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Excel editor which retains formating?

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by deepakvrao, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. deepakvrao
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    deepakvrao iPF Novice

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    Just downloaded Office2HD, and it loses date formatting of cells, as well as formulas from one sheet to another. Will Quickoffice work? Reluctant to spend another 15 dollars without some surety.

    Why do these apps not have a trial period?
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    couldnt agree more. More and more apps don't have 'lite' versions these days. Such a shame. Such a money looser for them :(
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    Totally agree! I liked the lite versions until you realise you needed the full versions just to enjoy all the benefits.

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