I had a devil of a time wafter install, ith 'activation' tried many things, said it was activated, but when i er-launched it warnde me sonly so many uses left beofer i must activate. Anyhow, MS had me delete the whole installation ( again) and then a bunch of other files in the library. Cant remember which ones, i was on the phone with a tech support person - very helpful - then after a reboot again of my mbpr, i was able to install and activate.
in use i have not had too many issues, although o have only really used excel.
There have been a lot of updates to office 2106 sinc e my install a week or so ago, though ( found several more today)
You have 2 extremely shitty and trollish posts spread over 3 years. What a win. What motivates you to make a reply, I wonder? In the past 3 years, what excited you enough to save your vomit for a thread about a 0.1 release, of all things?
I keep hearing about Office 2016 breaking, but I haven't had a single problem with it on any of my computers since 10.11 came out. I use Word and Excel daily.
I wonder if it had something to do with upgrading versus doing a fresh install of OS X.
My understanding is the bugs had to do with Outlook, and not Word or Excel. I personally won't use Office 2016, because it doesn't allow setting up my own toolbars anymore. The ribbon is a no-go.
Ogre and goblin, at least.
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Next time I have a couple hours free and a lawyer handy, I might read it, but till then, I guess, no update.
This fixed my mail issues -- as expected. Time to upgrade the other machines. Well done Apple.
Excellent link - hilarious, too - thanks!
And not as sinister as I thought it might be - I wonder why thescary new format of the agreement, though?
I was a little disconcerted that Apple wants to claim ownership, or at least limit my usage,
of photo streams/slideshows of my own photos, though...Maybe the English wasn't plain enough on that one...