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Sharing and Collaborating on Office Files
Sharing and Collaborating on Office Files
As in previous versions, Office 2010 includes a full set of features designed to help you
collaborate with other people on documents, workbooks, presentations, and notebooks. Some
collaboration features are self-contained; in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, for example, you
can embed comments and track revisions within a saved file and then share that file via
e-mail.
But most of the Office 2010 applications also permit real-time collaboration using files
stored on the free Windows Live SkyDrive service or on a corporate SharePoint server. In
fact, all of the document-centric programs in Office 2010—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and
OneNote (but not Outlook)—allow you to view and edit documents from a browser by
using Office Web Apps. You’ll find more details about these tools and techniques in the
final three chapters of this topic, which collectively make up the “Sharing and
Collaboration” section.
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