The data base should be in ~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Office 2011 Identities/Main Identity/Inside should be the database file simply named "Database". If you fix the permissions(Get Info-> Sharing and Permissions) and it still isn't working, there is a repair tool called Microsoft Database Utility located in /Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/Office/ that should be able to fix any remaining issue with the database.
The Microsoft Rights Management Service (RMS) allows you to restrict access to Microsoft Office documents to specific individuals. RMS is integrated into Microsoft Office and is available for faculty and staff. Check with the IT professional in your department for assistance in enabling RMS for your account.
Note: This service only allows UMass Amherst employees to share restricted documents with each other. If you share a document with restricted access to an individual outside of the campus community, they will not be able to open it.
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Microsoft is apparently planning an update to Office for Mac 2011 next week, according to The Loop. The update will be in the form of a service pack (SP1) and contains some bug fixes and a new functionality.
The latest Office for Mac 2011 version 14.3.4 includes a variety of feature additions that brings the application suite somewhat up to spec with its Windows counterpart, and includes bug fixes for compatibility issues that hindered interoperability between PC and Mac versions of Word, Outlook and other titles.
Perhaps most important is the ability for existing Office for Mac 2011 users to integrate with Office 365, a subscription service that offers users access to the latest Office software updates, as well as SkyDrive cloud storage and SharePoint access for Word.
In a recent change to its pricing policies, Microsoft placed Office 2011 for Mac in the same tier as its more current PC counterpart Office 2013 for Windows. At the time, it was thought that the Redmond, Wash., company was pushing Mac users toward an Office 365 subscription due to the deprecation of multi-license bundles.
With Tuesday's update, Office 2011 users can sign up for Microsoft Office 365 if they so choose. Subscription to the Home Premium edition costs $99.99 per year, or $9.99 per month, and grants the use of Office on up to five computers.
In order to take advantage of the newest Office for Mac 2011 version, existing owners must have version 14.1.0 or higher installed on a machine running OS X 10.5.8 or later, while Office 365 requires an Intel Mac and OS X 10.6 or higher. The download is available through Auto Update or Microsoft's website.
If you call Office 2011 "long in the tooth", what do you call Pages '09 and Numbers '09 and Keynote '09 and iPhoto '09? It's been almost 5 years without a major update from Apple! I think Apple has completely forgotten that they even make software anymore.
[quote name="christopher126" url="/t/157407/microsoft-brings-office-365-support-to-office-for-mac-2011-in-software-update#post_2323494"]Thanks, but no thanks. I don't want anything MS on my iPhone, iPad, MBA, etc. I won't even consider Ford anymore because of the MS sync association. I just don't want MS anywhere in my life! :)MS, HP, Motorola, Samsung, Dell, Sony, Google, Yahoo, ATT, Verizon, Cable companies had their chance and they either wanted to sell my personal info or tried to sell me subpar SW/HW. Just trying to rip me off![/quote]AT&T counts as cable[quote name="scotty321" url="/t/157407/microsoft-brings-office-365-support-to-office-for-mac-2011-in-software-update#post_2323512"]If you call Office 2011 "long in the tooth", what do you call Pages '09 and Numbers '09 and Keynote '09 and iPhoto '09? It's been almost 5 years without a major update from Apple! I think Apple has completely forgotten that they even make software anymore.[/quote]The basic structure for pages and Microsoft for after 2000 are all similar, however with it almost a decade later a major redesign would be nice. Yet apple has moved it's focus to pages for IOS with it not 5 but 3 years sinse major update.
Alternatively, you can open Launchpad. Locate each office icon and press and hold with your mouse. In a few seconds it will start to vibrate. You can then drag it to your trash can to delete each program.
There are programs out there who take all the work out of completely uninstalling apps. A couple of examples are CleanMyMac X and App Cleaner & Uninstaller. Either buy one of them, or use a free trial. The example used here to remove Office 2011 is App Cleaner & Uninstaller.
That's the minimum required OS. In other words Office 2011 will run on OS X versions 10.5.8 or higher, meaning it also runs with 10.6.8 or 10.7.5, or 10.8.5 or 10.9.4... all of the versions of OS X since 10.5.8 was released.
