Microsoft quietly turns on free version of Office Web Apps

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    Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft officials said last month to expect the free, consumer version of Office Web Apps to go live starting June 15. Microsoft, instead, turned on the Webified versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote on June 7.

    Individuals with Windows Live SkyDrive accounts saw Office Web Apps can now share, view and do some light editing with these Webified apps in their browsers (Internet Explorer 7 or later for Windows; Safari 4 or later for Mac; and Firefox 3.5 or later for Windows, Mac, or Linux). My understanding is users won’t be able to share, view and edit Office Web Apps via Hotmail until June 15, the Windows Live Wave 4 (beta?) version of which is supposed to begin rolling out to the public as of June 15...

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