After Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac features has been revealed, today some major details pops up like the release month and pricing structure. Accordingly, Office 2011 for Mac will come in two flavors Home and Student Edition and Home and Office Edition.
The Home and Student offering will come with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Messenger. A single-user install of Home and Student will retail for $119 and a family pack of three-installs can be purchased for $149.
While Home and Business Edition will include Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Messenger as well as Microsoft’s redesigned email client Outlook. A single-install of Home and Business will retail for $199 and a multi-pack that allows installation on two machines can be purchased for $279.
From now until November 30th, if you buy Office 2008 for Mac you will be eligible to upgrade to Office 2011 for free. Now don’t tell us you’ll be buying the 2008 just to have the free 2011 Office for Mac?