Microsoft has released a new version of its Office suite for Mac, a version which has more of the same features as in the Windows version. Office for Mac 2011 will feature the return of Outlook and Visual Basic capabilities, which were missing from the 2008 version.
The main focus for the new release of Office for Mac is collaboration, both between other Mac users and even with Windows users. The whole system also takes advantage of Apple’s Cocoa development framework, making operation smoother on Macs and more consistent with other Mac applications.
Outlook returns, replacing the unsuccessful Entourage, including support for Enterprise environments, which was previously unavailable for Mac users.
Sold in two versions, Home & Student ($130), and Home & Business
($250), the software is also available in multi-user pack.
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