Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by Grambo0777, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. Grambo0777

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    iPF Noob

    Jan 25, 2012
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    Hi, I'm new. Joined to ask help finding EXCEL app(s) that allow creating files from scratch. Just installed "Documents 2". It 'kinda works...' but having trouble totaling a column.
    - So I need instruction ....., or info on an easy to use spread sheet that my secretary can open on the office computer using EXCEL / MS Office.
  2. leelai

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    Apr 24, 2011
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    Hi and welcome to the Forum!

    Sit tight and someone will be along who can answer your question, in the meantime:

    The IPad Forum is a community of members from all walks of life and from all over the world coming together to share our experiences and to help each other learn about this wonderful piece of technology the Ipad. There is a wealth of information already here in the many threads we have so doing some searches will answer most of the questions you have. If then you cannot find the answer you are seeking then by all means post your question. There are many friendly and informed members here only too willing to help you.

    We also have our own App - It is a very simple app to navigate.
    Reading the IPad manual is a great place to start so please download a copy of these.
    2 very informative threads from which you will learn many tips and shortcuts for the IPad.
    We have rules like any Community so please read these also

    Once again we welcome you here and are so pleased you have joined us!

    Sent from my iPad using iPF
  3. twerppoet

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    Jan 8, 2011
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    Documents 2 has some pretty terrible reviews. You can check their support site to see if the developers have any answers, but you might have a problem finding anyone here who uses it.

    Here are some reviews of the more popular office suite apps. We seldom hear anything good about the cheaper options, sorry to say.

    Compare iWorks, Office 2 HD, Documents to Go, QuickOffice by richsdams

    Office Apps Comparison by RedCoil (details and examples, very long)

    About QuickOffice, mostly about spreadsheets

    It might also be worth your time to check out the new OnLive and CloudOn apps and services. These are cloud based desktops with full versions of Word, Excel and Power Point. They are fairly new and somewhat wobbly, but might be exactly what you need, and they are free in their basic versions.

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