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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by skilly1963, Jan 21, 2012.
Best app to read exel & powerpoint & word
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Regarding your question there are quite a few office apps and it really is a personal choice in what features are important to you. Here are 2 threads that will give a good overview of some of the apps available:-
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Apple puts out apps that are based on the mac equivalent of office. Pages is the document one and Numbers is the spreadsheet one. I like Quick Office Pro, though, because it is the price of pages plus numbers and gives you the functions of both plus powerpoint and pdf (read only on the pdf).
Keynote is the name of the Apple equivalent of powerpoint. The apple apps are $9.99 each and quick office pro does all three things for $19.99.