Office 2011 for Mac: Microsoft Offers 30 Day Trials!

Microsoft released Office 2011 for the Mac on October 2010. Microsoft is now offering 30 day trials of it’s productivity suite for the Mac for those who are still unsure if it’s for them or not.

In a blog post announcing the trials, Pat Fox, Senior Director of Product Management, Office for Mac, he stated;

sales figures for Office 2011 had already exceeded their expectations. For those that will be trying the suite for the first time, we hope you enjoy some of the new items – Outlook for Mac, new co-authoring tools, Excel’s Sparklines, Dynamic Reorder in Word & PowerPoint, and more.

To run it, you’ll need an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.5.8 or higher, as well as 1GB of RAM and 2.5GB of free space.

If you then decide that it’s for you, suggested prices start at a fairly steep $149.99 for the home and student edition, while the home and business edition is suggested to retail for $279.99

The full trial is now available here and will be free to use for 30 days after download.

You may want to check out this article Office for Mac 2011 Product Guides from Microsoft now Available!

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