Microsoft’s soon to come Office for Mac 2011 is touted to deliver ever closer feature parity with the Windows version, where you will be able to benefit from improved support for Exchange and reincorporation of support for Visual Basic for Applications – a feature that was booted out unceremoniously in Office 2008. Apart from that, you will also notice that the looks of both Windows and Mac versions are more common than ever, helping increase productivity in the office regardless of which platform your employees or colleagues use. Is this a move in the right direction by Microsoft?
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