Microsoft Office 3.0 was the first version of Office for Windows and was released in 1993.Office 4.0 and 4.3 followed in 1994. Office 4.0 contained Word 6.0, Excel 5.0 and PowerPoint 4.0. Word 6.0 of course followed on from Word 2.0, so good to see that we’ve always been good at getting the numbers right…Office 95 – the first copy of Office that was 32-bitOffice 97 – a major milestone release – it included the red and green squiggley underlines for spelling and grammar checking.As we move through the different versions of Office, we also added new Applications and services.SharePoint joined us in 2001, became part of the Office system in 2003.Exchange 4.0 launched in 1996 (We had Microsoft Mail 3.5 before that)Visio joined the Office family in 2000, OneNote in 2003 and Groove in 2007.We have OfficeOnline one of the most visited websites in the world and more recently we’ve had OfficeLive Workspace as a way to extend Office into the cloud to store and share documents.All of that is simply a way of saying that Productivity is part of Microsoft’s DNA, we’ve been doing it a long time, it’s changed a lot and Office 14 is the next step in the evolution.We have performance point server 2007.
Transcript of "Microsoft Office Web Applications"
Discovering Office Web Applications<br />IW112<br />Alex Pearce<br />
Alex Pearce, SharePoint MVP <br />Redstone I4E<br />www.learninggateway.net/blogs/ajp<br />email@example.com<br />Twitter: @alex_pearce<br />Founder of the Learning Gateway User Group and co-founder of the Learning Gateway Conference<br />
Agenda<br />What are Web Apps<br />Sky Drive<br />SharePoint 2010<br />Word<br />Excel<br />PowerPoint<br />OneNote<br />PowerPoint Broadcasting<br />
PowerPoint Broadcasting<br />Available over the Web<br />Available through a Site Collection in SharePoint 2010<br />Site Collection created in Central Admin<br />Broadcast from your PowerPoint client<br />