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We recently announced a number of additions to Office Web Apps. Many of these additions were a direct result of customer feedback. One of the changes I didn’t mention in the last post was providing some support for indenting the first line of a paragraph in Word Web App.
Before the change, pressing the TAB key did nothing or indented the entire paragraph depending on the position of your cursor. With the change pressing the TAB key does this (without the big red arrow)…
We made this change because you asked for it and this is our way of letting you know that we are really listening. Please keep sending us feedback. The best way to do this is by using the Give Feedback link in the File menu of each web app…
We have received over 24,000 items of feedback from you and we’ve read them all. Keep them coming!
Nick SimonsProgram Manager, Office Web Apps
Great! All of a sudden with the first line indentation, my word document looks much better now!
Great! All of a sudden with the first line indentation, my word document looks much better now.
Now you just need to add editing support for documents with comments!
What about the toolbars I created way back in Office 97 to use on my fiction, or that whatchamacallit, the Quick Access toolbar from Office 2007?
Does Office Web Apps support those? Can I create them on Web Apps, or simply upload my custom template that includes those toolbars?
Because I kind of want to have my carefully chosen buttons available for the same quick access I'm used to offline. Right now I'm using Google Docs for online editing (which doesn't support the toolbars and involves multiple changes in formatting and layout when I need to convert files), but if Office Web Apps supports my toolbars/button layout, I'd convert in a heartbeat.
Does anyone know whether it is possible to extend the Office Web Apps by writing plugins? (I guess not, but does anyone know)..
Can't paste images from clipboard into OneNote web app