Office for Mac 2011
Applies to: Office for Mac 2011
Topic Last Modified: 2013-03-01
Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is a suite of desktop productivity applications that is designed to work specifically with the Mac operating system. It provides Mac users with desktop applications for creating professional documents and presentations, sharing ideas with other users on Mac computers or Windows-based computers, and managing information efficiently.
Office for Mac documentation is intended for IT professionals who plan, implement, and maintain Office installations in their organizations. Click a link below to find the product documentation you are looking for:
This guide provides information about new features in Office for Mac 2011. It details requirements to deploy Outlook 2011 and how teams, especially those in a mixed environment of Windows-based and Mac computers, can stay connected and productive, and work collaboratively on documents with Office 2011 and SharePoint. The guide also describes how to install and deploy Office 2011 in a production environment and provides details about the enhanced security features in Office 2011 to help IT professionals efficiently mitigate security threats while maintaining information worker productivity.
This guide details the new features in Communicator for Mac and information about what you should consider when you upgrade to the new version. It also provides detailed instructions about how to install and configure Communicator for Mac in a corporate environment and how to manage preferences.
Designed to work with both Lync Server 2010 and Lync Online, Lync for Mac 2011 is the new rich client for Lync users on the Mac platform, which offers integrated functionality for instant messaging, presence, conferencing and voice.
This guide details the new features in Lync for Mac and information about what you should consider when you upgrade to the new version.
It also provides detailed instructions about how to install and configure Lync for Mac in a corporate environment and how to manage preferences.
This guide describes the step-by-step process of setting up an AD RMS server in a test environment, configuring this server to work with Mac clients, and using IRM with Office for Mac.