Office For Mac shapes up for 2008

Logan King
January 9, 2007

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Said By CNet News

Office 2008 for Mac, as the product is being dubbed, is a universal binary, the company said Tuesday. That means the software runs both on Macs with Intel chips and on those with PowerPC chips. In addition, it is compatible with the new XML file formats used by Office 2007 for Windows, which hits retail shelves this month.

I certainly like how Microsoft is putting effort towards making Office 2008 compatible with both Power PC and Intel based Macs. It shows a level of caring Microsoft usually doesn't show (in that they would normally just support the newest whatever, forcing people to upgrade).


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