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During today’s Professional Development Conference keynote, Ray Ozzie made an exciting announcement about a new way to view, edit, and collaborate with Excel. If you weren’t able to watch the keynote, feel free to check out the following links: PDC Keynote Video, Official MS Press Release, and Channel 9 Video.
In case you’re in a hurry, here’s the bottom line:
I know, I know: “Thanks for the teaser; where’s the app?”
While we will have a limited technical preview later this year, we won’t have a broadly public release for awhile. As soon as I can share a date, and, more importantly, a way to sign up for the public release, I will post it here.
So how many features in the desktop client will be missing from the online applet?
Looking at a screenshot of the Excel Web application, it's unfortunate to see that data bars haven't improved over Excel 2007.
One main thing corporations have in Excel is macros, for almost every third excel i open at work has a macro to do something. So will Excel Web App will have support for macros too?
Harlan, Colin, mvadu:
Thanks for your interest in the Excel Web Application. At present, we aren't discussing any further details of the Office Web Applications. Stay tuned, when we go public with more details, this blog site will be the place to learn about all of capabilities of the Excel Web Applications.
I'm looking forward to the extended range names which will I'm sure will go to 4th dimension
or whatever nomenclature that they can come up with
I know, It won't happen...