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Take a look at the new Garage Series episode where hosts Jeremy Chapman and Amanda Lefebvre take a pre-release, first look at the upcoming Office experiences on the Web. They will walk you through real-time co-authoring beyond pure text editing across Word, PowerPoint and at a cell level in Excel, as well as net new capabilities previously only available on the desktop. Watch too as they challenge a local New Orleans band, Remedy Krewe, to compose a blues song real-time as they work together both online and offline.
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You can access and share Office documents with browser-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. Learn some of the basics and the latest features of these free tools. Watch the 30-second trailer below or click "read more" to view the entire webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
Do you have Office documents on your website or blog that you want your readers to view even if they don't have Office installed? Would you rather view a document before downloading it? To give your audience a better experience, try the Office Web Viewer.
If you've been using Office Web Apps for a while, you know that we continually make improvements to them, even since our big update last October. And now that you don't have to sign in, you can try out the 4 latest updates right here, right now.
Now you can share your documents so that others can edit them hassle-free, without signing in to a Microsoft account. This works for all four Office Web Apps: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Read on to start sharing now.
The new Office Web Apps are now live across SkyDrive!
Since first available in 2010, Office Web Apps have ensured that the most common Office tools are always within reach. With just a browser, you can access your documents and communicate and work with anyone, from anywhere. And in this new release you'll see new editing and formatting controls, consistent co-authoring/collaboration support across the web apps and expanded device support, including touch-friendly editing from tablets.
With the new Office, we are making document viewing more touch-friendly in browsers on many popular smartphones. We prioritized such touch-enabled viewing so you can easily access and read Office documents on SkyDrive or Office 365 whether you're using a desktop, tablet, or smartphone browser.
The Office Web Apps continue to provide access to your documents anywhere in a variety of popular browsers.
Today, we are excited to introduce you to viewing and editing documents in the Office Web Apps on tablets using "Touch".
In this blog post, Program Manage Renu Devi, describes the "touch" experience; the design framework that guided development of making the Office Web Apps touchable and responsive to touch; and the technical details that made the editing and viewing tools available in touch-supported browsers.
You can now sign up for a preview of the new Office Web Apps. These free versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote are being upgraded. We'll show you how to sign up and give you a tour of some of the new features. Plus we'll show you the new Outlook.com.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar: