These apps are designed to provide smooth integration with other applications, such as Microsoft Office desktop, Microsoft Office Online, Adobe Acrobat, and more.
Box Notes is an easy-to-use document creation tool that functions natively in Box and also as a separate, downloadable application for your desktop.
Box Notes cover the following topics:
- 4 Ways To Use A Box Note (BW).mp4
- Box Notes: Overview and FAQs
- Box Notes: Notices and Known Limitations
Box Edit is an add-on feature for Windows and Macs that allows you to open and edit files stored in Box. Designed for all file types, browsers, and platforms, Box Edit uses the default application installed on your computer to open and edit files: Docx files open in Microsoft Word, PPTx files open in Microsoft PowerPoint, XLSx files open in Excel, and so forth.
Editing Files and Box Edit covers the following topics:
Using Box Edit
- Installing Box Edit
- Opening and Editing Files
- Saving Files back to Box
- Locking/Unlocking files
- Uninstalling Box Edit
FAQs / Troubleshooting
- Does Box Edit work on mobile browsers?
- Can Box Edit be deployed or used in a virtual environment?
- Does Box Edit support Limited User accounts?
- Does Box Edit support proxies?
- What happens if a collaborator opens and edits a document I'm editing?
- How is Box Edit different from Box Sync?
- Do they overlap at all?
- Can admins block their users from using Box Edit?
- How long are files opened by Box Edit stored on my computer?
- Where does Box Edit store edited files?
- How do I change the desktop program that Box Edit uses to open files?
- Collecting Box Edit Logs Network and Browser Issues