Microsoft’s Office Web Apps Are Open for Business

Microsoft’s Office Web Apps Are Open for Business

technologizer.com
Microsoft has announced that the consumer versions of its new Office Web Apps–browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote–are now available to anyone who cares to check them out. They’re headquarted at office.live.com, and you need a Live ID to access them. I wrote about the Office Web Apps...
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