I am working with microsoft access 2010 files, and I want to try to use the files in the LibreOffice program. I have done extensive google searching and to no avail since this only seems possible in Windows platforms and not Linux ones.
Not sure if unexpected (or just refreshing?), but Microsoft has released an open source Office 365 SDK for Android. What does this mean? Well, now developers can start building Android apps using the SDK to pull data from Offiice 365. Everything from Exchange contacts, emails and calendar entries, to SharePoint lists, folders, and files, will […]
After years of focusing on its own products and services, Microsoft is supporting the opposition. We have seen the company bring its most valuable assets over to Android and iOS. To really give more reach to developers, Microsoft has released a its Android emulator. Developers can use it to build their owns apps and see how they operate on Android.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer became infamous in 2006 after leading a Microsoft Windows meeting in a chant, “developers, developers, developers.” While the images of him clapping his hands and screaming became the target of the early social media and YouTube culture, he was right with his intention.
Developers are now free to submit their Windows 8.1-ready applications. Microsoft initially denied developers access to the operating system after it was released to OEM partners. Developers, accustomed to getting early access so that they could get to work before general release, were peeved.
The company later recanted and provided access, but that only solved half the problem, I think.
Option A: You can go to office.com/preview and download the full-featured edition of Office 2013 that includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, and Microsoft Access (no Visio here).