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Microsoft Office Editor for iPhone Soon

Microsoft Office Editor for iPhone Soon

Posted November 2, 2008 at 11:48pm by iClarified
DataViz is readying a Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint Editor for the iPhone, according to Gizmodo.

DataViz is the creator of Documents To Go which edits Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and other files on your handheld or smartphone. They have posted a notification page which says "It's Coming. Be the First to Know". You can add your email address to their notification mailing list here

This is the list of features supported in Documents to Go:
• View, edit and create native Word, Excel and PowerPoint files and attachments
• Supports Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
• Includes support for Microsoft Office Word 2007 & PowerPoint 2007
• Full featured solution with viewing AND editing functionality
• Supports file and attachments received via e-mail, Bluetooth® or media card
• Unique InTact Technology retains original document formatting of edited files
• Integrated with BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Internet Service for reliable and instant access to e-mail attachments
• Spell checking for word processing files
• Advanced character/font formatting
• Advanced paragraph formatting
• Insert and delete tables for word processing files
• Insert and edit auto bullets & numbers in word processing files
• Sorting in spreadsheets
• Apply cell formatting in spreadsheets
• Insert and delete worksheets
• Insert, duplicate and delete slides in presentations
• English, French, Italian, German and Spanish versions available

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Oiger - November 7, 2008 at 6:27am
Sorry guys, been away a few days. Look, reading docs on a mobile device can be useful. Emailing is great too. But editing docs on a mobile device is just not a productive use of your time. Read a report, go through your mail, organise your thoughts... or make a phone call. That's all fine on a smartphone. But leave the editing until you are back at a laptop. If you want to be productive you need to learn to make the most of a situation and the tool set at hand.
ketanitem - November 3, 2008 at 11:00am
Well, to have something like this, just for checking (reading) your documents is fine. But I don't believe you will need this to do editing, it is totally counter productive.
Shabop - November 3, 2008 at 9:22am
I agree with Oiger, Editing documents on a SmartPhone takes too much TIME! I like Microsoft Office a lot, so don't give me that shit. I'm just saying, if you're creating, editing, ect. on your mobile phone, it takes A LOT LONGER!
Oiger - November 3, 2008 at 6:15am
Oh dear, how did I ever manage to live without this? I could edit office docs on my windows smartphone and can only say whoever DOES edit documents on a mobile device has too much time on his hands.
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