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lwjohns

Post-SP1 Updates for Office 2013 (Updated 13 NOV 2015)

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Thanks a lot. Really useful!

I was wondering why KB3039779 is not in there though?

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Thanks a lot. Really useful!

I was wondering why KB3039779 is not in there though?

 

replaced by KB3054946, however as KB3039779 is a "security" update and KB3054946 is only a standard update, Windows Update will show both.

 

And now these have been replaced by KB3055001 + KB3055014

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Here are updates lists for Office 2013 SP1.

 

The service packs are language specific.  The updates are language neutral.

Thank great initiative

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The links at the top are not working for me. Am I the only one?

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the links worked fine for me.

 

thanks for the november updates

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Can you please update for December patch tuesday updates?

 

Are you making this list manually by going through each kb urls on Microsoft's website?

 

The urls for office updates don't show up in WindowsUpdate.log file.

 

If you install via Windows Update, URLsnooper shows that it is downloading .cab files not .exe which are in the list.

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DO NOT sign up thinking this site is trying to be useful! The file format of the "list" needs proprietary software installed that when used to open the list (surprise!) tell you it needs to be licensed (i.e. "purchased") RIP OFF!

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DO NOT sign up thinking this site is trying to be useful! The file format of the "list" needs proprietary software installed that when used to open the list (surprise!) tell you it needs to be licensed (i.e. "purchased") RIP OFF!

 

This is actually not true at all.  Any one can contribute to an update list.  rename any ulz file to zip and you can extract the compressed ul file.  This can then be renamed to .xml and edited.  Once edited you can then rename the xml to ul and then zip the file and rename the zip to ulz.  The windows update downloader available at http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/ProgramFiles.aspx can use these files with out any kind of license

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