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Microsoft Near Completion of Internationalization of Office Apps for the Cloud

Given the "search results" affair unveiled this week between Bing and Google, one wonders if Google will claim that Microsoft is copying their plans to dominate the world through free, cloud apps...

Starting today, people in over 150 more countries can use the Web Apps to view, edit, and share Office documents from anywhere with a browser and an internet connection. This includes viewing, editing, and sharing Office document attachments in Hotmail.

via news.softpedia.com

The promise from Microsoft is that next month, the services designed to extend Office 2010 into the Cloud will reach global availability. Meanwhile, the Redmond company has made an immense leap forward in terms of internationalization by opening up Office Web Apps to users in an additional over 150 countries on top of the markets in which it had already been launched.



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