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Office 2011 for Mac

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For those Mac users who haven't used it yet: it's a HUGE improvement over the last version. Excel is actually now, finally compatible with the Windows version. Between Excel being up to spec and AutoCAD coming back to Mac, I really see no reason to keep my Win partition (cue TS).
 

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It would be great if, when I send an excel spreadsheet to a client using a Mac, the spreadsheet looked the same for them as it does for me. Generally to print margins are screwed up, the colors are different, and the formatting has changed.
 

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Originally Posted by dcg
It would be great if, when I send an excel spreadsheet to a client using a Mac, the spreadsheet looked the same for them as it does for me. Generally to print margins are screwed up, the colors are different, and the formatting has changed.

Does the client have 2008 or 2011?
 

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^Had 2008, they were planning to update to 2011 ASAP.
 

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