MacBU to release PPTX Support for Office:mac

Created: Wednesday, July 18, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 1:50 am

Microsoft’s MacBU division confirmed that they will release beta 2 of the much awaited Office 2007 file format converters with “a significant Word refresh and the addition of PowerPoint (.pptx).” In addition, they will also release a beta of their latest Remote Desktop Connection client (a universal binary). Both releases are expected in the week of July 30th, as per the Mac Mojo blog.

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