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I purchased Office 2008 for Mac from the Apple store at the end of August and as part of the Technology Guarantee, I'm eligible for a free upgrade to Office 2011. Purchase a qualifying Office 2008 for Mac product between Aug. 1, 2010, and Nov. 30, 2010, and you will be eligible to download Office for Mac 2011 at no additional cost* when it becomes available.
My question is.should I do it? Does anyone have any experience or insight into Office 2011? Also.I'm not sure if this should be a determining factor, but my purchased copy of Office 2008 came with three product keys. Apparently if I upgrade to 2011, I only get one product key. I'm not sure. Thanks for your help! I definitely recommend Office 2011 over the previous 2008 version. Download cracked adobe cs6 master collection for mac os x.
Some of my points below: 1. Visually and performance wise head and shoulders above Office 2008. Nice clean installer (be sure to click customize and select what you want to install and leave out what you do not need). Was hoping for MS Office Picture editor to make it over to Mac but alas no luck. Cannot open MDI files from Windows which is a shocker seeing as this is MS Office.
Outlook 2011 is a breath of fresh air but sadly it cannot sync w/ IOS devices is a major downer as this should be a 'duh'. Click to expand.I am not so sure about that.
The issue I am seeing may be limited to my system but it is a deal breaker for me. I get a completely blank window when I click on the Font Color icon in either the Toolbar or the Ribbon (same icon, different location). Holding the cursor over the blank window will show the 'hint' description of the color you are hovering over (of course I can't see the color, and 'accent 1' is soooo helpful.
This may be fixed in the non-corporate version to be released soon, but as it is, without the easy coloring of fonts without going to the format drop-down menu, I cannot consider buying a personal copy, as I need that function for quick editing. - Just deleted the whole suite, back to Office 2004, which is slow but it does work. A blank window is just so lame.Do they even test their own software on different models including the MBPs?
My MBP has only the nVidea 9400 (M?) card, no 9600M. Anyone else seen this? Edit: The issue with the blank window was resolved after I installed a non-corporate version. Cause umknown. I have an i5 MBP bought in May 2010.
It came with Office 2008 Home and Student for free (offer from the shop). Should I fork out additional cash and buy Office 2011? My comments re Office 2008 for Mac: - Excel: it sucks, I can't use it. At work I spent 90% of my time on Excel 97 (Accounting & fin analysis), well, at home I simply hate Excel 2008 for Mac. It's very slow, cluttered, utterly unusable compared to the 97 edition on PC - Word: it's actually good. Seems very similar to the 97 Word version I'm using at work! Endnote plugin for word 2016 mac.