Office 2011 For Mac Retina

Following earlier hints that a Retina display to their Mac office suite wouldn’t be coming any time soon, Microsoft today released Office for Mac 2011 version 14.2.4, finally adding Retina graphics, as well as a few bug fixes and performance improvements.


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  1. Office for Mac 2011 first launched in October of 2011. Apple currently offers one Mac in its lineup with a high-resolution Retina display: a 15-inch MacBook Pro.
  2. If you are using Office 2011 for Mac, chances are you might find out that Office for Mac is blurry on Retina Display for apps like PowerPoint, Word and others. While some users might suggest increasing the resolution of your MacBook Pro and setting the zoom in Office applications to 200%, this will only make the blur screen less obvious.
  3. どうも、Jack です。 Mac 向けオフィススイート「Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 」が MacBook Pro Retina ディスプレイ の高解像度に対応しました! 対応したのはバージョン14.2.4 です。ワード、エクセル、パワーポイント、アウトルックが高解像度に対応し、入力する文字はどこででも鮮明になりました。.
  4. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite for Mac OS X.It is the successor to Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac and is comparable to Office 2010 for Windows. Office 2011 was followed by Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac released on September 22, 2015, requiring a Mac with an x64 Intel processor and OS X Yosemite or later.

Ms Office For Mac 2011

We’re happy to announce that Office for Mac 2011 (version 14.2.4) now supports Retina display for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Text everywhere is incredibly crisp and all key areas of the interface are now sharper than ever. We hope you enjoy this fantastic software experience!

Office 2011 For Mac Retina Pro

If you have a one-time purchase of Office for Mac 2011, you’ll need a product key to activate. Find your product key for Office for Mac 2011. In the Get Started wizard, click Enter your purchased product key. Tip: If the wizard isn’t open, start an Office application and click Activate Now.

The update is available now through the AutoUpdate service, or for direct download through Microsoft’s website (link).

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