After launching Office for iPad, Microsoft has now brought its productivity suite to the Chrome Web Store. People using the Chrome browser or using a device running Chrome OS can now launch Word, Excel and PowerPoint after adding the app to their system. Also, Microsoft has updated the three apps with new features. It is now easier to add footnotes and lists to Word documents. Excel allows users to add comments. OneNote Online gains support for printing and PowerPoint now accurately previews text.
Remember, to unlock all the features, an active Office 365 subscription is required.
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