Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using Office Web
Outlook’s junk e-mail filter,” to display the Junk E-mail Options dialog box.
Then follow these steps:
1. In the Junk E-mail Options dialog box (refer to Figure 19-5), click the
Blocked Senders tab.
The Blocked Senders tab of the Junk E-mail Options dialog box appears.
2. Click the Add button.
The Add Address or Domain dialog box appears.
3. Type an e-mail address or domain name and then click OK.
The Options dialog box appears again.
4. Click OK until all the dialog boxes disappear.
Using Office Web
Office 2010 gobbles up a huge chunk of hard drive space and bombards you
with waves of features that you’ll probably never need (or use) in a million
years. In case you want to use Microsoft Office but find it too complicated,
try the free Office Web version instead.
Office Web provides simplified versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
that you use over the Internet. As long as you have an Internet connection, a
browser, and a free Windows Live account, you can use Office Web to create,
edit, and share files with others.
Perhaps the greatest advantage of Office Web is that multiple people can
collaborate on a single document from anywhere in the world. Instead of
swapping files back and forth (and risk losing track which file might be the latest
one), Office Web lets you store a single copy of your document online for
everyone to access.
Of course, the biggest drawback of Office Web is that you need an Internet
connection to use it. However, as Internet access becomes cheaper and more
accessible, this disadvantage shouldn’t be a problem for most people.
Even better, anyone with a browser can use Office Web, including Windows,
Mac OS X, and Linux users. Office Web is basically Microsoft’s answer to
Google Docs, so if the idea of using a word processor, spreadsheet, or
presentation program over the Internet appeals to you, then give Office Web a try.