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    Jim Robinson commented  · 

    We can complain about a single missing feature, but this is actually a bigger issue. There are just too many feature-set differences between the Windows and Mac versions. I get it... you want us to run Windows. Well, suck it up. I'm not. But I *AM* paying the same price for Office365, so there is zero excuse for not having feature set parity.

    It's time for Microsoft to realize that an Excel user needs ALL of the features regardless of platform. This is equally true for every Office365 product. I might even take it to the next level to suggest that there needs to be a version of SQL Server that runs on MacOS that is the feature-equivalent of the developer/desktop version for Windows.

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