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Steve K [MS Excel]Anonymous commented
@Ed I misread the post and thought you were looking for an equivalent for PowerPoint. My Bad. As for PowerPivot neither Excel or Numbers offers PowerPivot for Mac. When I was running Windows, MS Office was a good value. However since switching exclusively to Mac, Office is just another option. My 365 subscription expires next month. I have decided to go with LibreOffice. It includes all of the features currently have in MS office, along with a few things Office does not offer for Mac users. It is also developed with more parity between the Windows and Mac environment. Best of all it will save me $109 per year. As I have stated, MS Office does not really seem to be serious about the development of the Mac version. I see no need to continue paying them for the privilege of being overlooked or ignored.Anonymous commented
@Ed On MAC Keynote is feature rich. LibreOffice also offers a nice alternative. When I was a Windows user, Office 365 had no real competition. However the Mac version of Office 365 is nothing more than a foster child MS is still not treating equally. I see no reason to continue paying the same price for something I can get free.Anonymous supported this idea ·