MacOS Mojave was released to the public last month, and since then, we have seen third party apps being updated…
MacOS Mojave was released to the public last month, and since then, we have seen third party apps being updated slowly to support the new Dark Mode interface. According to Microsoft Office Product Manager Akshay Bakshi, Microsoft Office will soon add support for a Dark Mode interface.
While Bakshi’s original tweet only offered a teaser that displays Microsoft Word’s Navigation Panel Switch to Dark Mode, it is now possible to get a full look at Microsoft PowerPoint’s Dark Mode Interface. As you can see in the image above, Microsoft Office Dark Mode will theme the entire application.
Unfortunately, it seems that all Microsoft Office programs will not add Dark Mode support, at least in the beginning. Currently, Word, Excel and PowerPoint are the only ones tested by the company, but it can change in the future.
Support for Microsoft Office Dark Mode will be a welcome update for users of the Microsoft program series. Currently, Microsoft Office devices contain predominantly white interfaces, which cause them to destroy when MacOS is set to dark mode.
Microsoft Office Dark Mode is now available to Officer Insider beta testers, with a full release to follow. Earlier today, Microsoft Outlook was updated for iOS with optimization for iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
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