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A quicker way to access and create Office documents on Microsoft Edge browser

We want to bring Office to you wherever you are. The same award-winning Office Online extension available on Chrome is now available for Microsoft Edge. The extension puts an Office icon on the Microsoft Edge toolbar to give you direct access to your Office files, whether they are stored online or on your computer, thanks to integration with OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.

A quicker way to access and create Office documents on Microsoft Edge browser FI

The extension allows users to easily create and open Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Sway documents using Office Online—right from the Microsoft Edge browser. It just got even easier to create, share and collaborate with Office Online using your favorite browser. The extension also keeps track and surfaces any recent documents that you have opened with Office Online to help you find the documents you need faster. Visit the Windows Store to download and start using the new Office Online extension for Microsoft Edge.

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