The new software will range in price from a free, ad-supported version to a full-blown, $500 version. Users will be able to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations without emailing the files back and forth and will be able to easily flip back and forth between the desktop and online versions. The upgrade is already available to businesses and will be available to consumers in June. So far, many analysts say that this product looks to be a success, since so many users (500 million, currently) are already comfortable with the Office suite of products.
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