06-12-2008 06:49 AM
I feel like I'm going to have to say "Duh!" after you answer ...
It looks like there is an Act program for Mac OS X, but I'm having
difficulty finding it in the products or on the Apple site.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
06-12-2008 07:54 AM
06-12-2008 08:58 AM
Thanks for the info. I guess I'll try to find another data organizer then. Unlike a lot of ppl, when I tried loading windows on my mac using boot camp, I ran into trouble and now have to send the mac back to factory for fix.
I think I'd rather keep it clean Mac rather than mix the windows programs. There's a reason for leaving PC's behind ... and I hate to drag any of the problems with me to Mac.
One would think that Sage would get on board with Mac ... or maybe they don't find it attractive for the same reasons virus makers and hackers havn't given Mac that much attention.
Well, I don't know what I'll use yet, but it looks like it's "adios" for ACT!
06-12-2008 01:56 PM
The reason virus makers and hackers haven't given Mac that much attention is that there aren't enough users to make it worth while... so yes, probably the same reason
Other than Bootcamp, it should also run under Parallels on the Mac
03-18-2009 03:16 PM
03-19-2009 04:59 AM
03-19-2009 06:20 AM
I wonder if these ideas might help with the registration?
07-03-2011 11:59 AM
I too have been looking to move to a Mac. The best option seems to be a program called Daylight by MarketCircle. They offer an Act Database migration service to get your act database over to the daylight database format. It's not perfect but you can run cleanly with a new program in the Mac world. Act needs to offer a Mac option. I imagine Sage is starting to feel the squeeze.