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The new features include the ability to edit Office files from inside Dropbox on the web.


Dropbox and Microsoft Office announced a series of new integrations this morning — including the ability to edit Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents inside Dropbox in a web browser, and the ability to add Dropbox to an Office Online account to quickly access files from the popular online storage service.

The news builds on a partnership struck by the companies last year, part of a broader effort by Microsoft to work with others in the industry even when they compete with Microsoft’s products (the Redmond company’s OneDrive online storage service, in this case).

Other features that have been rolled out by the companies include mobile integration between Dropbox and Office apps on iPhone, Android and Windows Phones.

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