Microsoft Office for Mac 2008

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    Matthew Mushall

    ZOMG!  It's about time, too.  I have Office X and Office 2004 for my Macs...though I'll admit to never actually installing 2004.  I never liked the flat GUI in 2004.  Subsequent updates to X have slowly transformed its GUI into something closer to 2004, so it no longer matters anymore.


    I'll be purchasing 2008 just as soon as its available.  I was seriously impressed by the previews following your Vista Week early last year.  I have Office 2007 for Vista on my PC, but I despise the performance.  Why must office initialize and compile components every-time I boot it up?  For every step forward Microsoft makes in updating software, they take 3 steps back in performance.

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    Matthew Mushall

    ZOMG!  It's about time, too.  I have Office X and Office 2004 for my Macs...though I'll admit to never actually installing 2004.  I never liked the flat GUI in 2004.  Subsequent updates to X have slowly transformed its GUI into something closer to 2004, so it no longer matters anymore.


    I'll be purchasing 2008 just as soon as its available.  I was seriously impressed by the previews following your Vista Week early last year.  I have Office 2007 for Vista on my PC, but I despise the performance.  Why must office initialize and compile components every-time I boot it up?  For every step forward Microsoft makes in updating software, they take 3 steps back in performance.

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