Welcome to Word:mac
You have landed on the home page of the Word for Macintosh section of the Word MVP Site.
If you’re looking for information on issues specific to Word for the Macintosh, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re struggling with application problems, click on the Troubleshooting link to the left; for tips, techniques and how-to’s, try Using Word:mac.
These pages, devoted to the Macintosh user who wishes to learn how to use or troubleshoot Mac Word, are but a small section of a much larger site containing perhaps the most extensive repository of tips and techniques for Microsoft Word on the web. Keep in mind that Word is Word, so although the articles can access via Word Home were written about Word for Windows, they apply equally to Mac Word in most cases.
Note that this sub-site, like its parent, is owned and operated by MVPs. We are volunteers. We do not work for Microsoft. We work with Microsoft Word. So if you have a complaint for Microsoft, contact them.
For more background information about this site, visit Word Home.
- There are no immediate plans to update articles on this website or to add new articles. However, if the author of an article has published an updated version of the article elsewhere, the article on this site may be updated with a link to the updated version.
- In service to the community of Word users worldwide, this site will be maintained by Lene Fredborg. If you find problems with links or other issues that prevent this site from working properly, you can contact Lene Fredborg.
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