Office Home & Business 2016 for Mac

Office Home & Business 2016 for Mac

Office Home & Business 2016 for Mac is rated1.6 out of5 by5.
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CAD $299.00

  • For 1 Mac (Mac OS X 10.10)
  • Fully installed versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote
  • Store files in the cloud with OneDrive

Quantity:

  • For 1 Mac (Mac OS X 10.10)
  • Fully installed versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote
  • Store files in the cloud with OneDrive

 

 

Overview

Office, made for Mac

Office Home & Business 2016 for Mac is designed for users and small businesses that want Office with the power of Outlook for email, calendars, and contacts. It’s the Office you know and trust, updated to take advantage of the last Mac features, including Retina display and full screen view.

Outlook

Outlook

Easily manage your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks. Push email support keeps your inbox up to date, conversation view groups related messages, and calendars can be viewed side-by-side for planning.

Word

Word

Create and share professional-looking documents with state-of-the-art editing, reviewing, and sharing tools. The new Design tab provides quick access to features, and Smart Lookup shows relevant contextual information from the web directly inside Word.

Excel

Excel

Analyze and visualize your data in new and intuitive ways with a fresh user interface plus your favorite keyboard shortcuts. Leverage features like Analysis Toolpak, Slicers, and Formula Builder to save time, so you can focus on insights.

PowerPoint

PowerPoint

Create, collaborate, and effectively present your ideas with new slide transitions and an improved Animations task pane. Threaded comments alongside your slides help you incorporate feedback into your presentations. And Presenter View displays the current slide, next slide, speaker notes, and a timer on your Mac, while projecting only the presentation to your audience on the big screen.

OneNote

OneNote

It’s your very own digital notebook, so you can keep notes, ideas, web pages, photos, even audio and video all in one place. Whether you’re at home, in the office, or on the move, you can take it all with you wherever you go while sharing and collaborating with others.

Your stuff anytime, anywhere

Your stuff anytime, anywhere

Whether you’re working on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad, you’ll have instant access to your documents anytime, anywhere with OneDrive cloud storage.

The Microsoft Difference

The Microsoft Difference

We'll get you up and running

We’re the company that built Office, so we know it better than anybody. No matter what help you may need with downloading or installing Office, we've got the expertise you need. We'll give you the support you need until your software is up and running.

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Requirements

Required Processor

Intel processor

Required Operating System

Mac OS X 10.10

Required Memory

4GB RAM

Required Hard Disk Space

6GB HFS+ hard disk format

Required Display

1280 x 800 resolution

Additional System Requirements

Internet functionality requires an Internet connection.

Microsoft account required.

Installation and FAQ

How do I install Office?

After purchase, you can install Office at www.office.com/myaccount. For more information, see the FAQ.

What's the difference between Office 365 plans and Office 2016 suites?

Office 365 plans include the complete suite of Office applications, plus other services that are enabled over the Internet, including extra cloud storage with OneDrive and Skype minutes for home use. With Office 365 you get the full, installed Office experience on PCs, Macs, tablets (including Windows, iPad, and Android) and smartphones. Office 365 plans are available as a monthly or annual subscription. With Office 365, upgrades are always included with your subscription.

Office 2016 suites, including Office Home & Student and Home & Business, include applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote; they are available as a one-time purchase for use on a single PC or Mac. The applications are not automatically updated; to get the latest version, you must purchase Office again when the new version becomes available.

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Ratings and reviews

Rated 1 out of5 by fromStick with 2011Got it the day it came out and ever since everything has been so slow, it is ridiculous. You are so much better off with 2011 or just use the Apple comparable product. I'm just about the change it all back or go with Apple products entirely. With Microsoft, there is always an issue and never any way around it despite Microsoft forum claiming to work on it, Microsoft has never fixed anything before and frankly gave up hope long time ago. The Microsoft way of fixing things is to put more c r a p on top of it and then just give it another name.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 1 out of5 by fromUtter waste of money this product is.I bought this product last month thinking it would be an upgrade from office for mac 2011. "Disappointment" is the most polite way I can start this review. If there was an option for -1 stars, that's what it would get. I have yet to discover one way in which this product works better than office for mac 2011. For the record, my macbook pro is a brand new unit with every memory/processor/feature upgrade it's possible to order, so I've got as much "system requirement" power as you can find.Start with outlook - if you're a high-volume email user like me with multiple accounts, and your outlook files in aggregate are more than 25GB, you'll crash outlook 2016 trying to import your old info. So scrap that idea. And in retrospect, why? It's the same program with a different color now that I've got inside of it. As for Word, it crashes doing document merges that word 2011 handles just fine. The layout with track changes is also worse and less manageable than for word 2011. As for excel, don't even get me started. There's this cursor gliding "feature" which slows down all work processes - don't even think about trying to copy and paste large volumes of data multiple times at high speeds or you'll pull your hair out waiting for the cursor to "glide". And you can't turn it off! Also having problems where I can't finish constructing formulas across multiple workbooks or even worksheets - it just randomly drops my progress when I return to the original page - whereas there's no difficulty at all with excel 2011 going back and forth between workbooks and worksheets when constructing formulas. So here I sit with a full install of office 2016 and not using a single one of the applications. Stay with 2011 unless you are specifically looking for more irritation and a decline in your productivity.
Date published: 2016-03-04
Rated 2 out of5 by fromLots of problemsBought 2016 a couple of weeks ago. Problems just trying to install it (key wouldn't work). On line support was reasonably good and after reinstalling it seemed to work. Since then I have had problems with both word and excel. "detected a problem and shutting down your work will be lost" ...I'm paraphrasing but thats the gist of it. Thanks! This is not once but lots, one day last week 4 times in one hour on two different files!I have used office for years and like the product but so far not very happy with this version.
Date published: 2015-10-27
Rated 1 out of5 by fromBuggyLaggy interface, and my Word just crashed making me lose my 1000 word essay. Yeah it's a new edition full of bugs I guess, but still makes me angry
Date published: 2015-10-09
Rated 3 out of5 by fromFinally on par with WindowsRetina and full screen features are great. Outlook has stepped up with much better functionality.
Date published: 2015-10-06
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