Tuesday, February 12, 2008

'Office 14' to be more Web-friendly, Gates says [ComputerWorld]

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Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates today talked publicly for the first time about the next big Office release, code-named Office 14, which he said will give users new ways to access their applications online.

Microsoft won't provide the full functionality of Office online, but it will offer limited online capability for viewing and editing the data in Office applications. It already does this for its Outlook e-mail client with a product called Outlook Web Access, and it will offer similar capabilities for other applications in Office 14, Gates said in a speech at the Microsoft Office System Developer Conference in San Jose.

'Office 14' to be more Web-friendly, Gates says

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