The extremely predicted “Office for Mac 2011? was just released a day before from Microsoft. The new office for Mac features latest new features such as the brand new ribbon interface replacing the old menu bars. The update also replaces the Entourage with Outlook for Mac.
Office 2011 has new built-in integration with Windows Live SkyDrive as well as connections to SharePoint so users can manage files and work from any location, Wilfrid says. With Office Web Apps, Mac consumers can edit Office documents straight from their browser.
The release’s new co-authoring tools let users edit the same Word document or PowerPoint presentation simultaneously with other people in different locations who are using Office 2011 for Mac or Office 2010 for Windows. They can also quickly share presentations with anyone who has browser access through PowerPoint broadcasting.
Finally, the team continued its investment in file format compatibility so users can create the same professional-looking Office documents on a Mac as PC users can with Office for Windows. “That’s been our focus since the first time we made Office for Mac,” Wilfrid says “If you print a Word document out for Mac and another for Windows and hold them up to the light – IT pros do it all the time – they will come out the same.
- Office For Mac 2011 ?(Home & Student) – $149.99
- Office For Mac 2011 ?(Home & Business)? – ?$279
The Office 2011 requires Mac OS X 10.5.8 and at least 1GB RAM required to for smooth execution.