20 time-saving tips for Office 2016 for Mac Office365 subscribers have spanking new versions of all the Office apps, and our tips and tricks will make the easier to use than ever. Scroll to 'Add an email account, then click on the 'Add a send-and-receive account' button. Discuss: How to send e-mails from other addresses in Outlook.com Sign in to comment.

Version & License Information • Office for Mac Products • • • • • • • • System Requirements • • • • • • • How-To: • • • • • • • • • • • • • CD Keys, Product ID, Registration & Activation • • • • • • License • • • Office for Mac Products Office for Mac 2016 (Purchasing via our links helps support this site) • Office 2016 for Mac is a available now as Office365 subscription. • Estimated date for purchase other than Office365 store Sept 22, 2016 • (5 Macs or PCs) • (1 Mac or PC) Office for Mac 2011: these versions are available (prices may vary) Purchasing via our links helps support this site. • – 1 Pack (Includes Outlook. Only installs on one computer) • – 2 License Pack (Includes Outlook. Only installs on 2 computers) • – Family Pack (3 Licenses) (Does not include Outlook.

Only installs on 3 computers) • - Single License (Does not include Outlook. Only installs on 1 computer) • Office Mac Academic -Single license.

(same as Home & Business) Students must purchase their copy through qualified educational channels. (Can be installed on one computer only. If you get a new computer or replace drive. It cannot be installed again.) • The Trial version of Office 2011 is no longer available. You can demo Office using Office for Mac 2008: these versions are available: • $79.99 (contains Exchange support) • $43.07 (does not not contain Exchange support) • (Eligible for any licensed user of Microsoft Office 98 Macintosh Edition suite or application, or any Office for Mac 2001-2004 suite or application. Not for current Office 2008) $122.68 • $39.99 (contains Exchange support) Version Information • Office 2016 requires • activation • OS X 10.10 Yosemite or higher • Exchange 2010 SP2 or higher • Office 2011 requires • activation • Intel computer • Exchange 2007 or higher • Leopard or higher • Office 2008 • does not require activation • installs on Intel and PPC computer • supports Exchange 2003 • installs on Tiger • Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint are the same in H&S, H&B and Academic. • There are no upgrade options for Office 2011 • You can run both Office 2008, Office 2011 and Office 2016 at the same time • You can run Entourage with Office 2011 Word, Excel & PowerPoint • There is no import from Entourage to Outlook 2016.

Office365 subscriptions: Subscriptions always gives you the latest version at no additional price. Personal (1 install) Home (5 installs Mac or PC) Student, Business.

See this link to compare subscriptions. You do not have to purchase a subscription via the Microsoft Store. Amazon for example offers subscriptions often at a lower price.

Prices will fluctuate wildly. I've seen it as low as $40 for the Home version but at times will be the same as full price at MS Store.

If you are a cross platform user or have multiple computers the subscription offers the cheapest option. If you are a single user with one computer, the retail version would most likely be your best option. (currently $69 MS Store - $59.99 Amazon) (currently $99 MS Store - $73.99 Amazon) Sept 22, 2015 Users should be able to purchase Office 2016.

Note: If you want to completely change Office, permanently, to a different language you'll get the best results if you first set that to be your default display language in Windows as well. For more information on doing that see. In Office 2016, Office 2013, and Office 2010, the language options are in the Set the Office Language Preferences dialog box.

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The display and help languages can be set independently. For example, you could have everything match the language of your operating system, or you could use a combination of languages for your operating system, editing, display, and Help.

Editing and Proofing • Within any Office application, select File > Options > Language. • If your language already appears among the editing languages click Set as Default. Otherwise select the language from the Add additional editing languages list then click the Add button. The new language will appear in the list of editing languages. If the Keyboard Layout shows as Enabled you're all set for editing. If it says Not enabled in the Keyboard Layout column follow these steps to enable it: • Click the Not enabled link.

• In the Add Languages dialog box, click Add a language, select your language in the list, and then click Add. • Close the Add Languages dialog box. Your language should display as Enabled under Keyboard Layout in the Choose Editing Languages section. Under Proofing, if your language shows as Installed you're ready to go.