A support document published by Microsoft, and some Apple Insider testing, shows that while the newer versions of the office productivity suite will mostly work with High Sierra now, the current version does not —and older versions are getting left behind.
In the support document, published shortly after the reveal of High Sierra, Microsoft declares that while the Office 2016 suite of applications from unreleased version 15.35 and later do work, users will still have to endure problems while waiting for a future update.
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Further, I will be adding others that were not part of the original 44, but that are more useful to me in my day-to-day life as an Open XML developer.The same issues manifested in a Mac with High Sierra that was not migrated to APFS, eliminating that as a primary source of the errors and crashing.The latest Office for Mac 2011 from April, version 14.7.3, was examined, and was found to be in a worse state following the High Sierra update.We no longer recommend Access Services for new apps. We will stop creation of new Access-based apps in Share Point Online starting June 2017 and shut down any remaining apps by April 2018.We know that many of you have come to depend on Access custom web apps and we are working to make the transition to Power Apps as smooth as possible.