First look at Microsoft Docs for Facebook

First look at Microsoft Docs for Facebook

Summary: A first-hand look at the Facebook integrated Office Web Aps.

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  • ...once you select your option, Office 2010 will open up automatically (IE8 only at this point, I believe) which lets you edit the document offline, just where you left off.

    For more on this story, visit the iGeneration blog posts here and here.
  • As you can see in this example, I added a read line of text. As soon as I hit save and close Word 2010 and go back to Docs...

    For more on this story, visit the iGeneration blog posts here and here.
  • ...the updated version appears, and the transition is seamless.

    For more on this story, visit the iGeneration blog posts here and here.

Topics: CXO, Collaboration, Microsoft, Software, Social Enterprise

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  • A useful review

    Thanks, that's a useful review of Docs, especially with the screenshots.

    I took the liberty of linking to this in my own humble blog post on the topic:

    http://www.timacheson.com/Blog/2010/apr/ms_office_on_facebook
    Tim Acheson
  • RE: Giving Docs access to Facebook (First look at Microsoft Docs for Facebook)

    Do you know if this will work in offline mode?
    tam8261