Some of you might think that you can't perform the task of editing Office documents on your personal computer because you are not a licensed Microsoft employee (you can click Start, run, type "powershell" or similar words from the start menu). Well, let me tell you that you are wrong. You can perform this task! All you need is to have a little creativity and you can add a new Office Tab. This is possible when you use Microsoft's application called Microsoft Office Online.
When you try to open the Microsoft Office Online, you will see a screen like this:
Click on the first Microsoft Office Tab in the ribbon. To make sure that the context menu is enabled, click the context menu for the Microsoft Word Tab, then click the arrow button on the right side of the context menu. You will see two context menu options: Right-click on the selected Microsoft Word Tab and select "Context menu." On the Select sub menu of the context menu, you will see two choices: First, click the button for the "Toggle History And Toggles" link. Second, click the button for the "Toggle Auto Save Sessions" link. Finally, you can click the "OK" button to open the selected Microsoft Word Tab in Microsoft Office Online.