• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Missing key features

    Can't do (as opposed to Office on Windows) -

    Open embedded word files or embed files in a .docx file
    Use complex Macros..limited functionality
    Open XML files in excel
    No trust settings

    Poor value for Oracle development and had to depend on a windows laptop...

    14 of 14 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Poor value

    Despite the claims, using MS Office is not like working on a Mac. Take one example, MS Powerpoint claims to have caught up with Keynote's 'Magic Move' with the introduction of the 'Morph' transition. I wouldn't know, because this isn't even available on the Home and Student version. Why not?

    What raised my blood pressure the most about this product was that they sent a box through the post in a diesel van, full of cardboard packaging and instruction, that contains a number to type into the download. Why?

    I am totally underwhelmed.

    50 of 54 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Constantly crashes, needs updates almost everyday.

    It needs to update every other day or so and has to close all programs to complete update. Crashes quite often and generally does almost nothing you want it to do properly.

    Mainly speaking for Powerpoint and Word. Excel seems to work fine when I use it.

    Don't waste money on this.

    57 of 66 people found this useful