Mac Mini Office 2008 For Mac

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Mac Mini Office 2008 For Mac

In the Office 2008 12.3.6 Update volume window, double-click the Office 2008 12.3.6 Update application to start the update process, and then follow the instructions on the screen. If the installation finishes successfully, you can remove the update installer from your hard disk.

Mdm project for mac. The update can only update an existing installation of Microsoft Office. You need to install Microsoft Office before you can update it. If your Mac mini is PowerPC based, the most recent version of Microsoft Office that will run on it is Office 2008, but Office 2004 is also a good choice because it supports VBA.

Intel-based Macs running Mac OS X 10.5 or later can run Microsoft Office 2011. I am an unpaid volunteer and do not work for Microsoft. 'Independent Advisors' work for contractors hired by Microsoft. 'Microsoft Agents' work for Microsoft Support.

Congrats on the mac. Here's your issue. You installed SL before Office, yes?

Office is designed for PowerPC macs, but luckily, Apple designed a solution for that, called Rosetta, that translates the PowerPC Binaries to Intel Binaries. This was a standard install on 10.4, Tiger, 10.5, Leopard, and in order to get down up to 7.0 GB HD savings on SL, they decided to make Rosetta an optional install. What you have to do is pop your SL disk back into the mac. Double click optional installs. You want the optional installs mpkg. It should be pretty self explanatory from there.

Make sure Rosetta is checked on the appropriate screen. When all is said and done, quit the installer and try installing MS Office again. If that doesn't work, tell us what happened and we'll do what we can to get your new mac working.

Mac Mini Office 2008 For Macos Sierra

Congrats on the mac. Here's your issue.

Outlook For Mac

You installed SL before Office, yes? Resultat note brevet des colleges verin de balancier jcb 51r1. Office is designed for PowerPC macs, but luckily, Apple designed a solution for that, called Rosetta, that translates the PowerPC Binaries to Intel Binaries. This was a standard install on 10.4, Tiger, 10.5, Leopard, and in order to get down up to 7.0 GB HD savings on SL, they decided to make Rosetta an optional install. What you have to do is pop your SL disk back into the mac.

This entry was posted on 15.04.2017.