Office Customization Tool should organize settings into subcategories and needs to update Office 2016 language.
Office Customization Tool should reference subcategories and needs to be updated from Office 2016 language. The same settings that existed in the Office 2016 Customization Tool still exist in the new tool but they are all lumped together in the root categories. Some of the settings names are vague and only make sense once you figure out what subcategory they were formerly associated with. For example, the settings for auto-correct are lumped together with security and encryption settings. Like the Office "Arabic modes" setting. I had to open up the description before it was clear this was a spell check setting and not a UI setting or character-set option. This wouldn't be confusing if it was listed under "Spell-check" or "Autocorrect."
Many of the setting descriptions still refer back to Office 2016. This seams to indicate that the settings were just carbon-copied from the old 2016 OCT. Unfortunely, they are not presented with the same context as originally intended so they make less sense. It shouldn't be difficult to just put the same categories into the new tool.
The new tool has room for improvement.