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January 20, 2015 By AOXUE.studio

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June 13, 2011 by

Bugs dog Office 365 as it nears launch

Users of the Microsoft Office 365 beta have been reporting problems which prevent them from using some features of the software and put them off sticking with the online suite when it exits beta status in late June, according to posts on the Office 365 support forum.Office 365 is Microsoft's cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) version of its popular desktop package of office applications and includes web versions of products like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Lync.

January 14, 2010 by

Microsoft further expands its Multipoint brand with new collaboration tools

Microsoft has updated the software development kit (SDK) for MultiPoint Mouse, a technology for creating applications that allow multiple students use their own mice to interact on the same PC. Meanwhile, Microsoft has fielded a public beta of Mouse Mischief, a Microsoft application for building PowerPoint apps that builds on top of the SDK.

July 14, 2009 by

Office 2010 to hit networks and the web in style

The Office 2010 web applications throw online productivity into a new dimension by porting four of the most popular (and most useful) Office applications onto the web: Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote.The online office-suite business - business, if you can call it that, since the main online office suites available are free - has been gaining strength from strength, with Google Docs now facing potential fall as Office moves to the web.

January 10, 2015 By AOXUE.studio

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October 28, 2008 by

Full Office functionality coming soon to the iPhone

Applications for the Apple iPhone continue to be released at a rapid pace and it looks like DataViz may be the first to launch with a full Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) suite in its Documents To Go application. Evernote also continues to be updated and now supports offline note creation and storage for those times when you do not have a wireless connection available.

October 28, 2008 by

Online Office: Microsoft keeps promising while Google delivers

No one really expected Microsoft to completely abandon the idea of desktop software, did they? Today, at the Professional Developers Conference, the company announced that it will be rolling out “Office Web applications,” basically calling it “lightweight versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

November 16, 2014 By Newera

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September 18, 2008 by

Celio Redfly - access virtualization using smartphones

Celio Corp has a different take on how to offer mobile staff access to applications and data, one that is based upon making use of the power of Windows Mobile-based Smartphones. This way mobile staff members can access pocket office (Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint) using a much larger screen and keyboard.

July 20, 2007 by

Edit and create Word and Excel docs on S60 devices with OfficeSuite 4

Nokia markets their Nseries mobile devices as "multimedia computers" and for the most part they do serve as excellent audio and video platforms. The Nseries also comes loaded with other productivity applications, like thw QuickOffice viewer application. Their Eseries line is targeted towards the enterprise user and comes loaded with the full version of QuickOffice that lets you view and edit documents. You can also upgrade the view-only version to an editable version and I'll be posting some thoughts on the latest and greatest version in a week or two. One great thing about the Palm, Windows Mobile, and S60 platforms is the number of 3rd party applications that address all your specific needs and competition in the 3rd party application market drives innovation. The biggest competitor to QuickOffice is MobiSystems OfficeSuite and I had a chance to load version 4, which adds PowerPoint viewing capability, onto a Nokia N95 and take it for a test drive.

May 2, 2007 by

First look: Mindjet MindManager 7

Mindjet announced yesterday that MindManager 7 will be released on May 30. I've been using the pre-release version for a couple of weeks and have have found it very easy to use and stable enough, even in pre-release form, that it’s replaced version 6 on both my Tablet PC and my Mac. Chuck Frey has a very thorough first look on his Mind Mapping Software Weblog and you’ll undoubtedly be reading quite a bit about this new release in the coming weeks. One big reason why I think that’s so is that Mindjet is the first company to develop a product using the same user interface featured in the core Office 2007 applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).

September 12, 2006 by

Microsoft unveils the Quick Customize menu in Office 2007

Jensen Harris, Microsoft's prominent UI blogger, announced a new enhancement to the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) in Office 2007 called the Quick Customize menu. This new drop-down menu contains one-click links to add the most commonly-used commands in each of the ribbon-enabled Office 2007 applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and parts of Outlook) to the QAT.

June 1, 2005 by

Office 12 defaulting to .XML file format

Chris Capossela, who runs product management for the Office family of products, dropped by to see me to dribble out more details about the next version of Microsoft Office (currently dubbed "12"), which is due in the second half of 2006. The important revelation, which was expected, is that some Office 12 applications (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) will use Office Open XML as the default file format.

October 23, 2002 by

Microsoft Works Suite 2003

Works Suite 2003 is a true bargain. It's the best ‘at-home’ or ‘at-school’ productivity suite -- as long as you can do without Excel and PowerPoint -- and it costs half as much as Office XP.

August 12, 2002 by

RIM's BlackBerry to grow more apps

Research In Motion announced on Monday that it will expand the number of applications that can be used on BlackBerry devices. The Waterloo, Ontario-based company will begin trials this summer of an attachment-viewing application that will allow subscribers to view Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Word Perfect, PDF, HTML and ASCII files on their BlackBerry devices.


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