One of the hurdles many face when moving to Google Apps is how to deal with MS Office. Some users feel they cannot live without some of the advanced formatting and features; others are concerned that they receive and work on MS Office documents received from others.
Until now, in order to edit MS Office documents in their native format, users had to download or sync files to their local disk or use the limited editing capabilities of the Chrome browser extension. Both are less than ideals.
Can you click on a Word doc saved in Drive, have it open in Microsoft Word, and have the file save to Drive? … YES! Yes, you can!
With AODocs File Server and the AODocs SmartBar Extension for Chrome, you can use Drive in your Chrome browser, select and edit MS Office files, and have them save directly within Drive. You can effectively replace Windows Explorer with Drive + AODocs.
Click Here to see a quick demo with Word. The solution works for Excel and Powerpoint files, too.
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