Let’s face it. If you’re not a math nerd, then spreadsheets are dull as dirt. But a new iOS app called Grid is changing the definition of what a spreadsheet is, making it a dazzling, intuitive tool for practically anything you can imagine.
For some people, this may be a harbinger of doom. For others (myself included), it’s cause to throw a frickin’ parade. Pages, Keynote, and Numbers are fine for the average casual user, but for true productivity, there’s only one productivity solution, and at long last it’s coming to the iPad.
A week or two ago, I waxed poetic about Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac, which is set for release on October 26th. After a few quick e-mails, I was in contact with one of the MS press team, and just today I received a free press copy of Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. It’s going […]
In case you’ve been wondering, Microsoft Office has a new version coming out soon, Office 2011. In it is all the usual stuff, all bundled up and neat. Honestly, I’m sure there are a lot of new features, but I haven’t yet gotten my chance to play with a copy yet. But that’s not really […]
Sometimes, you’ve got to learn things the hard way, like I did the other day. I have multiple spreadsheets open on my desktop at one time, most of them in Numbers. Up until recently, I was using Excel for all of my spreadsheet duties, but once my wife started showing me the cool things she […]
I don’t know how he does it, but somehow, Boy Genius Report gets all the cool scoops. Take this screenshot above, for example. That’s Outlook from Microsoft Office 2011, which is due to replace Entourage in the latest Mac Office offering from Microsoft. It looks like it has a lot of the same features, but […]
One of the first things I did when I bought my first mac in 2006 was to get Microsoft Office 2004. It was my futile way of clinging onto my Windows XP past, while stepping into the future. I eventually purchased Office 2008, and sure, it’s pretty, but it’s got more problems. Fact is, if […]