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Office Store investments bring new opportunities to developers

With the continuing momentum of the Office Store, we are delighted to share that starting this spring we’ll begin supporting Chinese, Russian, Dutch, Brazilian (Portuguese) and Italian language apps alongside the opening of 8 additional store fronts (Russia, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Brazil). Additionally, based on partner feedback, we are excited to announce that we’ll be adding subscription pricing for apps in the Office Store allowing developers…

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What’s New: September 2013

See what is new with Office 365 in September.  For all those students and note-takers, there are updates to OneNote across devices. Other highlights this month include SharePoint limit increases that make it easier to share large files (2 GBs) and recover previous versions of documents.  You can also now start Yammer conversations about a specific document from within SkyDrive Pro and SharePoint.  Let us know your favorite new feature in…

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Power Map for Excel earns new name with significant updates to 3D visualizations and storytelling

We are announcing a significant update to Power Map Preview for Excel (formerly Project codename “GeoFlow” Preview for Excel) on the Microsoft Download Center. The new capabilities include an improved getting started experience, regions visualization, flat map, and create video tour. Power Map is a part of Microsoft Power BI in Excel and supplements the visualizations of Power View for Excel.

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Excel Web – What’s in Our Pipeline and Why?

Greetings again. A little while ago, I was excited to share with you the new functionality that we made available to all Excel Web users on SkyDrive and Office365. This is part of our commitment to make the Office Web Applications a comprehensive productivity experience (not just a companion to the desktop applications), allowing you to create polished Office documents from start to finish, all from the web. Today, I’m excited…

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What’s new: August 2013

As summer winds down and the busy fall approaches, you’ll need even more help staying productive, and recent changes in Office 365 give you just that. Office 365 for business users will appreciate a number of improvements. Their data storage across services greatly increased-to 50 GB for email and 25 GB for documents-at no additional cost. Lync 2013 mobile apps for iPhone and Windows Phone got new meeting features. And…