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    Does Office 2011 play nice with Mojave?

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    Apparently, it does. I'm basing this on comments made by several people in other Threads.

    macOS Mojave is likely the last OS to work with the 2011 version because it is 32bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
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    Does Office 2011 play nice with Mojave?

    This shows one that says yes, and another that shows iffy with a blue-? icon:
    https://roaringapps.com/apps?index=a

    I just used their search box and entered "Office 2011"






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    We have one user here for whom Outlook won't send or receive under Mojave, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
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    Does Office 2011 play nice with Mojave?
    Yes. At least on my system it does. I only use Word and Powerpoint so I can not say for sure that Outlook and Excel work without problems. However, Office 2011 apps will cease to function when the next version of macOS goes public. We've discussed alternatives to Office if folks do not want to invest in O365, Office 2016 or the new Office 2019. My take on it is if you do not need to exchange documents with others for business or otherwise, you can not beat the free Apple apps - Pages, Keynote, and Numbers.

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    Right. Or Libre Office to convert from Word and Excel. I guess iWork apps do that too though.

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    I have a question on converting iWork documents to Microsoft Office documents. I have Microsoft Office 2016 installed and I am converting all my MS documents to iWork documents.(I don't want to run MS anymore) My question is, if Microsoft was never installed on my Mac, could the Mac still convert iWork documents to MS Office documents?
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    iWork, could always save files as Word, Excel, etc, compatibility/features may not always translate properly.
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    Thanks Bob for the information
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    As Bob stated, it depends a lot on the document. I have several long documents that were done with Word some time ago (.doc format) and when converting to the iWork format (Pages), a lot of adjusting has to be made. Things like page breaks, inserted images, borders, etc, generally have to be re-formated. Simple documents are usually no problem when converting.

    The new version of Pages has been improved quite a bit over the older iWork version. It especially goes well with the new dark mode in Mojave. I also like the two page zoom feature which is nice on my 27" display.

    Keynote seems to work very well with Powerpoint documents. I have a large number of PP presentations and they all look great opening with Keynote. I can't speak for Numbers as I have no Excel documents to compare with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    I can't speak for Numbers as I have no Excel documents to compare with.
    Thank you chscag. I converted many Excel documents in the last few days (Business Invoices) to Numbers without any problems, no adjustments.
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