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Just select any Word, Excel, or Power Point file in Dropbox, then on the button you can choose to open the file on your computer or in Office Online.
Alternately, just go to Office.com, select the Microsoft Office app you want to use, and browse your Dropbox files for Office documents to edit.
Office Online doesn't include every feature you'd expect in the desktop version, but you'll find enough features to create new documents and spreadsheets, format text and images, and crunch some numbers.
You can even add comments and annotations to documents, then preview them back in Dropbox along with any other Dropbox comments your team may have added.
The new integration with Office Online—a free basic version of Microsoft Office that runs in your browser—is just what you need.
You can open and edit Office files from Dropbox, without installing a copy of Office.
It's an easy way to keep the conversation about your files in the same place, so nothing gets lost.To add comments to any file, just right-click on the file in your Dropbox folder and select . Either way, you'll see a preview of the file online, with a sidebar on the right to add comments.Type out your comments, and add your colleagues' names with an @ symbol to mention them in a comment.Dropbox saves changes to your files for 30 days; if you have a Dropbox Pro account, you can add a year of extended version history for /year.You wake up on a Saturday morning and realize that you left your phone in a cab last night (we’ve all been there).