I have a client whose employees use Excel, Access, Word, etc. to create pretty sophisticated documents for their customers. Seems they got clobbered by the December, 2014 patches that totally screwed up Office (2007, 2010 and 2013 I believe) with respect to VBA, Command Buttons, Powerpoint 'image part with relationship ID rId2 not found', etc.
Note: I am NOT at all familiar with what they do (macros, inserting code, command buttons, etc.) so please be gentle! I'm trying to help them find an answer, but all we can locate so far are references to the fact that Microsoft updates totally hosed some of the functionality they depend on. Links:
Fix suggestions range from uninstalling some KB's, using System Restore, uninstall/reinstall Office, hide updates, etc.
The problem seems to be that unless everyone has installed the same MSFT patches (or patches of patches), then what works on one PC will likely not work on another - hence, if they send a client a file that was prepared on a 'patched' PC and the client is not 'patched', the CommandButtons won't work, etc.
Yikes! Has anyone been following this and know of what MSFT is doing to address what seems to be a HUGE problem?