In yet another high-profile deal, Microsoft announced a partnership whereby mobile giant Nokia will now carry Microsoft Office products on its handsets.
For its part, Nokia loses a competitor. Until now, Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system had the advantage of being the only platform to run Office products.
This gives Microsoft and their planned release of Office 2010 a larger platform to expand across, while also taking advantage of its browser-based features.
Nokia's 40% market share of the mobile market in turn gives a big boost to Microsoft in the wireless sector. Nokia reported over 100 million handsets sold through the second quarter of this year alone.
Existing Nokia customers can get more information on downloading and installing Microsoft software here.