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ITS-Supported Macintosh Software List

Following is a list of software available in ITS facilities and public areas in the Libraries for the Macintosh platform. Please note that some software applications, due to license restrictions, may not be available in all locations:

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Mac OS X 10.7
Title, Version, (Vendor), [Suite] Detailed Info Where Can I Find This?
Audacity for Mac 2.0.11 (Audacity Project)detail >>locations >>
Excel 2011 (Microsoft)   [Microsoft Office: Mac 2011]detail >>locations >>
Firefox 8.0.1 (Mozilla)detail >>locations >>
Kurzweil 3000 (Kurzweil Educational Systems)detail >>locations >>
Matlab r2012a (MathSoft)detail >>locations >>
Max/MSP Runtime 6.0.5 (Cycling 74)detail >>locations >>
OXygenXML Editor 13.1 (SyncroSoft)detail >>locations >>
PowerPoint 2011 (Microsoft)   [Microsoft Office: Mac 2011]detail >>locations >>
Safari 5.1.7 (Apple)detail >>locations >>
SoundHack .896 ()detail >>locations >>
Spear 0.7.2 (BrotherSoft)detail >>locations >>
SPSS for Mac 20 (SPSS, Inc.)detail >>locations >>
Stata 12 (Stata Corp.)detail >>locations >>
Word 2011 (Microsoft)   [Microsoft Office: Mac 2011]detail >>locations >>

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