In case you haven't launched Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 in the past few days, there's an update for the office suite that became available on May 7. The 14.3.4 update of Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is considered to be a "critical" update, and includes a number of fixes. Show More Summary
Today Microsoft rolled out a new update of Office 2011 for Mac. The new update brings a slew of bug fixes, stability and performance improvements. It also adds a handful of new integrated features of Office 365. Bumping the version number...Show More Summary
A mid-week Microsoft news round-up with the latest on Office for Mac 2011 14.4.3; Windows Embedded 'Blue'; and more information on Microsoft's YouTube app for Windows Phone.
Microsoft on Tuesday updated Office for Mac 2011, the long-in-the-tooth productivity suite tailored to machines running Apple's OS X, with bug fixes, features and compatibility with the Office 365 subscription service.
The venerable Microsoft office suite gets a new update today, bringing a bunch of new issue and bug fixes, an added font necessary for document sharing, and brings Office 365 closer to reality on the Mac, letting you move to a subscription model of Office software. Ooh, boy. The new update also adds an easier [...]Show More Summary
If you work at a home-based office like I do, you no doubt spend a significant amount of time getting things done on your Mac. While I have already written about the advantages of using a standup desk, there are also several important and general productivity apps for almost any type of workflow you engage in. Show More Summary
All Office editions are not created equal. Microsoft's support lifecycle for Office on Windows provides for 10 years of support. But Office for Mac doesn't qualify for extended support. That means a widely used Office version has reached the unsupported phase sooner than you might expect.
Google is porting its Microsoft Office Viewer from Chrome OS to Chrome on Mac and Windows, offering users an easy and more secure way to view office files -- right in the web browser. Unfortunately the Office Viewer for Google Chrome is still a bit rough around the edges.
Google is porting one of the Chrome operating system's most features to its implementations of Chrome for Windows and Mac: the capability to view Office documents from the Web right in your browser. Similar to the way you can view PDFs...Show More Summary
Previously only available to Chromebook users, Google announced today on its Chrome blog that Mac and Windows users will now have the ability to open Microsoft Office files directly within Chrome. The functionality works for users running the latest Chrome Beta and requires installation of the Chrome Office Viewer (Beta) extension. In addition to saving [...]
Today, Google announced an extension for the Chrome beta channel for Windows and Mac that lets you view Microsoft Office documents directly in the browser. Check out the Chrome Blog for more info. Read more...
Many people have become frustrated with Mac products for the simple reason that they don’t have compatible Office features. It’s not that there aren’t alternative programs, but rather the fact that people are creatures of habit. While it is true that Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s Office programs are generally agreed to be the best, it is [...]
An Android release may have to wait until PC, Mac, and Windows Phone updates are finished An official Microsoft Office app release on Android is one of those things that seems to get further away as time goes on. The last notable rumor pegged Microsoft's suite of apps coming to Android in March of 2013. Show More Summary
ZDNet has shared a roadmap it received from a source who claims it is the timetable for Microsoft's plans for both the Mac and iOS versions of Office. The map says a new version of Office for Mac will arrive in April 2014, while theShow More Summary
“Everything had been taken by the movers, save for one computer power cable, lying in the middle of the empty office, no power outlet or computer case nearby. The words Mac #1 were written on the cable in black marker, and had been boldly legible at one time, but were now faded and smudged to near invisible. Show More Summary
Microsoft has reminded customers running Office for Mac 2008 that support for the suite ends next Tuesday. “Support for Office for Mac 2008 will end April 9, 2013,” Microsoft’s Mac Business Unit (MacBU), the firm’s OS X development arm,...Show More Summary
Those still running Microsoft Office 2008 on their Macs will be saddened by the news coming from Microsoft this week. The company has announced that starting on April 9th, 2013, it will end all software support for Office 2008 for Macintosh. The news was posted on Microsoft's blog, noting that Office 2008 has reached the end of its product cycle.
Microsoft posted on its blog today that it will end support for Office for Mac 2008 on April 9.
In a blog post today, Microsoft announced that it will end support for Office for Mac 2008 on April 9, 2013. The company said that customers can purchase an Office 365 subscription, which includes Office for Mac 2011, and that the subscription will include any future updates for the Office for Mac 2011version, as well. Show More Summary
Today Microsoft has announced that it is ending Office for Mac 2008 support on April 9th. Those who are still using Office for Mac 2008 don’t actually have to upgrade right away, this announcement certainly does not mean that. Though...Show More Summary