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Office 2010 introduces Office Web Apps

Microsoft has revealed its latest version of Office and the new software appears to mark a foray into the online market. The most significant new feature, Office Web Apps, offers users the ability to access and edit their documents online. Designed to work with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, Office Web Apps will allow users to work on and share documents from any location.

While the programs offered are lighter versions than those in the traditional desktop Office software, Microsoft will offer them for free as part of Office 2010. The new Office Mobile feature will also allow customers to use Office 2010 tools on their mobile phone using an interface optimised for the smaller screen.

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