FileMaker is probably the best known database application for the Mac.It has a feature set comparable to Microsoft Access, but with a strong focus on forms (layouts) as the primaryway of accessing databases. Similar to Access, FileMaker stores your database logic and all the datain a single file. It also has some support for scripting, and offers options for publishing databaseson the web.
However, it's also necessary to note that FileMaker is very different from Access. There is a strictdistinction between application logic and the underlying tables in Access. In FileMaker, logic and data are more closely linked. The underlying tables are more or less hidden from the user, and not aseasily accessible via SQL as in Access.
Office 2011 has new built-in integration with Windows Live SkyDrive as well as connections to SharePoint so users can manage files and work from any location, Wilfrid says. With Office Web Apps, Mac consumers can edit Office documents straight from their browser.
Please note: Only current enrolled students will have access to Office 365. Students will only have access to Office 365 until they graduate or are no longer enrolled in the current term at Gordon State College. At that point, we must disable their Office 365 ProPlus license.
Yes, this is full Office on the PC, Mac, iPhone, and Android platform and all are available for offline use. However, the software will check in automatically to make sure you are still an active Gordon State student. If you aren't able to log in for 30 days (for example, if you are not connected to the internet), the software will operate in read-only mode. You must connect to the internet periodically to maintain your access.
There is some excellent end user training on Office 2013 here. There is some excellent end user training on Office for Mac 2011 here: Excel 2011 / Outlook 2011 / PowerPoint 2011 / Word 2011 Some end user help guides on Office Mobile for iPhone here. Some end user help guides on Office Mobile for Android here.
Need some help figuring out how to use the Scrapbook in Office for Mac 2011? This video will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular word processing application, new to MS Word 2011 or even an expert merely looking to brush up on the fundamentals, you're sure to be well served by this quality video tutorial from the folks at Lynda. For all of the details, and to get started using the Scrapbook tool in your own Office for Mac 2011 projects, watch the video.
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In Outlook for Mac, the Outlook 15 Profiles folder is hidden by default. You can unhide the Library folder to access the Outlook 15 Profiles folder. Follow these steps:
First, it only means something if you're still running the old Microsoft Office 2011. In late 2015, Microsoft released Office 2016 for Mac and it's available as a full retail purchase or as part of their Office 365 subscription package (highly recommended). If you're using Office 2016, then you can skip this article altogether. If you're still using Office 2011, you should consider upgrading to the new version for a few reasons:
If you have an Office 365 subscription but your computer can't run Office 2016 (if it's too old), you can use Office in the Cloud. Microsoft says you can go to "portal.office.com. This includes Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, along with Skype and OneDrive for Business.... Otherwise, you will have to either purchase a new device or continue using the now unsupported Office 2011 for Mac."
I need to issue an HTTP Get with a query string to a web service from Excel for Mac 2011. I've seen the answers for using QueryTables (How can I send an HTTP POST request to a server from Excel using VBA?) but they use the POST method, not a GET method. I also see that it's easy from a Windows machine, but I'm stuck on a Mac.
Doing further research, I came across Robert Knight's comment on this question VBA Shell function in Office 2011 for Mac and built an HTTPGet function using his execShell function to call curl. I've tested this on a Mac running Mac OS X 10.8.3 (Mountain Lion) with Excel for Mac 2011. Here is the VBA code:
No claims for performance or scalability, but for a simple one-shot access to a web service from Excel for Mac 2011, this seems to do the trick and met the need for which I posted my original question. YMMV!
There has to be something about a software suite that is used and adored by millions of professionals around the globe. Simply put, there are many advantages and uses of the Microsoft Office 2011 Home and Student for Mac as mentioned below:
As of yesterday afternoon (Jan 27, 2016), office Mac users could not use Outlook 2011 for Mac to access our Comcast Hosted Exchange server. Similar issue with Apple Mail on MacBooks, but NOT for iPhone Mail users. Windows users with Outlook 2010 had no problems. Browser-based Outlook Web Access users had no problems. 2b1af7f3a8