Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 18th Sep 2006 20:33 UTC
Mac OS X Microsoft's next-gen Office suite for the Mac is being given a top-to-toe refit in readiness for its debut in the third quarter of 2007. On the surface is a revised interface which borrows ideas from the Office 2007 for Windows 'ribbon' and has already been radically changed due to user feedback. The new versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint will all adopt the native XML file formats of their Windows siblings. And, the program is of course being rebuilt as an Intel-friendly Universal Binary application.
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by k9_engineer on Mon 18th Sep 2006 21:22 UTC
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NeoOffice is working mighty fine on the intel Macs, word docs, excels, havent tried the .ppt yet b/c of Keynote. Neo is now free here:

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RE: NeoOffice
by Kroc on Mon 18th Sep 2006 21:42 in reply to "NeoOffice"
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NeoOffice, working mighty fine?
Go back to disturbing goats under your bridge. NeoOffice is good for $0, but it spazes when you resize it, it's buggy, barely native at all and slow as hell. If you have the money MSO:Mac is an excellent product (excl. speed on macintels)

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