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Topic # 91681 19-Oct-2011 00:12
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Hi,

What's the best Word docx viewer for iPhone? Ideally one that can open files from Dropbox and catch files opened from the email app.

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Reply # 535028 19-Oct-2011 07:38
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Go to the Apple Store if you have a iMac and download the 3x Applications for iPhone4 as they work great and work in iCloud also. 

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  Reply # 535036 19-Oct-2011 08:35
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I use Office2. Can read and with in app purchase edit/create .doc and .docx.

It can also save/load from Dropbox and Google Docs (and I'm just reading now, MobileMe?!? MyDisk, Box or Other web dav)




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  Reply # 535039 19-Oct-2011 08:44
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Can iOS not read Office documents out of the box? I don't think I've ever had a problem, though I might be dreaming...

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