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  • Blog Post: How to get Office Web Apps on Windows Live

    Now that the Beta of Office 2010 is publicly available, anyone can try the Office Web Apps on Windows Live as follows : 1) Download the Office 2010 beta , installing it onto your PC 2) Save a document to SkyDrive from Office 2010 : Open or create a document in Word, Excel or PowerPoint...
  • Blog Post: Office 2010 Beta

    The Beta for Office 2010 was made available for download on 18th November 2009. Get it here : http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspx There’s also a comprehensive website, called http://www.office2010themovie.com/ , which is designed to share thoughts about Office 2010 in the pre-release...
  • Blog Post: Run a PowerPoint presentation from a netbook without Office installed

    With thousands of people around the globe testing the Office Web Apps, some of the uses to which they’re being put are starting to emerge. I particularly liked this story about a PowerPoint presentation, made to a University class, from a basic netbook that didn’t have Microsoft Office installed at all...
  • Blog Post: Office Web Applications

    The Technical Preview of Office Web Applications has just been added to a select group of Skydrive users around the world. Check out the video below to learn more about what’s coming with the Word Web App, Excel Web App, PowerPoint Web App and OneNote Web App : ";" galleryimg="no"> There...
  • Blog Post: Office Web Apps – the three tenets driving design and engineering

    There’s been quite a bit written about Microsoft’s plans to offer its core Office applications as ‘Web Apps’ A new blog has just been started this month, giving some useful information on how the Web Apps are being developed and what the guiding principles are for their design. The three building...
  • Blog Post: Office Web Applications revealed in Office 2010 Technical Preview at PDC

    ";" galleryimg="no"> With Microsoft Office being used worldwide by in excess of 500 million active users each day, its fair to say that it is one of the most popular pieces of software in existence. So where does Microsoft go next ? How do you improve on something that is already an amazing...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft seeks a name for its new Office Web Apps suite

    According to this blog entry by respected writer Mary-Jo Foley, there’s a survey doing the rounds soliciting feedback on some proposed names for the new Office Web Applications – that’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote delivered in the browser. I can’t comment on the accuracy of the article, primarily...
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