Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac

Version: 11.5.5 || Release Date: 2009-06-09 || License: Commercial with demo ($399.95) Developer: Microsoft Corporation | App Owner: josh

Enhances security and stability.

Microsoft Office 2004 allows you to experience the beauty, power, and stability of all four Microsoft Office for Mac programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Entourage.

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Sorry, my mistake in the previous post: 11.6.2 is the version of Microsoft Office 2004. within the suite, MS PowerPoint is still 11.5.7 and MS Word still 11.6.1. Runnng the MS Office 2004 autoupdate will only bring MS Excel to 11.6.2.

11.6.2 is out since Oct 15, 2010

why should anybody use a software written in a language non-compatible with Cocoa, bloated with garbage, with 80% unnecessary for Apple OS ???
Why even to bother to have it on a Mac, and contradict to concept of Apple and Macintosh ?
Those who moved to Mac from windowz, why do you still stick with the garbage written for windowz ?
Do you forget that every piece of windowz software is written with one goal in mind - to make your computer run slow, to infest with crap to attract viruses,...?
80% of MS Office is not used by 80% of windowz users.
That's why Pages is designed with usability in mind, it's elegant and light.
The same with KeyNote and Numbers.
Even Bean is more usable than MS Word.
80% of most people need to do, can be done in iWork.

I run 2008 and it still appears under appfresh/iusethis as '2004'. In any case, it's necessary if you work in a windows-based environment. 08 is a much better version than 04, but still leaves a lot to be desired. A necessary evil, so to speak.

If you're using your Mac to interface with the business world you can pretty much forget using anything else; Mac Office 2004 isn't a great app but it's necessary. While I'm all for supporting the ongoing developmentg of open source alternatives, until they can handle tracked changes between dozens of different users over hundreds of pages I'll be using Office.

It runs well on both my PowerBook G4 1.5GHz and my iMac Core 2 Duo 2.16GHz via Rosetta. It looks goofy, however - the interface isn't Mac and it isn't Microsoft. It looks like Microsoft attempting to appear Mac (go figure!).

I use Word when I have to, although I prefer not to write in it. Sometimes I also use it to comment papers for my son. I use Excel to keep track of grades in my smaller classes. (In big classes I prefer a database like FileMaker.) My wife uses Entourage for email and some memos. Got a big scare with her database last week, but found enough user advice online to bring it back to life. See especially <a href=""></a>.

Having used MS Word since word 3 on PC my biggest concern is the "lifespan" of any documents created with word. Every new version comes with a new file format.

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