Archive for Office WebApps

Updates to Web Apps Brings New Features to Excel & PowerPoint Online

by May 16, 2011

With online office programs, such as Google Apps, becoming more popular, it’s getting harder and harder for Microsoft to compete. On June 7, 2010 Microsoft entered the online office program playing field with their new set of apps, called Web Apps which included Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. A few months ago they made Web…Continue Reading

Office 2010 and Office Web Apps Compared

Jun 15, 2010 5 Comments

Microsoft today debuts Office 2010 along with the much anticipated Office Web Apps. Office Web Apps is essentially an online version of Microsoft’s most popular products; Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. The online versions of these products are free to anyone with a Live/Hotmail account and will allow you to create, edit, open, and save…Continue Reading

Office 2010 RTM Available on TechNet and MSDN Now

Apr 22, 2010 1 Comment

It’s about time! I’ve been checking my MSDN and TechNet accounts for the Office 2010 RTM files to be posted all day…at around 6:30PM EST I noticed that the New Downloads section listed Office 2010 and Office Web Apps 2010 (screenshot below). The Office 2010 64-bit executable is named en_office_professional_plus_2010_x64_515489.exe, the 32-bit is en_office_professional_plus_2010_x86_515486.exe. So…Continue Reading

How to Save Office 2010 Files Directly to SkyDrive

Apr 09, 2010 1 Comment

Wouldn’t you like to be able to access all of your Word Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets, and even your Notes on the Go? Well, if you use Office 2010 and your Windows Live SkyDrive you’ll have your files securely stored online so that you can access them from anywhere. Gone are the days of additional plug-ins…Continue Reading

How to Create a New Office File Using SkyDrive

Apr 09, 2010 No Comments

Pretty soon everyone with a SkyDrive account will be able to create and edit Excel spreadsheets, Word Documents, PowerPoint Presentations, and even their OneNote notes online. So…how exactly do you create these files using SkyDrive? Well, follow the instructions below. Before we get started, you first need to have a SkyDrive account, which you can…Continue Reading