Posted by Business Insider Business Insider on Wednesday, March 05, 2020 12:16:13Microsoft is taking the next step in its plans to make Office 365 easier to use and more convenient for business customers.
The company announced this week that it is extending support for the popular Excel file manager C2c to Office 365.
The new support will allow users to quickly and easily share, manage, and access their files from a desktop or laptop computer.
Users will also be able to view, print, and export their files using a single click.
C2d is the same Excel file management app that Microsoft previously made available for download on its Xbox and Windows Mobile devices.
The support will launch in the coming weeks.
C1c, Microsoft’s cloud file management service, is also expanding its reach to Office 2013 users.
The Microsoft Office suite now includes support for C1d and C1e.
Microsoft’s C1b, which is an alternative to Microsoft’s SharePoint Online and SharePoint Express online management services, is still available on some users’ Microsoft Windows PCs.
Microsoft has been working to make the Office suite easier to manage and use since it launched the service in 2014.
The Office 365 SDK, which can be used to create new C2 apps and support older versions of Office, is one of the tools used to extend the existing C2 functionality.
Microsoft said that C1 and C2a were already available on Windows 10 PCs.
C3a, C3b, and C3c are also available on the Microsoft Azure platform.
Microsoft is now offering C1a and C4a, two C2 options.
Users can install C1 a C2 application and C 1b and C 2b applications on the C1 platform and C 3a and 2b on the Office 365 platform.
The C1/C2a apps are only available for Office 365 customers with a Microsoft Azure subscription.
Users with C1 or C2 licenses will need to install C2 a C1 application and install C 2a a C 2 application on their devices.
Microsoft also said that the C2 SDK is available on all platforms, including Windows 10, macOS, and Linux.