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Microsoft Office for Mac won't be coming until 2015 but the new Outlook for Mac is available now.

The company rolled out an updated version of Outlook for Mac for Office 365 users Friday and revealed new details about when the rest of its Office software will be available.

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'This release offers a more familiar and consistent experience between Outlook on the PC, Outlook on the web and Outlook Web App (OWA) for iPad, iPhone and Android devices,' the company wrote in a blog post.

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The user interface in the newest version of Outlook has been revamped with a more modern design, improved scrolling and faster loading. Microsoft also improved its Exchange functionality with faster syncing and online archive support that allows users to search their Exchange archive from within Outlook.


The updated Outlook for Mac is available now to Office 365 subscribers. The rest of the Office suite, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote for Mac, will be available in 2015, Microsoft said. The company plans to begin with a public beta of Office in the first half of the year followed by the full release later in 2015.

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Microsoft noted that this is a different approach than the company has taken with previous releases. In the past, the company has waited at least six months after the Office for Windows release to roll out a Mac version of the software. But this time the company said it made a 'conscious decision' to prioritize bringing its software to as many platforms as possible, including tablets and smartphones.