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    Is it possible (or legal?) to integrate online services into a website? For example is integrating Office on the Web into a separate website possible/legal? It's a part of a whole idea and I'm just wondering whether it's practical.

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    I don't think it could be done ... as an exact clone of MS Office.
    For sure, you could not use any MS graphics, names of things, etc.

    Google Docs is probably the closest thing I can think of.
    I don't even know how popular it is. I use the Google Docs spreadsheet,
    because I can have my clients update the spreadsheet, and their website
    uses that data for different things. The update happens immediately, in real time.

    To answer your question, no it's not practical.

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