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Windows Phone includes mobile versions of Word, Excel, OneNote, and PowerPoint. This Office Hub is your home away from your desktop: Start a Word doc or Excel workbook on your phone, then sync it to SkyDrive so you can write or edit some more on your computer later. Let me show you a few things in this short video, including some of the Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” updates and improvements.
Want to learn more? Visit the Windows Phone site. Watch some15-second videos to see Outlook, PowerPoint, and OneNote in action on the phone . Or read David Pogue’s recent review in The New York Times.
Have a Windows Phone? Check out this section on getting started with the Office Hub at Office.com
Please, the phone is called "Windows Phone 7", not "Windows 7 Phone". Please get the name right on the video!
Yes Johannes, I blew it. Now automagically correct. Thanks for the note.
Hmm, features like these look interesting but to be honest I'm not feeling it. Although the Windows phone provides a lot of features I still can't help feeling that I'm missing out on important features. For example; when I need to dial a number I simply unlock my phone, click "keypad" and I can start typing. That is a little bit more difficult on a Windows Phone.
And well, the rest is semantics.. I like the wallpaper on my current phone (well, actually; I have 3, one on each virtual section) and wouldn't really feel comfortable to see all of that replaced by a bunch of tiles, no matter how functional those can be. It would be neat if those were optional. Or would only appear when relevant...
Anyway, enough offtopic blabbering ;-) The video itself is pretty cool, and I really think its impressive to see in which wild directions Office is heading. There's just so much you can do with it.. As I've often said before; its not so much an Office program these days, Office 2010 has truly moved to becoming an Office experience.
IMO of course.
Doug - I really recommend reshooting it - with the right words instead of redubbing (which sucks). Your video actually went a bit viral on twitter - for all the wrong reason. Long Zheng blogged about it here to: www.istartedsomething.com/.../psa-please-get-the-name-of-windows-phone-right - so redubbing it to cover up your mistake will probably just make it worse.