It's free, has lots of tools, and is compatible with Microsoft Office file formats.
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LibreOffice for Mac is free and offers a broad, useful collection of productivity tools and compatibility with Microsoft Office file formats, making it a compelling alternative.
Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac moves to the cloud and embraces popular features from the Windows and iOS editions, putting the long-anticipated update -- which includes Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and now OneNote -- on more even footing on the Office platform.
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