Office is shipping a new feature that enables PDFs created from Office using Export to PDF or Save As PDF to retain the source document’s labels or encryption into the output PDF. Office also enables Office Add-in developers to hook into and reuse some or all of Office’s PDF creation code.
We are excited to announce that the single sign-on (SSO) functionality for Office Add-ins is moving to General Availability with version 2008. This authentication service allows an add-in to automatically and securely sign in a user after being granted consent, providing a more convenient experience by reducing the number of times they are requested to sign in. SSO works with both work and school accounts as well as Microsoft accounts.
We’ve made the content in the Microsoft 365 Developer Program dashboard better. By combining data science with your selected preferences, we’ve updated the dashboard to help you get started quickly with your preferred products and technologies.
We’re excited to announce new capabilities that let you create your own custom experiences in Microsoft 365, and enable your users to achieve more in the Office products they already use every day: Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
This months Office Add-ins PnP updates include how to use a shared library to migrate your Visual Studio Tools for Office Add-in to an Office web add-in, manage ribbon and task pane UI, and run code on doc open and share global data with a shared runtime