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Microsoft Office on the iPad now available

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Yesterday there was some exiting news: Microsoft released Office for the iPad! You can now use your well known Office suite on your mobile Apple device. You can download the apps from the Apple AppStore. For using Office on the iPad a Office 365 subscription is necessary. But with the subscription you can’t only use Office on the tablet, you can also use it on up to 5 devices in total including PC’s and Mac’s. By the way, like Office Mobile for Windows Phone, the Android phones and iPhone version is free!

Check the following blog article for more details.

Link: http://blogs.office.com/2014/03/27/announcing-the-office-you-love-now-on-the-ipad/#.UzRk34SbTEI.twitter

Written by Christoph Harding

March 28th, 2014 at 9:28 am

Great new app: Office Lens for Windows Phone

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Office Lens

Microsoft has published a very useful new tool for Windows Phone. With Office Lens you can trim and enhance pictures of whiteboards and documents taken with your mobile and save them to OneNote. Actually it is similar to a scanner but you have it in your pocket. Here’s an example of what the app does.

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Image source: Microsoft

If you want to learn more about the app please follow the link or just search for the app on your Windows Phone.

Link: Windows Phone Website

Written by Christoph Harding

March 17th, 2014 at 10:55 pm

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ThinApp Microsoft Visio and Project 2010 while locally installed Microsoft Office 2010

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Great technical article on how to run Visio and Project as ThinApp application next to local installed Microsoft Office 2010.

While many are virtualizing Microsoft Office 2010 during a Proof Of Concept (POC) most companies decide to install Microsoft Office natively rather than virtualizing it. Both packaging method are valid but many times it’s easier and more efficient to have Office locally installed. That said, virtualizing Microsoft Visio and Project is a whole different ballgame. Virtualizing Visio/Project makes very much sense in many designs. There are quite a few KB articles and blog posts out there covering Office 2010 and it’s components. But so far I’ve yet to see a complete list of what is needed in order to build a Visio/Project package and have it coexist and to a certain degree integrate with native Office. So I started to collect all data I found on Internet. I ended up adding a couple thinks myself as well.

Link: http://blogs.vmware.com/thinapp/2013/02/thinapp-microsoft-visio-and-project-2010-while-locally-installed-microsoft-office-2010.html

Written by Christoph Harding

February 8th, 2013 at 11:03 am

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