Business Software Word Processing Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac (English)

Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac (English) 11.6.6 for Mac

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (9 votes)

File Details

File Size 16.0 MB
License Commercial Demo
Operating System Mac OS X
Date Added
Total Downloads 18,494
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac (English)

Publisher's Description

Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Test Drive includes essential tools that can help you transform the way you create, share, and manage ideas and information using all four Office 2004 for Mac programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Entourage. After you install the Test Drive, you can use it for 30 days. It includes almost all the features found in Office 2004.

Latest Reviews

e4trip

e4trip reviewed vTest Drive on May 20, 2004

can anyone please post a review on entourage's support for exchange server? is support still highly limited like in office X ? or have they finally given entourage full exchange support?

zridling

zridling reviewed vTest Drive on May 20, 2004

Hate Microsoft if you will, but until someone/anyone beats MS Office, it will continue to rule. Much like its Windows 2003 counterpart, this is a very stable version. The new Notebook view in Word, the word processor, is a delightful rip-off of OneNote for Windows, a note-taking and organizing program. In situations where fast note-taking is essential — lectures and interviews come to mind — this view presents a tabbed on-screen notebook and keystrokes that make it easy to type an outline. Best of all, if you click a Record button, your microphone records the proceedings. Later you can play back a certain audio segment just by clicking the corresponding spot in your notes.

The other killer new feature is in PowerPoint, the slide-show software that's loved or loathed by corporate presenters the world over. It's a new view called Presenter Tools, designed especially for laptops hooked up to projectors. In this mode, the audience sees only your projected slides. But on your laptop, you see a very different, private display. Beneath a half-size version of each slide, you see your own notes; for the first time in PowerPoint, you can cheat from a script without letting the audience catch wise. Second, you see a timer, which keeps you from sabotaging your own pitch by running overtime. Third, you see miniatures of the previous slide, your current slide and what's coming up next. No longer do you risk being just as surprised by the next slide as the audience. From the first time you use them, these tools translate into better pacing, better delivery and greater confidence. If you've used a Mac for any time, then once a program does everything anybody could ever ask of it, adding more features like these is just icing on the icing. WELL WORTH THE UPGRADE FOLKS.

yohimbe9

yohimbe9 reviewed vTest Drive on May 20, 2004

well, the word layout rendering engine is the same as the Windows one, that's cool. entourage also works pretty flawlessy with exchange finally. the setup wizard failed for me but i got it working in the advanced settings area running against Exchange 2003. as for the transparency menus... don't know if that's needed

Avg. Rating 4.4 (9 votes)
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e4trip

e4trip reviewed vTest Drive on May 20, 2004

can anyone please post a review on entourage's support for exchange server? is support still highly limited like in office X ? or have they finally given entourage full exchange support?

zridling

zridling reviewed vTest Drive on May 20, 2004

Hate Microsoft if you will, but until someone/anyone beats MS Office, it will continue to rule. Much like its Windows 2003 counterpart, this is a very stable version. The new Notebook view in Word, the word processor, is a delightful rip-off of OneNote for Windows, a note-taking and organizing program. In situations where fast note-taking is essential — lectures and interviews come to mind — this view presents a tabbed on-screen notebook and keystrokes that make it easy to type an outline. Best of all, if you click a Record button, your microphone records the proceedings. Later you can play back a certain audio segment just by clicking the corresponding spot in your notes.

The other killer new feature is in PowerPoint, the slide-show software that's loved or loathed by corporate presenters the world over. It's a new view called Presenter Tools, designed especially for laptops hooked up to projectors. In this mode, the audience sees only your projected slides. But on your laptop, you see a very different, private display. Beneath a half-size version of each slide, you see your own notes; for the first time in PowerPoint, you can cheat from a script without letting the audience catch wise. Second, you see a timer, which keeps you from sabotaging your own pitch by running overtime. Third, you see miniatures of the previous slide, your current slide and what's coming up next. No longer do you risk being just as surprised by the next slide as the audience. From the first time you use them, these tools translate into better pacing, better delivery and greater confidence. If you've used a Mac for any time, then once a program does everything anybody could ever ask of it, adding more features like these is just icing on the icing. WELL WORTH THE UPGRADE FOLKS.

yohimbe9

yohimbe9 reviewed vTest Drive on May 20, 2004

well, the word layout rendering engine is the same as the Windows one, that's cool. entourage also works pretty flawlessy with exchange finally. the setup wizard failed for me but i got it working in the advanced settings area running against Exchange 2003. as for the transparency menus... don't know if that's needed

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