Office For Mac

Kurt’s Power Tip #3: Optimize equation editing in Word for Mac 2011

For users who add or edit equations in their Word docs, the new equation editor in Word for Mac 2011 is a welcome new feature that makes equation editing cross-platform with Word for Windows. I’ve been editing equations on the Mac for many years (after all, in a previous life, I was the leader of [...]

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Kurt’s Power Tip #2: The Magic Behind Windows Office Compatible Fonts

Office for Mac 2011 made significant improvements in compatibility and visual fidelity with Office for Windows. But there is still one area of visual fidelity for which you, the end user, have great deal of control when you create new documents: fonts.  If you create a text document in Word, a spreadsheet in Excel, or [...]

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Kurt’s Power Tip #1: Bring Your Words to Life with Advanced Typography

As a follow up to last week’s post on how to turn your Word doc into a work of art, I’m here to tell you more about the advanced typographic controls we added to Word for Mac 2011 and how you can use them to design some really impressive looking text. Take these, for example: [...]

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Turn your Word doc into a Work of Art

When you think of research papers, quarterly reports, or even Word documents, you don’t exactly think of beauty, right?  With Word for Mac 2011, we wanted to give you something more – the tools to create beautiful, polished documents that may not keep you on the cutting edge of fashion, but will certainly turn heads [...]

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Office for Mac 2011: Try It, Buy It, Love It.

Office for Mac 2011 has had a great launch. When I look at the results and what we set out to accomplish, I’m very impressed with the improvements and new features the team delivered. I can also say that Office 2011 has gone past our internal sales milestones. But, it’s really what I hear from [...]

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