Office app for ipad

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  1. kingrun2

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    Hello, im looking for an office app, this is what i need:

    I usually get word, excel documents in my email, so I want to do these things with the documents, because i sometimes am nowhere near a pc to check them.

    1. I need to be able to view the document (the whole document)
    2. I need to be able to save the document on the ipad.
    3. I need to be able to edit the document if needed.

    So problem is i tried some apps from the app store. The main issue is , that one app cant show all the content of the document, the other cant save the document, or the other cant edit the document. Can anyone suggest an app that could do all these things? Preferably a free app would be good. But i'm open to any suggestions.
     
  2. Black_Creek

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    Hi,
    i have DocsToGo (Premium). I am happy with this app.

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    you will find it with DOCUMENTS TO GO. There is also a free version to try it out.
     
  3. kingrun2

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    Thanks I will try it out.
     
  4. Gtatler

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    Try QuickEdit. It can do all of that for Office documents. I use it all the time.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
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  5. n4uau

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    Pages, numbers, Keynote work pretty well for me.
     
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    If you are willing to pay for an Office 365 subscription, there is nothing more compatible than Microsoft's Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps; available in the App Store. The apps are free to download, but they are read-only until you pair them with a subscription.

    It's about $60 a year to install on one tablet and one computer, or $150 a year to install on up to 5 tablets and 5 computers. That's U.S. pricing. It may be different elsewhere.
     
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