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OneNote WebApi for On Premisis Offce Web App Server

When developing on Premises enterprise Web applications there is a need to integrate Office Web Applications into them to provide additional functionality where data privacy is critical (for example through legislation).

For this reason enterprises often cannot utilise Azure hosted solutions such as OneNote online, but must use on-premises servers (an example is Office Web App server which provides in-browser support for Office Applications in SharePoint).

While it is possible to create a windows desktop application that can use the OneNote COM API provided by a locally installed copy of OneNote, it appears not to be possible to provide the same level of functionality for Web Browser bases applications.

Can we please get full OneNote API support via Office Web App Server (as well as for other missing Office products) so that seamless integration with web based applications can be created thanks.

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  • Andy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Id rather have some desktop support first. How does web support it in this case but not desktop. Add-ins is just greyed out in OneNote 16. Don't get me started on OneNote 10 (the successor/joke), it has so much potential. But instead. It rolls further behind.

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