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Word 2004 on OS X

Microsoft Word 2004 running on OS X 10.4 "Tiger".

Office 2004 for Mac is a version of Microsoft Office designed by Microsoft for OS X, released on May 11, 2004. It was designed and written for PowerPC Macs, so Macs with Intel CPUs could only run the program under OS X's Rosetta emulation layer. For this reason, it is not compatible with OS X 10.7 and newer. As of January 10, 2012, support for Office 2004 for Mac has ended.

HistoryWebsiteMicrosoft Product ActivationGenuine Advantage
Windows
3.095972000XP20032007201020132016
Mac OS/OS X
982001X200420112016
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Desktop
AccessExcel (Viewer)InfoPathLyncOneNoteOutlook (Outlook ConnectorAdd-ins)• PowerPoint Viewer) • ProjectPublisherMicrosoft SharePoint (DesignerWorkspace)</small> • VisioWord • (Viewer)</small>
Server
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Mobile
Office Mobile
Online
Live MeetingOffice LiveOffice Web AppsOutlook Web AppOffice 365Outlook.com
Office tools
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Discontinued
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