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  1. Antaryamin

    Antaryamin New Member

    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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  2. saj_2001ind

    saj_2001ind Well-Known Member

    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
  3. Antaryamin

    Antaryamin New Member

    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?
  4. saj_2001ind

    saj_2001ind Well-Known Member

    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
  5. sonesh

    sonesh Well-Known Member

    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
  6. sonesh

    sonesh Well-Known Member

    If Microsoft Applications really mean that much to you, then a Microsoft Phone is surely the only way to go.
  7. saj_2001ind

    saj_2001ind Well-Known Member

    try with other 3rd party app for office apps they should work fine
    sonesh likes this.
  8. Antaryamin

    Antaryamin New Member

    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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