Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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14 Sharing and coauthoring in Word
14
Sharing and
coauthoring
in Word
In this section:
An increasingly important way of working in Microsoft Word documents
Exploring Word Web App
is collaboration or simultaneous coauthoring. Unlike older versions of
the program, Word 2013 makes it possible for multiple users to open the
same document file and edit at the same time. You and your coauthors can
see one another’s changes, make and reply to comments, and discuss what
you’re doing in real time.
Sharing with SkyDrive
Working with coauthors
Talking to your coauthors
Blogging with Word
A companion to the desktop version of Word 2013, Microsoft Word Web
App, runs in a web browser. With Word Web App, you can read and edit
documents from any computer—even one on which Microsoft Office
is not installed. When you’re on the go with a laptop, or using a public
workstation, you can see your documents and participate in coauthoring
sessions.
Presenting a document online
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