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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jggonzalez, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. jggonzalez

    jggonzalez Newbie
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    Is anyone using their HTC Sensation to view/edit MS Office documents? I use Documents To Go on my Optimus M for work. I'm pretty limited in what I can do. When I call up an MS Word document with graphs and charts I can see the text but not the charts. I need to open those separately. Its also slow when displaying presentations and spreadsheets. Would the extra horsepower of the Sensation enable me to view combined text/graphics better and maybe do some light editing?

  2. jggonzalez

    jggonzalez Newbie
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    Now that I've got it, I'll answer my own question. Documents to Go works great on the Sensation. I'm able to view .doc, .xls, and .ppt files without any problems and even do a bit of editing. There is another program that came with the Sensation, Polaris Office, but I haven't used it. I've already paid for Documents to Go and I'm used to it.
  3. Harry2

    Harry2 Extreme Android User

    I have DocsToGo on my Sensation an I like it because of its UI :)
    But I use Polaris too and the reason is: DocsToGo doesn't show/edit header and footer of a doc. Polaris does this and it is helpfull if I has to edit a header or footer.
    It is no problem to use both of it on the same doc :)

    EDIT: And both can show/edit foot notes in Word docs. Polaris together with the text, DocsToGo seperately.


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The HTC Sensation 4G release date was 8th June. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 768GB RAM, Snapdragon S3 processor, and 1520mAh battery.

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