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Topic: Road to Mac Office 2011

Review: Microsoft's Office 2011 for Mac

10/25/2010, 03:10 pm

Microsoft’s latest Office 2011 for Mac productivity suite, which goes on sale tomorrow, promises to deliver better compatibility with the company’s Windows version of Office and corporate server products, while also presenting a revised user interface both familiar to Mac users and similar to the company’s Ribbon interface used in Windows.

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Microsoft officially unveils key Office 2011 for Mac features

07/28/2010, 01:07 pm

Microsoft has added official notice of a variety of key features in the upcoming release of its Office 2011 suite for Mac users.

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Microsoft reveals Office for Mac 2011 will be 32-bit only

06/09/2010, 10:06 am

Set for release this fall, Microsoft's forthcoming Office for Mac 2011 will only be available as a 32-bit product because it hasn't completely transitioned to Cocoa for Mac OS X.

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Microsoft's Office 2011 beta 3 for Mac gets new icons

05/25/2010, 01:05 pm

Microsoft has issued a third release of its private beta program for Office 2011 for Mac, which is expected to reach production by the end of the year.

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Road to Office 2011: New looks, support for Exchange, VBA

05/06/2010, 04:05 pm

Microsoft's forthcoming Office for Mac 2011 promises greater feature parity with its Windows version, including improved support for Exchange and reincorporated support for Visual Basic for Applications, a feature that was dropped in Office 2008. It also shares more in common with the the look of Office 2010 for Windows, which is also currently in beta.

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Road to Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac: A New Hope

04/30/2010, 11:04 am

It's been just over two years since Microsoft released Office 2008 for Mac. Now the company is preparing to launch its 2011 edition in significantly less time than it took to update Office 2004, this time delivering an application interface sporting a sharper and more professional look. Here's an early introductory look at what's coming.

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