Latest Office for Windows desktop Insider build gets ability to change the transparency level of pictures

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Microsoft has now added the image transparency options to Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint in the latest Office for Windows desktop Insider build. You can access them from the Format ribbon, or from the Right-Click > Format Picture menu. This feature allows you to show what is behind an image giving greater control when making edits to picture. It is important to note that this feature is designed to only work for one picture at a time. This Insider build also comes with the following bug fixes.

App Description
  • We fixed a crashing issue that occurred while inking in Word
  • We fixed an issue with using IME in modern comment editbox
  • We fixed an auto recovery issue that occurred after a session unlock
  • We fixed an issue where external links within PowerPoint were broken when saving to cloud
  • Various performance and stability fixes
  • Various performance and stability fixes
  • Various performance and stability fixes

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