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Office 14 Web Applications

A quick close-up look at the Office Web Applications which are set to be released along with Office 14, extending the office suite into an advanced version of Office Live Workspaces.
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Office Word being displayed in "View only" mode in Internet Explorer.

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Tables, watermark and all features within the document are perfectly compatible with Office Web Word.

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It works like a dream in other browsers like Firefox. Nice to see Microsoft being a little more generous in their offerings.

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The user interface is very much like Office now, but tweaked and limited to run well in the cloud.

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The web version of OneNote in action.

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Office Web Applications will work on the iPhone as well as Windows Mobile, allowing you to work anywhere and everywhere.

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Office Live Workspaces is enhanced with Office Web Applications, integrating a web-version of Excel in your browser. It's easy to switch from online to offline working.

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Embedding and publishing documents will be made so much easier with Office in the cloud.

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