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Microsoft Office 2008

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Microsoft_Office_2008.dmg (527.72 MB)
MD5: e9b29c7c1f9ae60d085afcfdfa26c374
For Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (680.74 MB)
MD5: 75c0d32f865f18679a524423912db632
For Mac OS X
Guides on emulating older applications

Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite for Mac OS X. It supersedes Office 2004 for Mac (which did not have Intel native code) and is the Mac OS X equivalent of Office 2007.


Architecture: PPC (Carbonized) x86 (Intel:Mac)

CPU: PowerPC G4 or G5 (500 MHz or faster) or any Intel processor
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later
RAM: 512 MB
Available HD space: 1.5 GB
Notes: Unofficially runs on PowerPC G3 Macs (like the iMac G3 in Bondi Blue) and with less RAM.


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by new_old_emac - 2020, August 3 - 7:16pm

Has anyone the 12.3.6 Update in german? I can find only the english update

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by 24bit - 2020, July 29 - 1:15pm

Path Randomisation maybe? I seem to recall this was introduced with Sierra.
This is how to get rid of that useful security feature:

Using xattr, step by step:
* From the Finder, choose the “Utilities” from the “Go” menu.
* Find the “Terminal” application (in the “Utilities” folder just opened), and launch it.
* Type “xattr -rc ” (not including the quotes, but including the trailing space), into the Terminal window that has just opened.
* Drag the icon of the app in question into the terminal window. (This should paste in the path string).
* Hit return

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by Bolkonskij - 2020, July 29 - 11:54am

I get an error when trying to install the #1 download in 10.12 Sierra. The installer tells me it could not install because it did "not find any software to install". Anyone experienced the same? any idea what it is about?

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by JimmyGiggs129 - 2020, March 3 - 1:28am

As requested:

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by jerome.drouillot - 2019, June 15 - 10:30am


I am looking hard for the french localized version.
Could someone help me?


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by Troyd - 2019, May 21 - 11:54am

MO 2008 came in a few different packages:

i. Home and Student - yellow box
ii. Special Media Edition - white box with MS Expression Media thrown in.
iii. Standard - brown/yellow as above
iv. Business - black box.

There were only slight differences between them, mostly whether they connected to Exchange Servers or had SharePoint support. The basic app set was identical across all the editions.

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by SkyCapt - 2019, May 20 - 11:29pm

My box looks different. Mine says there was a "Business Edition" vs a "Home & Student Edition" and it's written on the box cover. Any idea what's here?? The H&S Ed. has limited features, the Business Ed. is full featured with Web services and clip art which H&S does not have.