Create professional-quality documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with the most-trusted and most-used productivity suite. Familiar applications like Outlook, Word, Excel® and PowerPoint® for Mac 2011 help you take your ideas further. And since Office for Mac is compatible with Office for Windows®, you can work on documents with virtually anyone on a Mac or PC. Store your files in a secure online SkyDrive® folder to access, edit, or share your work from virtually anywhere with the free Office Web Apps.
Outlook for Mac 2011
Manage your email and calendars with features that simplify staying connected and up to date.
Clean up your inbox by collapsing long email threads into a single conversation. View your calendar within your e-mail and see your schedule displayed within a meeting invitation. Easily import your Outlook .pst files when you set up your new Mac. Consolidate e-mail from multiple accounts into a single folder. Manage your schedule and contacts without opening Outlook. Review your attachments with Quick Look, archive your files with Time Machine and use Spotlight to search your e-mail.
Word for Mac 2011
Powerful writing tools help you create outstanding documents, then store, edit and share your work easily on the web.
Create visually rich newsletters, brochures and documents in Publishing Layout view. Instantly see styles applied in your document with Visual Styles. Work in Full Screen view to maximize space for reading and writing documents. Rearrange layers of text, photos and graphics quickly with Dynamic Reordering. View, edit, store and share documents online with the Word Web App on Windows Live® SkyDrive®. Share and co-author Word documents with virtually anyone, whether they're using Office on a Mac or PC.
Excel for Mac 2011
Clarify your financial picture with easy-to-analyze spreadsheets you can post online to view, edit, share or co-author with your team from virtually anywhere.
Clarify your data using Conditional Formatting with icons, data bars and color scales. Spot trends with new Sparklines, small charts that fit in a single cell. Spend more time analyzing data and less time sifting through it with PivotTables. Organize, filter and format related data with Excel tables. Increase efficiency and save time by automating repetitive tasks using Visual Basic. View, edit, store and share spreadsheets online with the Excel Web App on Windows Live® SkyDrive®. Share and co-author Excel spreadsheets with virtually anyone, whether they're using Office on a Mac or PC.
PowerPoint for Mac 2011
Create powerful, professional presentations that engage and inspire your audience, and present online as effectively as in person.
Remove backgrounds or add color filters to your photos right within PowerPoint. Move beyond the conference room and broadcast your presentations online. Rearrange layers of text, photos and graphics quickly with Dynamic Reordering. Rehearse, check your timing and take notes in Presenter View. View, edit, store and share Office documents online with the PowerPoint Web App on Windows Live® SkyDrive®. Share and co-author PowerPoint presentations with virtually anyone, whether they're using Office on a Mac or PC.
Did you notice?Office for Mac Home and Business 2011 now includes Outlook.
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What's in the Box?
- Alpha-numeric PIN and Product Key for downloading Microsoft Office for Mac
- Internet Access: Internet Access Required
- Media: Activation Code & Download Link
- Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later
- Intel processor
- 2.5GB of free hard-drive space; HFS+ formatted hard drive (also known as Mac OS Extended or HFS Plus)
- 1GB of RAM
- Connection to a local network for installation
- 1280 by 800 or higher display resolution
- Outlook and certain features require Internet access (fees may apply)
- Coauthoring requires SharePoint 2010 or a Windows Live ID; Exchange support in Outlook 2011 requires connectivity to Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP1 RU4 or later; Access to files stored on a SharePoint server requires connectivity to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 or later
- Mfr. Part Number: W6F-00198
- UPC or EAN No.: 885370486650
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Ratings & Reviews
Good for beginners not for medium or expert users
Like: The product works fine with nice features. Outlook is very stable.
Dislike: Excel is good if you use small files. Once your Like: The product works fine with nice features. Outlook is very stable.
Dislike: Excel is good if you use small files. Once your file size becomes in MBs you will face a lot of trouble, very slow processes (you can wait 3-4 sec. for the typed text appear in the cell or the filter is cleared!) and several crashes.
Transferring the exact same file to an old pc and made every thing work smooth!
