“First the good news: Microsoft Office 2007 for Mac will feature an all-new look and feel to match Mac OS X’s interface evolution, and enhanced features, while running natively on the new Intel Macs,” John O’Brien reports for Reuters.
“Now for the bad news: It won’t be available till the latter half of 2007,” O’Brien reports. “Microsoft’s Macintosh Business Unit group product manager Mary Starman recently met some Aussie journalists at the unit’s headquarters on the MS campus in Seattle. There she revealed some details about the new version of arguably the most important software package on the Mac.”
O’Brien reports, “The Mac version will hit shelves six to eight months after Windows users get their version. That makes it up to a year away, and 3½ half years after Office 2004 for Mac.”
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