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Yes just a product key. Very easy to install on mac
By Paul on 03 December 2014
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Yes it does. Beware of the usual Outlook limitations on a Mac though, like the inability to request read receipts.
By Mike Hill on 20 January 2015
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it was a digital download with a separate product key. Hope this helps?
By Andrew on 21 January 2016
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I am running OS X El Capitan v 10.11.1 on my MacBook and I have had no problems to date.
By Mike A on 20 November 2015
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I can't see / understand why you would have 2 user accounts on the one Mac ..... unless it is you and someone else? I have never thought about this, but I would "guess" that the software is linked to the machine rather than the user account (as was the case with my early pc version)? I suggest that you ask Microsoft directly?
By Mike A on 19 April 2016
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Perpetual - I have never been asked to renew my copy
By Gilly Bagan on 01 December 2014
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As far as I am aware - the renewable version costs les as its a subscription, as Office 24/7 or whatever it's called whereas Office For Mac updates (albeit infrequently). I gave up on Oulook though it doesn't work without constrict annoying pop-ups on BT with Home Hub 4 or 5.
By Wireless Voyager on 01 February 2016
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can be used on 1 pc/Mac and 1 tablet
By Alf Birley on 21 March 2015
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