Running older expired versions of Office for Mac (2011, 2008, 2004 etc) is becoming ever more problematic, especially if you want to upgrade to the latest Mac operating Systems …. Catalina or Big Sur

The IT Guys strongly recommend our clients update to 365/2019/2021 ASAP (prices below)

Office 2021/Office 365 Pricing and Products Explained

The IT Guys have experienced corrupt databases and other compatibility issues, slowness, , hanging and crashes on client  running superseded versions of Office for Mac. This has also been reported in blogs and the press, Office 2016 for Mac, macOS Sierra potential crash issues. Although a fix for Outlook 2011 maybe forthcoming, neither Microsoft nor Apple seems to be in a hurry to fix the issue and instead, recommend upgrading Office to the latest versions. (Office 365 or Office 2019 )

Support Ended for the following versions of Outlook For Mac

  • Microsoft Office 2011 – Support ended 1st September 2018
  • Microsoft for Mac and Student Edition – support ended 4/9/2013
  • Microsoft – support ended  1/9/2007
  • Microsoft Office for Mac Home and Student 2011 – support ended 1/10/2012
  • Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 3 – support ends 10/10/2017

Office 2011 cannot even be downloaded and installed anymore, unless you have the original disks.

Purchase the latest versions of Microsoft Office by clicking on the links below

Can I still use Office 2016?

Can I still use Office 2013?

Can I still use Office 2011 for Mac?

Office 2021/Office 365 Pricing and Products Explained


*Price assumes purchasing, downloading and installing Home and includes GST and assumes that either Outlook is not been used, has not been used before and requires no migration of , addresses and calendar items other than those automatically detected and imported. Migration of emails from previous  versions of Outlook, Outlook Express, Entourage, Thunderbird, Live Mail etc. may occur further expense and will be quoted before completion of work.

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