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The real Office Web Apps: SharePoint style

A look at the (will be) widely available paid-for version of Office Web Apps.
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Office Web Apps uses SharePoint Server 2010 running on Windows Server 2008 R2 (all 64-bit editions and software)
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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This is where your documents sit, lie, and relax when they're not being used, all saved in a shared storage interface.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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You can easily upload one single document or multiple documents from one window.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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Different views allow you to view different properties.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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RSS feeds enable you to subscribe to the latest updates of files being created and modified from the shared workspace.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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Uploading documents is a piece of cake; allowing you to modify permissions, copies and workflows including alerts as to when they're edited.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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Alerts keep you up to date through email and other means (text messaging) to ensure you are notified when items you've created and uploaded are modifed further.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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Documents can be downloaded as easily as they are uploaded.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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Keywords keeps tagging in order, as well as the properties allowing you to maintain name cleanliness.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.
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Even with this slick interface, right-click menu's have been added to ensure you get a full "Windows" experience, even if you're not on Windows.
To read more about Office 2010 and Office Web Apps, you can find more on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.

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