Office 365

What’s new: March 2014

March has been a huge month of announcements and updates for Office 365. OneNote is now available everywhere, free, and ready to capture your ideas and sync them across all your devices. Office 365 for business customers also got a glimpse of the larger vision for Office 365 and how Office 365 will help customers work like a network. Last but certainly not least, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint have…

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Webinar: OneNote for free plus cool new tools

You can now get the full version of OneNote for Windows for free. We’ll show you how OneNote can be your scrapbook for home, work, and school. Plus we’ll dig into the many new tools and apps that just rolled out so you can scan, email, and send the stuff you want to OneNote. Need a sneak peak? Here’s a 30-second trailer. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar How to get OneNote for your…

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Webinar: Introducing OneNote for Mac

Wish fulfilled: OneNote is now available for Mac. If you’re a newbie, we’ll show you why OneNote rocks as we take it for a spin. If you have notebooks on your PC, we’ll show you how to use them on your Mac. Need a sneak peek? Here’s a 30-second trailer. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar Take a look OneNote on a Mac What is OneNote: a quick introduction Using notebooks from your…

Office 365

Announcing Office 365 Personal: A new way to access Office 365!

At last week’s SharePoint Conference, we discussed Office 365 for business investments and got some outstanding feedback from customers. Now it’s time for a few updates for our consumer customers using Office 365 – 3.5 million subscribers and counting. Today I want to announce Office 365 Personal. Coming this Spring, Office 365 Personal is a new, great option for people interested in using Office 365.  It’s designed for an individual, allows…

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Webinar: Working with Office Online and OneDrive

Office Online is more than the new name for the free, browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote that anyone can use on multiple devices. We’ll show you how to collaborate with others in real time and store documents in the cloud (yes, we’ll explain that too) with OneDrive and 7 GB of free storage. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar Create & share docs for free with Office Online Storing docs with…

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OneNote and OneDrive: One happy family

SkyDrive recently announced a name change to OneDrive. We’re excited that OneNote and OneDrive now share a similar name since we also share a similar promise. OneDrive is the one place for all your most important stuff, including photos, videos, and documents, and OneNote is the one place for all your notes. Together, OneNote and OneDrive enable you to access your notes on all your devices. To celebrate and begin…

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Introducing Office Online at Office.com

Today, you’ll notice something new about Office.com and Office Web Apps–now officially called Office Online.  An online version of the Office you know and trust has been available for quite a while, but with today’s updates, we’ve made your Office Online experience easier to find, share and collaborate with others. Sure, some of you are already using the online versions of Office. And with the recent addition of real-time co-authoring…