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Old December 20th, 2010, 09:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am in the process of deciding whether to buy HTC 7 Mozart or HTC Desire HD. For many reasons. the latter seems to be my choice. The only thing, however, that stands in the way is Microsoft Office: I was told that I would have to buy an Android application that has Microsoft Office---that is, nonetheless, not the problem.


My concern is whether the application would have all the regular files, i.e., OneNote, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint.


Could someone help me, please?

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Old December 20th, 2010, 09:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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excel, word, powerpoint will be there...thinkfree office or documents to go

outlook email can be configured separately on android

onenote , cannot on android as far as I know
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Thank you very much, Saj

Did you mean that I have to buy "ThinkFree Office" and "Documents to Go"?

None of the applications has OneNote?
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The document viewers are there in free versions of this apps u can try that first for free

As far as I know none has onenote
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As standard the Desire HD lets you open Excel, Word and Powerpoint files, but I've found a flaw with the Powerpoint because it has a file limit.

So far, I haven't been able to open anything bigger than 1.5mb's
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If Microsoft Applications really mean that much to you, then a Microsoft Phone is surely the only way to go.
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As standard the Desire HD lets you open Excel, Word and Powerpoint files, but I've found a flaw with the Powerpoint because it has a file limit.

So far, I haven't been able to open anything bigger than 1.5mb's
try with other 3rd party app for office apps they should work fine
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Thank you, Saj and Sonesh! It is very kind of you to have helped me. Now, I can make a decision.

God bless.
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