What you have done with the text? It's virtually unreadable!
I've just upgraded to 16.9, and now the text is much less legible and hard to read.
I don't know why you've done this or how you could even manage to do this?
The text is now wishy-washy and makes me now want to even look at my spreadsheets, never mind show them anyone else.
I'll figure out how to roll back, and that's the end of updates for me until this is fixed.
Each release seems to introduce more bugs than fixes/features.
I noticed the appearance under 16.9 appeared different but other bugs (e.g. automatically and incorrectly increasing row height) forced me to revert to 15.41 before having the chance to check the appearance changes.
I end-up reverting most Excel updated these days - they have become so buggy. Before any update I always copy the .app to a backup directory and sometimes you can revert by just deleting the new app and copying the backup one back. This time I needed to go back in timeMachine for some reason.
MS need to start putting more effort into testing their releases better. I can appreciate there is pressure for new fixed and features but there would be less such pressure for fixes if they didn't release so many new bugs!
Anton Wilson commented
That's me back to 15.41, and my Excel documents are legible again.
You've made the text harsh and blocky, it's really not easy on the eyes, and I have perfect vision - imagine what those with any vision issues are thinking of this new release?
By the way, you've made the same hash of OneNote too, and presumably all the other office apps.
You do need to fix this.
My updates are now switched off.