Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Feb 2010 22:06 UTC
Microsoft "Microsoft on Thursday detailed some of the new features in its forthcoming Office for Mac 2011 suite, including co-authoring tools, Web apps, and a redesigned ribbon interface more consistent with its Windows counterpart. Microsoft is a part of Macworld 2010 expo in San Francisco this week, and has used the event to divulge details on its forthcoming update to Office for Mac, expected to arrive later this year."
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kaiwai
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2005-07-06

Finally they are bringing the ribbon to the Mac--good for them. But wait... they're putting in the ribbon interface, but *leaving the standard toolbar*?!?!?!? This is what they call "the best of both worlds"?! The chrome on Word 2011 takes up a third of the freaking screen!!


Yeap, just when you though they were going to fix the problems with Office 2008 they sabotage Office 2011 to show once again they rescued a product from successful to throw into the jaws of failure. The only saving grace is that iWork is so horrible and lacking in features not only for professionals but university students as well such as citation/bibliography manager.

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