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Microsoft Says Over 1 Billion Documents On SkyDrive, and Announces Share and Edit Office Web Apps Without An Account

     

engine

3:43 pm on Feb 8, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I haven't yet had the opportunity of testing the new service.

Anyone here tried it?

Last week Office 365 Home Premium launched and we’ve seen a lot of enthusiasm over the seamless integration of SkyDrive for saving and sharing your docs. Recently we reached a big milestone; our customers are now storing over a billion Office documents on SkyDrive! Microsoft Says Over 1 Billion Documents On SkyDrive, and Announces Share and Edit Office Web Apps Without An Account [blogs.windows.com]
For those of you who have tried the new Office, you’ll know we made it easy to quickly save your documents to SkyDrive and get a link to share with others—earlier today we made it even easier for people to share and edit documents in the Office Web Apps by not requiring them to sign in with their Microsoft account.

bill

4:35 am on Feb 12, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Dropping the requirement for a Microsoft Account can only make this service easier to use.

I'm still debating which version of Office 2013 to get. However, the Save to SkyDrive option has been available in Office 2010 for a while now. I must admit that I haven't used it for much other than OneNote syncing.
 

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