I have late 2012 MacBook Pro with CI7 and 8G RAM.
technical support could not solve the issue (Mac and MS) …
- Written by Fadi B from Saint Laurent
289 of 331 people found this useful
I have been using this version for about 6 months now. Never faced any problems with this version of office on my Macbook Pro Reti I have been using this version for about 6 months now. Never faced any problems with this version of office on my Macbook Pro Retina 2012. However when the files do get large it tends to slow down, and I hope Microsoft fixes this problem soon. …
- Written by Richa S from New York
216 of 234 people found this useful
A reluctant user
Of all the products I have loaded on my Power Book, this is the product that falls over the most. I was typing the word 'I've' int Of all the products I have loaded on my Power Book, this is the product that falls over the most. I was typing the word 'I've' into Outlook and Outlook wants to uppercase the the 'V', the back space stops working at the same time. There is no intuitive way of deleting mails in outlook without physically opening them. When creating a Powerpoint Chart, that links to Excel, I found the columns in the speadsheet, after I dragged for autocopy, the cell couldn't be edited afterwards and changed back to the original values. I'm getting bored of the prompt asking me to notifying the vendor of a crash. Fundamentally, I haven't put this software on my machine out of choice, it's a business necessity. Roll on the day when Microsoft isn't the business standard office suite. With the quality of this software, hopefully it won't be that long! …
- Written by David B from HOOK
259 of 323 people found this useful
Make Life Easy
I am a long time Mac user and tech. I love the way the office package along with the Keynotes package work together. When someone I am a long time Mac user and tech. I love the way the office package along with the Keynotes package work together. When someone send me some doc's that was created using word most times I have no problem opening it with page on my Mac. There are times when some people lock the doc's and I need the office package to open the doc's. My work can keep moving without running around trying to find out why and what I need to open a file. Thank you for working together Apple and Microsoft to fix this problem. …
- Written by John J from Rockaway Park
6 of 6 people found this useful
Solid Performance on Foundational Software
I've been using Office for Mac for over 10 years as my go-to word processing, email, spreadsheet, and presentation software. MS W I've been using Office for Mac for over 10 years as my go-to word processing, email, spreadsheet, and presentation software. MS Word is the de facto standard everywhere and whether your document is going to be read in Baltimore or Beijing, folks at the other end are going to be able to open it.
Outlook is everything I want out of an email package: powerful, easy to use, and great at filing emails in lots of folders and subfolders. It can be slightly buggy at the margins, but this may be due to my having 20gb+ of mail stored. My guess is that Outlook won't be available as a standalone product for much longer; Microsoft is pushing Outlook 365 and other cloud products that will have you paying subscriber fees into your retirement. That's not for me and I like owning the software outright and on my computer, available whether I'm connected to the internet or not.
Excel is perfect for me as a non-power user - it gets the job done and has many more features than I can use. And PowerPoint is the also a standard everywhere; putting together presentations is a breeze and there is never an issue about someone on the other end being able to open your file. That's important if you give a lot of lectures or classes like I do.
Microsoft Office is nothing exciting: Just solid nuts-and-bolts software that get the job done. …
- Written by KIM P from Pompano Beach
14 of 14 people found this useful
Other than the Mac learning curve and the fact the Excel does not run macros I've been very happy with it. Large spreadsheets hav Other than the Mac learning curve and the fact the Excel does not run macros I've been very happy with it. Large spreadsheets have not caused any issues. That said I'm running on a Mac Pro (2014) with 32GB Memory and 1TB SSD.
So far it's just a learning cure for me. …
- Written by Tim S from Saint George
15 of 19 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can I just buy and install Microsoft Word without the entire office packet
- Asked by M. Kay C from Daphne
- Jan 23, 2015
Does Microsoft Office 2011 come with publisher?
- Asked by Amos R from Avondale
- Feb 6, 2013
Only windows computers can get publisher, not macs. (no)
- Answered by Mason H from Lexington
- Feb 28, 2013
Microsoft Office 2011 is this the latest version?
- Asked by Kim-hung V from Richmond
- Mar 9, 2013
Yes, it still is.
- Answered by Ehab S from Glendale
- Nov 19, 2014