Office for Mac 2008–be gone! This week Microsoft announced that a refreshed version of its productivity suite is finally available for Mac OS X users. The most significant update? Microsoft has trashed Entourage and replaced it with the real thing–Outlook! That’s right, full Outlook integration the Mac. Oh happy day. In addition, the new Office will play nice with Office Web Apps and other cloud-based applications; also, new co-authoring tools “let users edit the same Word document or PowerPoint presentation simultaneously with other people in different locations who are using Office on a PC or a Mac” and users can “quickly share their presentations with anyone who has browser access by broadcasting their presentation.” Pretty neat, huh? And it doesn’t end there; the new version packs a whole slew of new features–and not to mention welcome aesthetic tweaks. There are two version of Office for Mac 2001 available today: the Home & Student version ($149.99) and the Home & Business version ($179.99). They both pack Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, and I think you can guess which one includes Outlook.