Microsoft continues to make improvements to its Office Online suite at a more rapid pace. Today Microsoft added printing support for OneNote Online, a feature that has been traditionally found in the desktop application. Microsoft has prioritized features based on customer feedback. New features will start rolling out today.  In addition to printing support for multi-column section or page navigation has been added, so that you can maximize reading and editing space regardless of what device or browser you’re using. Related: office online now available in the chrome web store vba, tell me, & commenting features come to excel online new features & bug fixes come to word online OneNote Online Gets Printing Support Microsoft Makes Performance Improvements to PowerPoint Online Source: Office Blog ...

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Ahead of the re-branding of Office Web Apps to Office Online, Microsoft has recently revamped OneNote.com. OneNote.com has now become the home for all your OneNote notebooks, either created by you or shared by someone. Also there is a new header and left hand navigation bar in OneNote Online. Get started using OneNote Web App It’s really easy to get started using OneNote on the web: Go to onenote.com, then at the top of the page, click Sign In. On the sign-in screen, enter your Microsoft account email address and password. (Note: If you don’t already have a Microsoft account, you’ll be prompted to create one.) After you’ve signed in, you’ll see a list of your OneNote notebooks and notebooks that others have shared with you—just click them to open. (Note: If you have only one notebook, it will automatically open. If you don’t have any notebooks yet, OneNote will automatically create ...

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Hot on the heels of rebranding SkyDrive to OneDrive, Microsoft is also planning to re-brand its online productivity suite Office Web Apps as Office Online. Individual apps in the suite would be rebranded as Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online and OneNote Online. ZDNET also reported that Microsoft is planning to Office Online templates to users. There is no information on when Microsoft will make these changes public, but expect it to happen soon. Office Web Apps are touch-friendly web applications that let you create, edit and share your Excel, Word, PowerPoint and OneNote files from any browser. You can share and simultaneously work on your documents with classmates, friends and co-workers. No need to merge different versions later. Read more from the link below. Source: ZDNET ...

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