The latest Microsoft Office update to Mac OS is designed to make its way to Apple’s Mac operating system, but Apple is also offering an optional update to its popular Mac app to make it work on its own operating system.
Microsoft released the new Office update for Mac OS on Wednesday, and its release comes a day after the Mac app for the popular desktop operating system got an update.
Apple has been pushing updates to the operating system since 2014, and the company has been rolling out updates to various Mac apps on a regular basis.
Apple is also releasing an update to AppleScript, the free utility that can automate repetitive tasks in Apple’s productivity suite, in the latest update to Office.
This includes the recent update to iCloud, the online storage service, which added support for iCloud Drive.
AppleScript was first released in 2008 as a utility for Apple’s Mail, Contacts, Numbers, and Keynote apps.
It is a free utility for Mac users, but it costs $19.99.
The update to Microsoft Office for Mac also comes with an optional AppleScript version of the Office suite, allowing users to access Microsoft Office documents from within the Mac.
In addition to the new version of Office for macOS, Apple also announced the release of a new Mac OS version for 2019.
The new OS is called Mac OS El Capitan, which means it will be released on June 6.
The release of El Capitans is expected to be more widespread than the earlier versions of OS X and is also expected to include new features such as multi-touch support for the Touch Bar, which can be used for touch-based input.