Integrating Office Web Apps


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Integrating Office Web Apps

One very common add-on that your system administrator may well have installed is something called the Office Web Apps. These are web-based versions of four of the Microsoft Office programs. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. If Office Web Apps is installed, then you can go into a Document Library and quickly browse and even edit documents without opening the actual Office program. I can take a simple Word document like this, just select it, and it's actually opening directly up in the browser.

I can see this headline here saying Microsoft Word Web App in the center. This would allow me to take a look at this document and even click the buttons saying Edit in Browser. Directly opening this up in the Microsoft Word Web App, where it is editable content. When you're editing in the web application version of the Office programs, you'll notice that you don't have the fully featured Ribbon that you might have in the application itself. You should regard the Web Apps as being a...

Integrating Office Web Apps
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Integrating Office Web Apps provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Simon Allardice as part of the SharePoint 2010 New Features

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