Pogue looks at Office 2004 for Macintosh

In his "State of the Art" column for The New York Times, David Pogue looks at Microsoft Office 2004, which was officially released for the Macintosh yesterday. Pogue sums up his article by saying, "...Microsoft's Mac team appears to be reaching the same point of feature saturation as its Windows counterpart. Once a program does everything anybody could ever ask of it, adding more features is just icing on the icing." Source: The New York Times

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