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OFFICE 2016 PARA TU MAC 100% COMPATIBLE. CONTENIDO: POwerpoint, excel, word y note pad.
I personally had a lot of trouble understanding how to download the software for Word for Mac on my wife's MacBook Pro which has a different Apple ID than the iMac which I used to buy the Family version of this app. It was only after I signed out of the Apple Id of my wife's computer and signed into my own purchase Apple ID and downloaded the app that I suddenly understood that anybody with any Apple Id can download the software for Word for Mac by clicking the GET button. You will notice that right below In-Aoo Purchase, it says Supports Family Sharing. Now that was my next dilemma. It seems to me like the statement reads that the Family Version supports family Sharing because it says so. But after buying the app, and setting up family sharing, no subscription for Word for Mac was there under supported apps and services under Family Sharing in System Preferences. No, the statement which starts out says 'Supports Family Sharing? goes on to say that some third party softare (including this one) don't suport Family Sharing! How confusing. Well, once I downloaded the Word for Mac on my wife'MacBook Pro, I signed into a Microsoft account within Word for Mac and that is where the license to run the app on my wife's MacBook Pro was granted. Because of this confulsion I almost fell back on Pages. The Apple Advisors were in the dark as much as me. What a day!
Many months ago you gave users a chance to try a new version of Outlook 365. I noted a few issues and oen did not get fixed. There is a clitch when I use this on Mac. When I being a sentence, the capital letter at the start of the sentence gets jumped ahead of the curser, with auot correct changing the secon letter of the sentence from lower case to capitol and them fixing the spelling of the first word.
This means, every time I begin a paragrpah or senetnce, I have to delete the first letter, which is not at the end of a sentence and go back to the begining of teh sentence and fix the first word.
Please fix this crummy coding.
Also, I am using Zoom, as are many people these days. It asked me if I want to merge with Outlook 365. I clicked yes. It generated an outlook app on my tool bar. Ithis is not a Zoom app, it is your outlook app. Now I get a bell ring and pop-up on my screen every time I have something on my calendar. I have something on my sclendar every 15 to 30 minutes. This is driving me nuts. There is a not setting to get ride of it, control the bell ring or stop the pop-up.
Please go through your systems and fix things before taing them live. You guys =used to be the best at this stuff, now you have wacky flaws without solutions.
I've been using Word now as a professional writer since spring 1988 when I bought my first Mac. There's no doubt that Word is the most powerful document creating application out there. However, I am seriously weirded out by it these days. As a writer, I tend to work on anywhere from a dozen to two or three dozen stories, essays, and articles every week. It used to be that I could just quit the app with whatever open and when I logged back on everything would boot up automatically. For the past good while (can't remember how long) that option seems gone. Yes, there is the 'Recently Open' command, but I don't have time nor do I want to waste my limited intelligence trying to remember what was open and why. You'd think at least that there would be a startup page option letting you choose to re-open what was open. Not happening. I've written to Microsoft on this problem several times. No response back that I know of. That is a problem with being too big to care. I've got my methods for getting around this issue, of course, but still, they require thinking about something trivial that I really don't want to waste my brain on. Thanks for reading!
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Existing Office 2016 for Mac customers will be seamlessly upgraded to 64-bit versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote as part of the August product release (version 15.25). This affects customers of all license types: Retail, Office 365 Consumer, Office 365 Commercial, and Volume License installations.
Customers who use Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU) to keep their Office applications up-to-date will see a 'regular' monthly update notification when their selected channel is upgraded to 64-bit builds. Depending on which version is installed on the local computer, MAU will offer either a delta or full update. The update package size does not change between 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Also, MAU can deliver a delta update when applicable to update a user from 32-bit to 64-bit applications. Therefore, customers won't experience a sharp increase in download activity. For the release to the Production channel, customers will see '(64-bit)' in the update title to make them aware that this is a 64-bit update.
For information about how to use the MAU, see Check for Office for Mac updates automatically.
The August release of Office for Mac is available for manual download. The following file provides a 64-bit package to replace existing 32-bit applications with 64-bit variants during installation:
Download the Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac August update package now.
Microsoft scanned this file for viruses, using the most current virus-detection software that was available on the date that the file was posted. The file is stored on security-enhanced servers that help prevent any unauthorized changes to it.
Volume License customers typically get their Office 2016 software from the Volume License Service Center (VLSC). These builds are refreshed infrequently and are typically aligned with new language editions. The VLSC will continue to offer 32-bit installers (15.23) until November 2016. However, all updater packages that are released after August will be based on 64-bit builds. Therefore, a VLSC customer who updates either manually or through AutoUpdate will be transitioned to 64-bit builds.
The Mac operating system has been 64-bit for several years. Unlike for Windows, there's no choice between running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of the Mac operating system. Similarly, we won't offer a choice between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Office 2016 for Mac. After each 'channel' is transitioned per the rollout schedule, only 64-bit builds will be available.
The transition to 64-bit Office for Mac was announced in April 2016. IT Pros will want to understand which compiled add-ins are deployed to the users whom they manage so that they can assess the effect of the upgrade. The following Microsoft Office website summarizes the issues that affect the more common add-ins that are used together with Office 2016 for Mac:
To verify the architecture of an Office application (that is, to understand whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit build), start the application, open the Activity Monitor, and then enable the Kind column.
You can also use the file command in a terminal session to inspect the binary. For this use, type file -N <path of binary>.This method can be used with for any binary file, including third-party add-ins.
The file command returns one of three values.
|Mach-O 64-bit executable x86_64||64-bit binary|
|Mach-O executable i386||32-bit binary|
|Mach-O 64-bit executable x86_64||FAT binary (compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit processes)|
|Mach-O executable i386||FAT binary (compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit processes)|
There may be situations in which the customer has to change code that's not 64-bit ready. If customers can't immediately move forward to 64-bit builds, we will make available a one-time 32-bit update for the 15.25 release in addition to the default 64-bit updates. The 32-bit updates will be available only for manual download from the Office CDN.
The latest 32-bit release of Office 2016 for Mac (15.25.160818) can be downloaded from https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=823192.
Customers who manually install the 32-bit release won't be offered the 64-bit version of 15.25 through MAU. However, MAU will offer the 64-bit version of 15.26 in September 2016. Therefore, customers have a limited time to remain on 32-bit builds.
If a customer has already upgraded to the 64-bit update of Office for Mac 15.25 and wants to revert to the 32-bit version, follow these steps:
The 64-bit installation has a build date of 160817. The 32-bit version has a build date of 160818.