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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Microsoft Office On The Web Available For Public Trial

Microsoft it has made available for worldwide public testing a hosted version of its widely used Microsoft Office productivity software.

As part of the trial, users can access an English-language beta version of Microsoft Office Live Workspace, as the offering is called, from the company's Web site at no charge.

Office Live Workspace lets users store and access Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other Office applications on the Web through any computer with an Internet connection even if the PC isn't running Office on its hard drive.

Office Live could also eliminate the insecure practice, often used by executives on the go of downloading files to a public computer. Office Live users can store more than 1,000 documents on the service and also grant access authorization to their files to business colleagues and other third parties.

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