|Details on Mac Office 2011 coming out|
Goodby Entourage, welcome back Outlook & more
| 8:22 pm on Jul 28, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Microsoft's site is not quite finished, but I found it from an item on Cnet. Video didn't work at this time, scroll down to read.
Don't waste your time on the video here, but some more details:
| 8:24 pm on Jul 28, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Why I use Office. (I always get this blow back, so here's the deal...)
I have interns in my office from the PC world, and I work on other computers. I need to have an interface that is familiar. Yes, I've seen the Mac products. Yes, they are very impressive. No, I'm not going to depend on them.
| 3:06 pm on Aug 2, 2010 (gmt 0)|
|Office for Mac Home and Student 2011 will include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Messenger to handle user’s word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and instant messaging needs. It doesn’t, however, include Outlook. |
Office for Mac Home and Business Edition 2011 will include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Messenger and Outlook.
The Home and Student Edition is priced at US$119 for installation on a single Mac, or $149 for installation on three Macs. The Home and Office Edition costs $199 for installation on a single Mac, or $279 for installation on two Macs.
In comparison, Office 2008 Home and Student Edition costs $149, and Office 2008 Business Edition costs $399.
| 7:56 pm on Aug 18, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Hey, Weeks, thanks for this.
Did you see this?
|Microsoft said Office for Mac will allow such things as color correction or background removal from within the new versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. |
That could be very useful to your clients that you talked into going with Apple 6 years ago. And their employees still whine about it to you, despite the fact they have had zero problems, which is in stark contrast to what they have experienced with their home computers on Windows.