Ms Word For Mac Os Sierra

 
  1. Microsoft Word 2011 Macos High Sierra
  2. Microsoft Word For Mac Os Sierra 10.12.6

I've recently upgraded to the Sierra OS and ever since then I can't use Word. Every time I open it, it crashes. I've tried reinstalling the OS, reinstalling the Microsoft Office, cleaned out the cashes, validated the fonts, have run the utilities first aid that doesn't seem to find any errors but none of that sorted out my issue. Has anyone got any ideas? Or is it just that the two are not compatible and I need to wait till they figure it out themselves? Very frustrating, grrhhhhhhhh.

MacBook Pro, macOS Sierra (10.12.2)

Ms Word For Mac Os Sierra

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Microsoft Word 2011 Macos High Sierra

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  1. Use Microsoft Office for Mac. Connect to Microsoft Exchange Server. Fun fact: There’s a version of Microsoft Office written just for Mac. So you can use Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on a Mac just like on a PC. MacOS also provides built-in support for the latest version of Microsoft Exchange Server.
  2. Choose the right Microsoft 365 for your Mac Manage life’s demands with Microsoft 365. You’ll always stay a step ahead with the latest in AI-powered apps, 1 TB of cloud storage per person, and digital protection for things that matter most.
  3. AutoSave is a different feature which automatically saves your file as you work - just like if you save the file manually - so that you don't have to worry about saving on the go. On the Mac, AutoSave is available in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint for Microsoft 365 for Mac subscribers. When AutoSave is turned on AutoRecover files are rarely needed.
  4. Important: Until Apple's next macOS release, expected in the Fall 2020, macOS 10.13 High Sierra is still supported on Microsoft 365 for Mac and Office 2019 for Mac. After the new macOS releases, macOS 10.14 Mojave or later is required to receive updates to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote in Microsoft 365 for Mac or Office 2019 for Mac.

Microsoft Word For Mac Os Sierra 10.12.6

Microsoft says it hasn’t tested Office 2011 for Mac on High Sierra and no support will be provided. They point out that support for Office 2011 ends in a few months, on 10 October 2017. On the other hand, it’s hard to believe that the Office for Mac team hasn’t devoted some effort to testing Office 2011 on the upcoming macOS.