If the issue continues to occur, go to the next step. This did NOT worked for me , can someone else confirm as well please?
It worked for me. I had to do it twice.
Otherwise, try following the complete steps from the Microsoft Support article linked to in the above answer. This does not solve the problem, alas!
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Question feed. Apple was mum, and Microsoft blamed Apple for it, saying on its support site , "We are actively working with Apple to ensure resolution with the next update of OS X Meanwhile, Office for Mac users vented their ire on support forums , with tens of thousands of messages complaining about the issue. Installing the new OS X Microsoft staffers took to message boards to tell people to upgrade to it, Computerworld reports.
Microsoft has been taking a beating on its Office for Mac support discussion forum since Sept. Since then, numerous threads have been produced by users looking for an explanation and a fix.
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The longest thread so far -- which harked back to early July, just a day after Microsoft shipped the final Office for Mac and Apple issued the first public beta of El Capitan -- had logged nearly 48, views and contained more than messages as of late Tuesday, both extremely large numbers for the forum. Most of the crashes have involved Outlook, customers reported, but other applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, have also regularly dropped dead, either separately or when Outlook went down. Computerworld staffers running Office for Mac on El Capitan-powered Macs have been affected as well.
Tuesday's Office for Mac update -- available only to consumers or businesses that have subscribed to a rent-not-own Office plan -- was billed as a security rollout, but it also included multiple non-security bug fixes and improvements for Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word.
Although Microsoft said that Tuesday's update did not include a fix for the Office for Mac crashes, some users who had installed the update reported that their applications had stopped dying. Others added their two cents. Those customers' experience confirmed Microsoft's statement that there was no crash fix in Tuesday's Office for Mac update. The Redmond, Wash.