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Microsoft Office Mac 2008 Home & Student Edition

Released on 18 January 2008

Manufacturer: Microsoft

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Office 2008 for Mac features a leading suite of applications that Mac customers rely on to get their work completed with Word 2008, Excel 2008, PowerPoint 2008, Entourage 2008 and Microsoft Messenger for Mac. Mac users can simplify their day by using powerful new tools and easily located classic Office for Mac features. Office 2008 for Mac is designed to help users get more from their Macs by making key functions accessible through a more intuitive design and by introducing smart features such as Ledger Sheets in Excel 2008, My Day with Entourage 2008, Publishing Layout View in Word 2008 and SmartArt graphics in PowerPoint 2008 that are simple to use and yield powerful results. Office 2008 for Mac Home and Student Edition provides the basics of Office 2008 for Mac for home and school users. This version includes three user licenses for use by consumers and students but does not include connectivity to Microsoft Exchange Server or support for automated workflows.

Minimum Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.2.8
  • G3 Processor or Mac OS X compatible processor
  • 256MB RAM
  • 450MB HDD Space (630MB for a full drag-and-drop install)
  • CD-ROM Drive (or connection to a local area network if installing over a network)
  • 1024x768 or higher resolution monitor
  • Internet connection must be at least 14.4 Kbps or higher
  • Features:

    • Open XML File Formats (Office 2007 Compatible) - The Office 2008 default file format is the standards-based Open XML File format, so whether you and your colleagues work on a Mac or a Windows-based computer, Office-to-Office communications are compatible.
    • Universal Support - The first Universal version of Office for Mac runs natively on Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs and includes many features which take advantage of underlying technologies of the Macintosh platform.
    • Elements Gallery - Elements Gallery is the foundation of the new user interface, and gives easy access to the most commonly used tools and templates. With the new user interface, you'll harness the capabilities of Office for Mac more easily than ever before.
    • OfficeArt - Office 2008 includes OfficeArt, the powerful graphics engine also used in the Windows-based Office 2007 products. You get great cross-platform file fidelity and easy access to stunning visual and graphic effects.
    • SmartArt - Your words will make an impact with the modern styling of SmartArt graphics, which makes transforming text and bulleted lists into professional diagrams and graphics one-click easy.
    • Themes - A new Themes capability simplifies the process of applying a consistent look and feel across documents. Easily apply a complete set of colors, fonts, and effects to your Office 2008 documents, and change them as easily as changing your mind.
    • This information is based on specifications supplied by manufacturers and should be used for guidance only.

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (3 reviews)

     good

    | | See all lpayne690's reviews (3)

    very good buy. the new setup is confusing but easy to get hang off loads of new features including translation

     Highly recommended, can't fault it

    | | See all paulshephard's reviews (27)

    Top 100 PC Reviewer

    I've got to start off by saying that I'm an Apple fanatic, and therefore have a general hatred towards anything branded with the Microsoft logo... but they have really excelled themselves with Office 2008.

    Having purchased iWork '08, I was disappointed by the lack of ability to save natively in the most popular formats (.doc/.docx), you have to go through a process of exporting the documents and they aren't always reproduced as they were saved, etc.

    So initially I decided to go with Office 2004, which granted, was good, because it was simplistic.

    But since then I have upgraded to Office 2008 and what a difference! Making documents look professional has never been easier. Recently I have been making a lot of flow diagrams integrated within my work and its unbelievably easy.

    Absolutely amazing product, and great value!

     Well done play.com

    | | See all theGAPkid's reviews (2)

    I have had some trouble recently with orders from play.com, but they have really come up in my books regarding this product.

    I pre-ordered on the 16th, was posted on the 17th, and at 6.34am on the 18th Jan (official launch day) I was sitting at home with the product in my hand. Never had such fast internet service. WELL DONE.

    As for the product, I havent had a chance to fully explore it yet. However, from what I have seen, it is a vast improvement on the millions of floating boxes found in mac office 2004. Everything is more organised and working on it looks to be a breeze.

    I would recommend this product, even if there isn't anything drastically new. What is there is fine and is now much more easily accessible by a new UI and help menu