Only yesterday did we mention that you could edit and work with an online version of OpenOffice. This would enable you to store your documents, spreadsheets and database online and then edit them through the web version of OpenOffice, rather than trying to drag your office suite on the road. With more apps going online, and with fast broadband becoming the norm, there's no reason why you can't drop your install CDs, grab a laptop and then work with your apps through your browser, without having to install to your PC. In the near future you won't need to install a thing, apart from the OS, and everything will load from a ultra-fast flash drive, rather than hard drive.
Zoho Show is an online tool that brings you the facility to write and edit documents, produce a presentation and manage your meetings, amongst other tools. It supports the Microsoft Office formats, so you an import your existing documents, spreadsheets and other files.
Zoho Show link.
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