Microsoft just announced that the next version of Office will be specifically designed for the platform Windows 11 new.
This update is confirmed to have 64-bit ARM support. This new version of Office is reportedly already in beta and available for testing to Office Insiders.
The new Office comes with a visual refresh that brings the new Fluent Design across all applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access, Project, Publisher, and Visio.
The new Office will also match the theme on Windows 11, providing a seamless experience for users.
The new Office with 64-bit add-ins support, and visual refresh is available for Beta users running version 2107 Build 14228.20000 or later on Windows 11 or Windows 10.
As with other beta versions, this version comes with several issues, including color and style inconsistencies, a bug with animations, and a bug where document titles appear out of alignment in the title bar.
Microsoft Teams integration with Outlook is also not finished and some search features are not working properly in Outlook, OneNote, and Visio.
To be able to try this latest version, users must be using a Windows device running on an ARM processor, the laptop must be running the Windows 11 Insider Preview build, and any 32-bit versions of Office must be uninstalled before installing Office using the latest copy of the installer from office.com.