Microsoft Office 2011 has been released. It will come in two editions: the Mac Home and Student version and a Mac Home and Business offering.
The former includes the Word word-processing. The price is US$119 for a single license and $149 for a family pack that allows for installs on three Macs.
Microsoft Office for Mac Home and Business 2011 includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Messenger, along with Outlook for the Mac. Outlook replaces Entourage as Office’s mail client and is one of the centerpiece changes of the 2011 edition of the productivity suite. The Home and Office edition will cost $199 for a single license and $279 for a multi-pack that allows two installs on two machines.
The MacBu previewed Office 2011 for Mac at February's Macworld Conference & Trade Show. Based on user feedback, the upgrade is designed to simplify how people work together, according to the MacBU. The suite has new connections to Microsoft services so you can work together...| Read more »