 2013 was installed by using Click-to-Run, an "Update Options" item is displayed. For an MSI installation, the "Update Options" item is not displayed.
Note The update for Office Home and Student 2013 RT is available only from Windows Update.
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You do not have to restart the computer after you install this update.