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I uploaded an invoice that I made in Excel 2010. I uploaded it to my Document Library on Office 365. When I choose to edit in browser it says that it cannot because the spreadsheet has shapes in it. That is true. However, when I upload it to skydrive and choose to edit it, it opens just fine.
I have tested this in the Small Business beta and the Enterprise beta. Does anyone know why Skydrive web apps is beter than Office 365 web apps?
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Nevermind, I answered it myself. I was only viewing in Skydrive. When I chose to edit in Skydrive I got a similar complaint.
I am glad to hear that you have found the cause of the situation. This is so others who have the same confusion may benefit from your answer.
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Thanks Monica :-)
I'm a new user for SkyDrive. I have a problem to open for editing documents that I uploaded from my local drive to the Sky Drive. I have also a office365 , but I see that SkyDrive is more easy to manage.
I want to share files at the Sky Drive and be able to work on line on those documents together with my team. I find it hard to understand the way to do it. When i click on the files on the SkyDrive the browser is trying to downloading it and not to open for editiing.
can you help me please?