Microsoft releases Office 2004 for Mac 11.3.6 Update

Microsoft has recently released Office 2004 for Mac 11.3.6 Update which, according to Microsoft, “fixes a vulnerability that an attacker can use to overwrite the contents of your computer’s memory with malicious code. This update also addresses an issue with using public folders in Entourage, and it contains the latest postal code information for Japanese addresses.”

The Update applies to: Office 2004 Standard Edition, Office 2004 Student and Teacher Edition, Office 2004 Professional Edition, Word 2004, Excel 2004, PowerPoint 2004, Entourage 2004.

More info and download link here.

[Attribution: MacNN]

24 Comments

  1. What’s the use of NeoOffice and others without an integrated grammer checker (and some don’t even have a spell checker). I’m ready to switch, I really want to start having my files in ODF, its the future, but how many years?

  2. Every time I install a Microsoft Office update they add some new invasive DRM. A while ago I reinstalled Office for Mac and installed the updates up to 11.3.3 I believe. You can find every previous update on the Microsoft website. I’m not installing any more of them. They can keep their sticky fingers out of my computer.

  3. @Micro Me

    Hang in there! I’m amazed at both sides. Mac people can be total goofs. It’s like they have no sense of the business world. Msft still rules the business world and you have to deal with that. The fact that you have a Mac at all is a victory. Keep it up. Maybe soon there will two Macs. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” /> Talk up the stability and the fact there’s nothing they can do that you can’t with a Parallels loaded Intel based Mac. Then asked how many times they’ve HAD to reboot in the last two weeks.

  4. Micro Me,

    I’m with you! I’m faced with the same situation. I depend on the Mac versions of MS Office. Without these, I wouldn’t be able to function in my job. Six years ago when I switched to the Mac platform, having MS Office compatibility between platforms was a major deciding force on my making the switch (I didn’t know then all the benefits of OS X and the Mac).

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