The software maker says that its browser-based Office Web Apps are now available in the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland.
Microsoft has started limited internal testing of the browser-based versions of Excel, PowerPoint, and Word, but the rest of us will have to bide our time until next year.
On Microsoft's Channel 10 site, a blogger notes that the forthcoming Office Web Applications will take the productivity software to places its never been, such as the iPhone and Linux.
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Microsoft is expanding a beta test program for Office Live Workspace, the company's answer to free services from Google and others.
The software giant launches new Web-based productivity services, designed to appeal to companies that can't afford the cost or complexity of comparable server-based products.
Like I was sayin' (about Web-based office apps)...
Web-based office apps
Microsoft's free, Web-based version of Office is headed to every market by next month, the company says.
Microsoft has released a very early version of its Web-based Office Suite. It looks and feels a lot like the desktop app, which is good, but the sharing functions are awful.