Chapter 7. Editing Documents with Office Online

Office Online is the name Microsoft uses for the limited versions of the Office apps that you can use online, with nothing more than a browser. Office Online is free for everyone. Even without an Office 365 subscription, you can use the Office Online apps to create, view, save, and print Office documents and then save them in a free (though limited) amount of OneDrive storage. These features make Office Online very similar to other productivity suites available through browsers, such as Google Drive (https://drive.google.com) and Zoho Office (www.zoho.com). When you add a subscription to Office 365 to the mix, you get additional OneDrive storage and access to the desktop and tablet versions of Office ...

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