You're never going to love Office, because it's Office—it's the thing you use to make money and do things you actually enjoy. But that doesn't mean it can't be (relatively) painless, affordable, and smart. Starting today, it is. »
Office—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, the old frenemies—are out of beta and ready to buy. Sort of: you buy the newest version of Office like you buy Netflix or Spotify, with a subscription. And it makes a hell of a lot of sense. »
Love the awesomeness of Google Docs, with real-time collaboration and never worrying about your hard drive exploding, taking down all of your documents, but stuck using Microsoft Office? They just got together with Google Cloud Connect. »
We knew they were coming sometime in Octoboer, and now, thanks to a little slippy slip over at Amazon, it looks like Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac will be released on October 26. That date, which has since been removed, was listed for both the $119 Home and Student pack and the $199 Home and Business pack.
Two versions of Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac will be released some time in October, the Home and Student Edition and the Home and Office Edition. Home and Student comes with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Messenger, and is priced at $119 for a single-user install and $149 for a family three-pack; Home and Business also… »
We've just scored some of the first shots of Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac, and while they are said to be very early, you can clearly see the progress that has been made in the transition to native Cocoa applications. »
An interview with a Microsoft Senior Product Manager opened the door to rumors of an iPad version of Microsoft's Office suite. Let's keep in mind though that the fellow just vaguely hinted that Microsoft is looking into this idea. »