|Aug 24, 2010, 11:29 PM||#1|
Microsoft Publisher 2010...for Mac?
Okay, not sure where to post this, and it probably is a dumb question...
Does Microsoft Office Publisher 2010 work on Mac? I was trying to research on the web, and I think the answer is NO...but can someone confirm?
I went to Office Depot and asked the cashier, when purchasing, if it would work for Mac. She said "yeah." Well, I'm thinking I didn't get the right info.
So now I feel like I am stuck with this. I had bought it because I was needing to open some Publisher docs sent to me, and the free trials online didn't seem to work.
I think I should've realized that this was not compatible with Mac. Oh, and I only have Microsoft Office 2004. Someone please help!
|Aug 25, 2010, 01:33 AM||#2|
No, it does not work on Mac natively but will run on a intel Mac running Windows.
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