Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Office MAC Home and Student 2011
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This Version of Microsoft Office is great!
Will the Will, B&H Photo
21 October 2015
Excerpt: When I first purchased this version of office for Mac I was skeptical because I was so used to the PC's version. However, after using it, I was very pleased. Both Excel and Word have sub menu bars and they are more organized than the PC version.
Pros: Easy To Install, Easy To Navigate, Manages Software Collaboration Well, Powerful, Useful Features
Excerpt: I've been running MS Word 2004 on my old mac mini Jaguar 10.4.11 (which is still plugging along), but so far have found the new MS Word 2011 (Home and office) very similar to 2004, which is fine--I use it primarily for editing and writing.
Pros: Easy To Install, Easy To Navigate, Seems Similar To 2004, Useful Features
Excerpt: Being a relatively recent convert to Mac, I missed my familiar Microsoft Office programs. Pages and Numbers are OK, but after years of experience with Word and Excel, I wasn't really comfortable with them.
Pros: Easy To Install, Easy To Navigate, Powerful, Useful Features
Excerpt: This is good for all the documents I have to write, spreadsheets, and power point presentations. They work really well on my mac, better then on the windows machines I have had to use over time.
Pros: Easy To Install, Powerful, Useful Features, USER FRIENDLY
Excerpt: This is the word processing standard and I have not found a comparable, so it's Microsoft Word for Mac. I gave it 4 stars because of the price and because now Microsoft has jumped on the subscription bandwagon, abandoning its disk permanent software sales. Booo.
Excerpt: This product was given to me as a gift while I purchased my MacBook Pro from B&H. Indeed it has been a wonderful experience since I installed it on my laptop. It works so perfect, and it quality of productivity gives me the understanding to know and see Apple superiority in the electronical world.
Wrong version to use with Parallels & Windows 7
Cactus 20, B&H Photo
2 July 2015
Excerpt: Having a PC and Yosemite OS X on a rMacBook Pro can be very productive. Installing the correct software is necessary. I bought Office for Mac 2011 rather then Microsoft Office OEM 2010 which is needed to have a fully functioning Windows 7 PC that can run any kind of PC application.