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New Projects for Office 2016 for Mac

As you you may have seen, Microsoft has released Office 2016 for Mac users. This is the first update to Office for Mac since 2011. Now you’ll have the latest upgrades to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (also Outlook and OneNote).

We’re excited about these new versions – they’re slick, smooth and powerful. So SIMnet has made sure that a number of our projects are compatible with Office 2016 for Mac. They’re ready for you to use today!

Here are the projects that are compatible with Office 2016 for Mac:

  • Excel 2013 Skills Approach – Fix It 1.6 (Mac Supported)
  • Excel 2013 Skills Approach – Challenge Yourself 2.3 (Mac Supported)
  • Excel 2013 Skills Approach – Fix It 3.6 (Mac Supported)
  • Word 2013 Skills Approach – Skill Review 1.1 (Mac Supported)
  • Word 2013 Skills Approach – Fix It 2.6 (Mac Supported)
  • Word 2013 Skills Approach – Challenge Yourself 3.4 (Mac Supported)
  • Word 2013 Skills Approach – Fix It 4.6 (Mac Supported)
  • Excel 2013 In Practice – Independent Project 1-5 (Mac Supported)
  • Excel 2013 In Practice – Independent Project 2-4 (Mac Supported)
  • Excel 2013 In Practice – Independent Project 3-4 (Mac Supported)
  • Excel 2013 In Practice – Independent Project 9-6 (Mac Supported)
  • Word 2013 In Practice – Independent Project 2-6 (Mac Supported)

You can upgrade your own Mac Office with a 365 subscription.

How can I tell if I have Office 2016 for Mac?

To check your office version, open Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. To see your version, choose the Word menu and click About Word; the Excel menu and click About Excel; or the PowerPoint menu and click About PowerPoint. If the number after the word Version is greater than or equal to 15, you have successfully installed Office 2016 for Mac. If the number after the word Version is less than 15, you are using Office 2011 for Mac.