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How To Use Microsoft Publisher On Mac With Parallels



How to Use Microsoft Publisher on Mac without Cracking




Microsoft Publisher is a popular desktop publishing software that allows you to create and edit various types of documents, such as flyers, brochures, newsletters, and more. However, Microsoft Publisher is only available for Windows users, and there is no official version for Mac users. So, how can you use Microsoft Publisher on Mac without cracking?




How to Use Microsoft Publisher on Mac with Parallels



One option is to use an alternative software that can open and edit Publisher files on Mac. There are many desktop publishing software for Mac that can do similar or even better things than Microsoft Publisher, such as Adobe InDesign, Swift Publisher, Pages, and more. These software can import and export Publisher files, as well as other formats like PDF, Word, and HTML. You can also use online tools like Zamzar or CloudConvert to convert Publisher files to other formats that can be opened on Mac.


Another option is to run Windows on your Mac and then install Microsoft Publisher on it. This way, you can use Microsoft Publisher on Mac just as if you were using a PC. However, this option requires you to have a valid Windows license and a subscription to Microsoft 365 or Office 2019. You also need to install a virtualization software like Parallels that allows you to run Windows on Mac. Parallels is easy to set up and use, and it lets you switch between macOS and Windows instantly at any time.


Here are the steps to use Microsoft Publisher on Mac with Parallels:


  • Download and install Parallels on your Mac. Parallels is an incredibly useful tool that allows you to run Windows at the same time as macOS. We recommend having at least 30GB of space free on your Mac in order to install Windows on your Mac using Parallels.



  • When you download Parallels, double click on the Parallels installer which will take you through the setup wizard. Since Parallels version 12 and above, it now gives you the option to download and install Windows 10 directly from Microsoft without leaving the Parallels setup wizard. You can also install Windows 11 for free on a Mac too (including on M1 and M2 Macs).



  • Once Windows is installed on your Mac, you can sign in with your Microsoft account and activate your Windows license.



  • Next, you need to install Microsoft Publisher on your Mac. You can do this by subscribing to Microsoft 365 or buying Office 2019 from Microsofts website. You will get access to all the Office applications, including Publisher.



  • Go to Start > All Apps in Windows and select Publisher. When you open an Office application for the first time, youll be prompted to accept that it will be updated automatically by Microsoft. Just click Accept to launch Publisher.



  • Youre done! You can now use Microsoft Publisher on your Mac just as if you were using a PC.



In conclusion, there are two ways to use Microsoft Publisher on Mac without cracking: using an alternative software that can open and edit Publisher files on Mac, or running Windows on your Mac and then installing Microsoft Publisher on it. Both options have their pros and cons, so you can choose the one that suits your needs and preferences best. 04f6b60f66


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