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Google releases Chrome Office Viewer extension, will help you avoid those pesky virus-infected Office files
Google just released a new Chrome extension called the Chrome Office Viewer — it of course let’s you open and view Microsoft Office files (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint only) directly in your browser. It sounds like just another way to make things more convenient (and make Chrome OS sound more [...]Read More »
New updates and patches for Windows XP end next year. Will you make the switch to Windows 8? Windows 7, maybe?
Windows XP debuted on October 25, 2001, roughly 11.5 years ago. Since then, XP has gained a large following with a good number of people continuing to use the decade-old operating system. In fact, some estimates suggest as much as 1/3 of Windows users are still on Windows XP with [...]Read More »
Microsoft’s latest version of Office is here, it’s in the cloud, and it costs $100 per year for 5 computers
Microsoft has announced that Office 2013 and Office 365 are now available for purchase on Office.com and in retail stores across 162 countries. When you purchase your copy and unbox it at home, don’t be surprised if you don’t find the usual DVD inside it. It was never there, and [...]Read More »
With today’s built-in redundancy measures, it is much harder to corrupt a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document than it was in the past. However, corruption still happens. What to do when you have a corrupted Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document? If the document is DOCX, XLSX, or PPTX format, then [...]Read More »
There has been a slow but steady stream of leaks and rumors regarding an official Microsoft Office app for the two most popular mobile platforms out there, iOS and Android. In typical corporate style, Microsoft has been very coy about their plans for Office on iOS and Android, never really [...]Read More »
Despite dominating office suites on desktops, Microsoft has yet to move into the realm of office on mobile devices. This may be changing, and this may be changing as soon as this upcoming March.
According to Petr Bobek, product manager at Microsoft’s Czech Republic subsidiary, let it slip at a [...]Read More »
If there is one major complaint against Microsoft Office, it is the lack of tabs, especially among the later versions of the office suite. With all of the major browsers, including Microsoft’s own Internet Explorer, implementing the tabs, it is disappointing to see that Microsoft did not choose to include [...]Read More »
If you are tired of paying hundreds of dollars for Microsoft Office, don’t want a desktop office suite, or don’t like Google Docs then Microsoft Office Web Apps is for you.
What is it and what does it do
With Microsoft Office Web Apps you can use Word, [...]Read More »
Smart Office 2 is a Microsoft Office document manager for your iOS device. It supports all major Microsoft Office document formats since 1997, including the typical doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, and pptx formats. Smart Office 2 doesn’t only allow you to view Office documents like many document manager apps [...]Read More »
There are many office apps on iOS, allowing users to view and edit office documents (DOCs, PPTs, XLSs, etc.), but none of them are official Microsoft Office apps. What would you give to get an official Microsoft Office app on iOS? What if I told you there is mounting evidence [...]Read More »
Microsoft has officially announced the latest iteration of Microsoft Office, Office 2013. And Microsoft has made an Office 2013 Consumer Preview download freely available for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users so you can give Office 2013 a test drive yourself.
Office 2013 is radically redesigned, touch optimized, and comes [...]Read More »
Thinking about shelling out for an ARM-based Windows 8 (otherwise known as Windows RT) tablet? Maybe the Surface variant or a tablet from a different vendor perhaps. Then I’m sure you will be glad to hear Microsoft has officially announced Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 will come preinstalled on [...]Read More »