Similar to the way you can view PDF files in Chrome, what if you had the capability of viewing Office documents too from the Web right in your browser? Chromebook users certainly have an upper-hand in this regard. They can open [...]
Microsoft has not provided any Office solution for iOS and Android, as well. iPad severely needs Office support. Microsoft is planning to launch Office Suite for iPad in the upcoming year, but till then users have to rely on third-party [...]
Microsoft Office has always been the first choice of Windows users. But there are many who may are on the lookout for a free office alternative. We have already covered many free Microsoft Office alternatives such as, Kingsoft Office Libre [...]
One of the best free alternatives to Microsoft Office is the Office Web Apps from Microsoft itself. You can create, access and edit files using the cloud apps designed for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Among other alternatives to Microsoft [...]
Kingsoft Office 2012 is a free office productivity suite that can be used at home as well as work to perform your daily documentation work. The tool is extremely easy to use and allows creating, viewing, editing and sharing of the documents. [...]
While looking around Microsoft Word the other day I came across a nice feature that I hadn’t heard of and searching the internet I didn’t find any useful information at all: Write your blog post in Word 2010 and post [...]
I have seen a lot of questions in several forums regarding the same problem. All of sudden you’ll find a Mysterious Q drive under your “Computer” when you click on it will give you “Access Denied” error message. This happens [...]
Microsoft has released a new Urdu Language Interface Pack, for Microsoft Office 2010. The Urdu Language Interface Pack can be downloaded for free and installed on top of an existing Office 2010 installation. The LIP also includes a spell checker.
Bet you’ve never seen an MSDN blog like this one ! Office OFFline is a comic/blog (“clog?”) about technology and personal computers. The comic strips are created with Microsoft Office Visio 2007 and regularly features wry observations about Microsoft products.