Just earlier today Nick Simons announced on the Office Web Apps blog that they’re expanding the Office Web Apps Technical Preview! So if you want to try the new Office Web Apps….just click here to sign-up.
Note : If English isn’t the default language in your Internet Explorer and you receive the error below, just set English to your default language. IF you’re not sure how you have to do this, just read the instruction below.
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The item can’t not be found error message in Dutch.
Change your default Internet Explorer language
To change your browser language open Internet Options in Internet Explorer and click Languages (on the bottom of the dialog screen)
Add English (United States) [en-us] to the list and be sure that English is the first in the list (see image below).
Close the browser (very important!), reopen the browser and click the link again. User the Windows Live ID you want to use for Office Web Apps and you should now see the License Agreement. Accept it and you’re ready to use Office Web Apps.