Many people have been discussing of late the next version of Microsoft Office, aptly codenamed 'Office 14', so much that they may have forgotten that Microsoft is still looking after its current generation products. That's right, according to Ars Technica, Microsoft is going to release Service Pack 2 for Microsoft Office 2007 this month, bring a range of improvements. You may remember recently that the Service Pack was leaked; well, this article is for those who stay on the right side of law.
There is an official blog post about this on the TechNet website, revealing some of the coming tweaks and features. Here's what they state:
Service Pack 2 for the 2007 Office System will be made available to Windows Server Update Services in April, classified as a service pack. Service Pack 2 includes some significant work, including: built-in ability to save as ODF & PDF formats, improvements to Outlook's performance and calendar reliability, significant bug fixes for charts in core Office applications, the ability for client service packs to be removed using an uninstall tool, and a host of customer-requested improvements to the Office Server products. It is also a rollup of all fixes that have previously been released for Office 2007 products. Additional information will be posted to the Office Sustaining Engineering blog later this month.
Keep an eye out for when this will be released, although it will most likely show up in Windows Update. If that's not the case, you can always visit Microsoft's Download Center to get your hands on it upon release to the public.