Quick-and-dirty snapshots of Microsoft Office 2008 for MacMicrosoft Corp.s Macintosh Business Unit this week revealed at Macworld Expo 2007 a new version of Office for Mac that remains under development.
The Mac BU said it intends to deliver the Universal software suite for PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs — Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac — in the second half of 2007.
As part of its exhibit at the Macworld conference, the Redmond, Wash-based software giant has been offering quick previews of Word, one of the suite's components.
Some snapshots of the software's new user interface follow:
Please Note: Microsoft is not previewing Office 2008 or Word on terminals accessible by attendees and is instead offering brief presentations via a projector screen. Therefore image quality is poor.
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