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Dropbox adds real time file co-editing in Office Online

Dropbox adds real time file co-editing in Office Online

Dropbox has announced that under its partnership with Microsoft, it has added a pair of new integrations with Office Online and Outlook.com, expanding both services’ usefulness for subscribers. Subscribers can now co-edit files — that is, make changes to the same file at the same time, and see what the other is doing in real time. In addition, Outlook.com users can send documents directly to Dropbox.

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Harman and Microsoft are bringing Office to your car’s infotainment system

Harman and Microsoft are bringing Office to your car’s infotainment system

One of the clearest trends at CES 2016 so far is that vehicle infotainment systems are the "new big thing," and because they are basically OS platforms for cars, it's time they run Microsoft Office. That may sound like a joke, but it's what Harman is actually working on, with help from Microsoft. Harman's vision is to allow drivers to use the Cortana voice assistant to do things like schedule meetings, join conference calls, and respond to emails.

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OneNote, FiftyThree partner to add Pencil and Paper support

OneNote, FiftyThree partner to add Pencil and Paper support

Digital handwriting has come a long way over the years, and a new feature coming to OneNote called Ink Shape Recognition will further refine that; this new feature will recognize and refine the shapes one writes into perfect shapes. A scraggly looking hand-drawn circle, for example, will automatically transform into a perfect circle. In addition, Microsoft has announced that OneNote and FiftyThree have partnered to bring the latter company’s Pencil and Paper products to OneNote on iPad.

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Microsoft, ASUS patent pact means more smartphone bloatware

Microsoft, ASUS patent pact means more smartphone bloatware

Microsoft's new mission seems to be to embrace its former enemies, from writing a Linux-based system, to coddling Android users, to catering to Apple fans. Of course, in most cases, it isn't doing so for free. Microsoft may be backing down on some of its patent lawsuits against Android, but in some cases it comes with a price more than just monetary settlement. "Expanding" on a patent licensing accord that the two earlier made, ASUS has agreed to, among other things, pre-install Microsoft's Office apps on its Android devices.

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iPad Pro version of Office will require 365 subscription

iPad Pro version of Office will require 365 subscription

The recently announced iPad Pro is certainly poised to offer the perfect combination of portability and heavy-duty multi-tasking computing, but for any users planning to make the mobile versions of Microsoft's Office their apps of choice, there's going to be an extra cost. Microsoft has said that in order to use the Office apps on the iPad Pro, users will need to be subscribers to Office 365, even for simple tasks like viewing or editing documents.

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Office 2016 for Windows is now available for your productivity needs

Office 2016 for Windows is now available for your productivity needs

Today marks the release of Microsoft's Office 2016 suite of productivity apps for Windows 10. Having long been in development, and seen in several preview forms over the last few months, this final release introduces several features focusing on collaboration. There are also several different ways to buy, either via Office 365 subscriptions, such as Personal for $6.99 per month and Home for $9.99 per month, or via one-time purchase, with Office Home & Student priced at $149 and Office Home & Business at $229.

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Microsoft Office 2016 hits Windows 10 on September 22

Microsoft Office 2016 hits Windows 10 on September 22

Spreadsheet, word processor, and slideshow enthusiasts can now rejoice! Microsoft has announced that Office 2016 is officially coming to Windows on September 22nd, less than two weeks away. Office 2016 is the first version of the productivity software suite that was built for the new Windows 10 OS, and it brings several new features that users have been wanting for some time. Users have been able to try out the software since May via the public preview program, but it finally time to see the full release.

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Google Drive plugs in to Microsoft Office to sidestep OneDrive

Google Drive plugs in to Microsoft Office to sidestep OneDrive

This morning Microsoft Office has released an update with a new Google Drive plugin. This update allows users to use Office for Windows to open Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents stored in Google Drive on the web, straight from the cloud, edit them, then save them back to Drive (in the cloud) when they're done. This is a strange move from Microsoft* since they've recently called Google out as having inferior technology on the office front. Between Google Apps and Microsoft Office there's a war going on in an to control the digital business-place across the planet.

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Office 2016 for Mac released for cloud users only

Office 2016 for Mac released for cloud users only

This week the folks at Microsoft have released the full version of Office for Mac 2016. This is a release that was preceded by an Office for Mac 2016 "Preview" edition, today coming as an official public build. This software requires that the user have an Office 365 subscription in order to download and work. It should be made obvious that this is a truly cloud-aimed sort of work environment, but you will be able to edit documents on your computer at home with ease.

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Microsoft Office 2016 preview arrives for Windows 10

Microsoft Office 2016 preview arrives for Windows 10

Those in the Windows Insider program just recently received an email update, and nestled within it is a little tidbit of info: the Microsoft Office 2016 preview is now available for installing on Windows 10, letting those testing the newest version of the operating system see how the upcoming Office edition runs. The Office 2016 preview arrived this past May, and just a few days ago Microsoft announced a second update to it, adding in improvements and other goodies.

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