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Topic # 204470 3-Oct-2016 09:37
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Is there a 'native' word processor with Android (4.4.2)?

 

Any recommendations for a basic Create, Read, Edit processor for Android that handles Microsoft .DOC files?

 

"Docs To GO" seems to be highly rated.


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  Reply # 1644532 3-Oct-2016 09:44
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Quickoffice by Google, I have it installed but can't find it in Google Play. Microsoft Office Mobile is also free.

 

 





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  Reply # 1644539 3-Oct-2016 10:04
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timmmay ... thanks.  Don't those two rely on the docs being held in the cloud?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1644832 3-Oct-2016 18:01
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OK, all in one products, but I used WPS Office (was Kingsoft) for years, but mainly for Excel things. It's 4.0 & above. It was better than the other Office products (tried them all) & I originally ran it on a v4 phone.

 

I see MS Word on the Playstore is good for 4.4 & above. Haven't used it though.

 

I switched to the MS Excel recently as it has become really smooth after a rocky start (like can now save to SD.) I assume Word will be similar but haven't tested.


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Any reason you don't use ms word?





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