Microsoft has released an official video showing the office for Mac app on its official website.
In the video, Microsoft says that if you are a Mac user and you are on the Mac App Store, you can download the Microsoft Office for Mac application on your computer.
If you have an Apple device, you should see an option to download Microsoft Office on the Apple App Store or Microsoft Office app on your device.
You can also see an official description of the Microsoft office app, and you can click here to view the official description.
Microsoft also says that the Microsoft app can be used to find documents in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, OneAccess, and Outlook.
Microsoft says there are additional apps for Office 365, such as Office 365 Online and Microsoft Office 365 Workplace.
The app for Mac will also be compatible with Apple’s AirPlay audio streaming technology, which will allow you to play your audio files from your PC to your Mac.
Microsoft Office will also include support for voice dictation, as well as audio streaming in Outlook.
If your Mac is a Mac Pro, you will also see support for a keyboard and mouse on the Microsoft website.
Microsoft will release the official video of the app on Monday, April 14, and it will be available on the official Microsoft website starting Tuesday, April 15.
The video was released to celebrate the new iPad, and Microsoft says the app will be updated to include new features, improvements, and other updates throughout the coming months.