Create Microsoft Office files online without software install


For majority of users, Microsoft Office software is the default way to create different type of Office files like: Word Documents, Excel WorkBook, PowerPoint Presentations and OneNote Notebooks. Microsoft also offer similar functionality of Office software in the form of online applications. Any user can login into online Office website and start creating Office document of choice without any need to pay or install any expensive Office software on PC.

Free online programs for creating documents

1. Open website in your web browser. Then click on “My Office” button at the top bar. You should see prompt to login into your Microsoft account. Here you can login using your: Hotmail, Windows Live or email accounts. After login, you should see default page to access online office programs.

online office account for new office files

2. Check the Create New section to begin writing new Office document file. You can create: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote files using this online Office suite from Microsoft. To create new Word file, click Word Document option. This will open SkyDrive page for your account. Now goto Create > Word Document option, then type name of your new Word file in the pop-up box and click Create button.

skydrive account to create new office files

4. Online Word editor will open which looks very similar to interface of Microsoft Office Word software program installed on your computer. Start typing and use any available tool for formatting contents of the Word file. Similarly, you can create other type of Office files using online editor suite.

online office editor for create new word file

5. After Office file is created, it is stored in your SkyDrive account. You can download it on computer and keep it in the online SkyDrive account for future editing anytime as per requirement.

So, if you have constant high speed internet connection, then using online Microsoft Office editor for creating new Word documents is a better option than buying expensive Office software (and installing on PC) – what say?


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