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Support for MS Office for Macintosh

Question: How can I get free support on Microsoft Office Mac? The IT Guy says: Free support for MS Office for Macintosh is available from “Office 2004 for Mac”. A searchable knowledge database specifically related to Office for Mac is in the right sidebar: enter keywords for the problem with which you want help
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Question: How can I get free support on Microsoft Office Mac?

The IT Guy says:
Free support for MS Office for Macintosh is available from “Office 2004 for Macâ€. A searchable knowledge database specifically related to Office for Mac is in the right sidebar: enter keywords for the problem with which you want help and click the arrow to search.

If you cannot find help for your problem in the database or posted issue highlights, a link is available at the bottom of the page to directly contact a Microsoft support professional.

Whatever your technical problem, you often can find suggestions or solutions offered by others by searching Google. Beware that suggested solutions from Websites other than Microsoft (since Office for Mac is their product) should be regarded warily.

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