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    If you're going to install Windows anyway via Boot Camp and already have a copy of Office 2010, I recommend the Windows version of Office.

    And yes, Mac Office 2011 now supports macros. And has inherited the ribbon from its Windows cousin.

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    The biggest lost of functionality for me after switching is that you can't edit an Exchange public calendar. We do all our scheduling via public calendars, so ultimately I am forced back to using Office 2010 for Windows via Fusion.

    I understand MS is trying to move away from Public Folders eventually, but why give the functionality in 2010 but not 2011?

    Anyone have any good work arounds for this?

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