QuickOffice won't open ExcelSupport


  1. maryj459

    maryj459 Member

    Hey! Just got my Di and I love it!! :) One problem I've run into is that Quick Office will not open an Excel spreadsheet. I originally had it saved as an xlsx file with a password and I got an error msg when trying to view it with Quick Office.

    So, I removed the password, tried it again - still no luck. Tried back saving it to an xls file...it tries to open, but all I get is a dark screen (w/out any error msgs)....

    Any ideas? Give it up and buy a better app?

    Thanks in advance! ~mj

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  2. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    Touchdown works. Quickoffice usually not.
  3. maryj459

    maryj459 Member

    Thanks, Lars....I'll look into Touchdown. Also heard docs2go or something like that is another app I should look into.
  4. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    Sorry brain fade. Docs to go is what I meant.
  5. 34.50

    34.50 Well-Known Member

    Touchdown is for Exchange email. Docstogo free version let's you view most files, but wont let you edit or create new documents.

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  6. kimf

    kimf Active Member

    I have been playing with QuickOffice and I have found it will open .xlsx documents if it has 1 sheet. If there are multiple sheets in the spreadsheet, it won't open.

    I can't edit my spreadsheet and can't seem to determine if that is even an available functionality. At the top there is the "fx" bar, I would assume I could doubleclick or long press on the box to edit it, but I can't get it to work. Has anyone been able to edit?
  7. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    documents to go if you want to edit or view more complicated files.
    kimf likes this.
  8. mrootes

    mrootes Well-Known Member

    Lars, i see that docs 2 go has a pay version for $15 on the market. It says you can edit documents. Do you know if they mean that also create new documents that can be saved as .doc formats?

    I am looking for something that will allow me to not only modify a Word Document, but maybe create one that I can send to someone and they can open it with Word.
  9. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    Yes the free version is view only. The pay version allows editing. I'm pretty sure it can save in both doc and docx.
  10. bateli

    bateli Member

    I use an app that displays really well Excel files and many types of files
    I think it costs $ or 2, But it's totally worth it.
    it's Called : Documento - Office Viewer
    good luck
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