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Microsoft adds new printing, charting features to Office Web Apps
Microsoft has added some of missing and requested features to its Webified version of Office, known as Office Web Apps.
Office Web Apps is a bundle of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote that is designed as a complement to Microsoft Office. Web Apps provide user with a way to to view, edit, and share files right from a Web browser (Internet Explorer 7 or later for Windows; Safari 4 or later for Mac; and Firefox 3.5 or later for Windows, Mac, or Linux).There is a free and ad-supported consumer version of Web Apps — which users can access via their Windows Live SkyDrive and/or Hotmail — and two paid, SharePoint-centric business versions (one of which is hosted by Microsoft and one hosted by the customers or partners).
Among the new Office Web Apps updates, detailed on the Office Engineering blog and rolled out on August 24:
Microsoft adds new printing, charting features to Office Web Apps | ZDNet
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