Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac is now available for people in 139 countries, as long as you have an Office 365 subscription or you’re a student. Standalone versions will go up for sale in September.
How to get people using Office for Mac, after admitting only four people "love it"? I know! Paint a MacBook with Office for Mac colors, load it with a copy of Office 2008, and give it away on Twitter!
Today Microsoft is hooking up all Office for Mac 2008 users with Service Pack 1. The company is also announcing the return of Visual Basic for Applications—in the next version, though, so no specified date yet. Hey, at least they heard your concerns, right? Here's a link to the SP1 download, which is said to provide…
Microsoft today released a patch for the new Office for Mac, fixing "issues that might cause Office 2008 applications to stop responding or quit unexpectedly." I haven't noticed any hinkiness of this nature, but I know some people have. If you are among the grouchy, then this patch is for you. [Microsoft Mactopia]