Microsoft has released Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Office 2010. If your PC has automated updates, it may already be installed. If not, you can download it from here.
Here's a Microsoft blog introducing this update entitled Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 Availability. According to Microsoft:
The SP2 release improves the compatibility of the Office and SharePoint 2010 products with Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2013, and SharePoint 2013. It also addresses security, stability, and performance and contains all the Cumulative Updates (CU) and Public Updates (PU) that have released since SP1, starting with the June 2011 CU and July 2011 PU and ending with the April 2013 CU and May 2013 PU.
These are the updated products:
A complete list of the specific enhancements for each Microsoft Office product is in this spreadsheet from Microsoft.
This is the list of updates for Microsoft Access:
There is an update of the regular and runtime versions of MS Access 2010 here.
Here's Microsoft's KB article on Known issues when you install Office 2010 SP2 and SharePoint 2010 SP2:
When you install Office 2010 SP2 on a computer that has Windows Server 2003 SP2 installed, you receive the following error message:
The installation of this package failed
To resolve this issue, you have to install the following update first before you install Office 2010 SP2: 925336
FIX: Error message when you try to install a large Windows Installer package or a large Windows Installer patch package in Windows Server 2003 or in Windows XP: "Error 1718. File was rejected by digital signature policy"
After you upgrade the SharePoint Web Front End (WFE) from Windows Server 2008 (R2) to Windows Server 2012, certain SharePoint Designer-customized views that have custom XSL templates may be broken. Moreover, the update can compromise server responsiveness. To resolve this issue, you can install the SharePoint Server update from June 2013 or a later version Cumulative Update (CU) after you upgrade the operating system.
We and Microsoft have confirmed that after installing SP2, MS Access 2010 can no longer open a table linked to a SharePoint 2013 list.
More information on this issue in this Microsoft Community thread.
Here are some other helpful related resources from FMS and Microsoft.
Here's Microsoft's link for How to determine the service pack level of your Office 2010 suite.
The original RTM release of Office 2010 is version 14.0.4763.1000.
Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2010 is version 14.0.6029.1000. You do not need to install SP1 before installing SP2.
Note that there are issues if you are supporting users who may still be using the RTM version of Access 2010. This was our blog post on SP1 which also applies to any later releases: Microsoft Access 2010 Service Pack 1 VBA Project Compatibility Issues
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