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changed to Mac after being a PC users for my entire life.
Bought office 2016 for my Mac (Version 16.16.20)
On a PC you use alt key to access the shortcuts in the tool bar - when you press alt, it highlights the toolbar and you either arrow key between what you want OR you use the short cut codes that pop up - have included a pic of what I mean.
For example on a PC Alt H AL would align text to the left.
On Mac I cannot get these to pop up.
Does anyone know how to access that on Mac?
MacBook Air 13', macOS 10.14
Apple has 'Pages' and 'Numbers' which are able to work with, respectively, Word and Excel files. You can purchase and download both from the App Store in your Dock. Both have the ability to export files as Word and Excel if you need to send files to other people who don't have Macs. Each is $20.
Or, you can purchase Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, which contains both Word and Excel. You can purchase and download it from the Microsoft website. It's $120 per computer, or $150 for three computers.
Oct 8, 2012 7:27 AM