Office Online Debuts the week with new features for each of its apps, and also debuts in the Chrome web Store, which will allow users to add Word Online, PowerPoint Online, and OneNote Online to the Chrome app launcher to create Office documents in Internet with just a simple click from the desktop. Excel Online will also be arriving shortly in the announcement.
On Word Online They highlight that they have extended the ability to add and view comments, available in View mode, to edit mode, so that users can make changes and comments at the same time. Footnotes and endnotes have also been simplified, which can be simply added online. In addition, the behavior of auto-numbering has been improved, being now smarter, being at the height of the same functionality as its desktop version. In addition, there are other news that can be consulted at this link.
On Excel Online They highlight that the most requested features available have been incorporated into their desktop version. From now on, users can add comments, edit them and delete existing comments. For advanced users, they now have improved support for the files that contain their Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro language, so that they can now open and edit those spreadsheets that have it enabled without removing or corrupting the VBA that have on file.
The Tell Me feature, which asks how to do something, having a series of relevant commands offered from a simple drop-down list, also reaches Excel Online, and is also also part of PowerPoint Online as well. The rest of the news can be found here.
On PowerPoint Online They point out that their text editor has been redesigned with the idea that when editing the slides, the layout of the slides resembles the closest thing to the final result, calling it high fidelity display. Performance improvements and optimizations for playing videos by speeding up the slide progress in the editor and the ability to play YouTube videos included are other new features for this application.
Finally, about OneNote Online It is indicated that it is now compatible with printing, and that it now has a multicolumn section and pagination, allowing to maximize the readings and the edition space.