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It seems too good to be true, but you can use the Office Web Apps with just about any version of Office, or none at all. And to add to the goodness, the Web Apps don't cost a dime. Like peanut butter and jelly, though, the Office Web Apps are better with Office, in particular Office 2010, so you'll have a better experience when you combine the two.
Web Apps integration is built right into Office 2010, you can save your documents directly to SkyDrive from Office and you can access documents stored on SkyDrive from Office 2010 too. To save to SkyDrive, click the File tab in your Office document, click Save & Send, select Save to Web, and then sign in and save the document to the folder you want.
If you want to see how Office 2010 works with the Web Apps but don't have it yet, try Office 2010 for free.
If you have an earlier version of Office, you can upload files to SkyDrive from your PC by clicking the Add files button in SkyDrive.
If you don't have Office, you can still view Office docs using the Web Apps, and you can create and edit Office docs online. The Web Apps are also a great solution if you're collaborating with someone who doesn't have Office. They can still view and edit your documents online without having Office installed.
Web Apps don't have the full functionality of the desktop version of Office, so Office does remain the best choice for creating and editing rich documents. Use the Web Apps for that sweet spot of viewing, sharing, collaborating, and lightweight editing. Try them out and let us know what you think!
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I believe that this is one of the must have features of Office apps. Not having Save to the web folder using a natural user interface of Office application is just unforgiveable.
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ANY Office? Including Word 5.0 for Mac?
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Does office webapp support ODBC or JDBC connection to remote database?
How soon can we use it on an (ahem) iPad?
Is this accessible from Documents To Go (DataViz) on either Android or I-Pad tablets? If so, do tell! If not, why not? If not, when?
No Access app? I would have to export every dbf to excel! Too much trouble.
I think is too risky. If web connection is off I can not get my informations. I prefer a Pendrive with myself.
When will OneNote recognize ink and tables? It's time for that to happen. I use a lot of digital ink and it's no fun when you can't see your stuff online.
Office is one thing that Microsoft does extremely well. There are no competitors. I just recently found Web Apps and started using it almost exclusively. I absolutely love the way I can easily access my documents from anywhere with an internet connection.
I recently got my 386 pc running windows 3.11 hooked up to the internet. It has office 4.2 installed. Can it work with the web apps?
What features can and cannot be used in an Execl web app. For instance can I add a sheet in excel while the doc is being shared online.
Hi , I uploaded some excel sheets and have 2007 office on my computer ., But I can't edit files , I can view only , Is there any solution to this .
R S RANA
Are the files saved on the web secure? Can you save the files to hard drive and open from your hard drive each instead of saving to web?