Microsoft Office for Mac 2011

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I tried to boot Microsoft Office onto my Mac 2011 only to receive a problem report. It said that this product needs an Intel-based Macintosh pc. Can you tell me what this means and what I need to do to fix it?

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Microsoft Office for Mac 2011

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This kind of problem is not quite that difficult or a major problem. This problem may occur/happen if your computer doesn't meet the minimum system requirements for the Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. It is because the MS Office for Mac 2011 requires an Intel-based processor. You can check

To check if your computer meets the required system, just follow these simple steps:

Step 1:
– To install Office for Mac 2011, quit all the applications first.

  • In order to quit the application, simply select the application on the toolbar then select quit or you can do a force quit if an application cannot quit. Just hold down the Command and Option keys, and then press the Esc on your keyboard.

 

Step 2:

– Determine your processor type.

  • In order to check, just go to the Apple menu, then click the "About This Mac".

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