Document Editor - Word Processor and Reader for Microsoft Office

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  1. macrumors newbie

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    Document Editor - Word Processor and Reader for Microsoft Office
    By Faisal Faruqi

    Description:

    THE BEST DOCUMENT EDITING AND MANAGEMENT APP FOR IPHONE AND IPAD.


    + Create and Edit Rich Text Documents on your iPhone or iPad.
    + Work on your documents even when you are not connected to the internet.
    + Convert your documents to PDF,
    + Send documents as EMAIL ATTACHMENTS
    + Transfer to/from your PC or Mac through USB
    + Synch your documents with Dropbox, Google Drive or FTP.
    + View Word & Excel files (Office 2007/2008/2010)
    + VIEW PowerPoint, PDF, iWork, Text, .RTF, and more!
    + Open & Edit files created through this app from any 3rd party app that supports the “Open

    In” feature
    + Create or Download Documents from anywhere and carry it with you wherever you go

    FREE CUSTOMER SUPPORT:
    • Customer support available through email, free of cost.
    • SEND EMAIL TO INFO@NEXSCIENCE.COM for any support questions.

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    Document Editor Features:
    • View/Edit/Create Rich Text Documents
    • Fonts, Styles,Font Sizes
    • Bold, italic, Underline, Strike out
    • Text Color, Background Color selection
    • Text Alignment
    • Import Pictures from your Photo Library and paste in the documents
    • Take Pictures from Camera and insert in the document
    • Various bullet styles/formatting
    • Auto bullets/numbers
    • Undo Changes
    • Easy Copy and Paste

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    PDF To Go VIEWING Features:
    • Thumbnail, Fit to Screen, Fit to Width, Actual Size & full screen views
    • Go to/rotate page
    • Search
    • Multiple Bookmarks
    • Printing PDF Files to AirPrint Printers in your wifi network
    • Email Attachments


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    SHARING:
    • Send Documents as Email Attachments
    • Open Files that comes to your email as attachment
    • Dropbox
    • Google Drive
    • FTP

    FOLDERS & SUB-FOLDERS
    • Create Folders & Sub-folders
    • Delete, Rename files
    • Drag and Drop files to Move them across folders

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    Letter and Document Templates:
    - Built-In Templates
    a. Document Templates e.g. Agendas, Booklets, Certificates,
    Cover letters, Receipts, Reports, Resumes and more categories.

    b. Letter Templates e.g. Business, Employment, Complaints etc.


    APPLE TV and EXTERNAL MONITOR SUPPORT
    • Connect to Apple TV or external monitor (setup required)
    • Make impressive presentations using this app from your iPhone or iPad
    • Enjoy reading on large external monitors or Apple TV


    USABILITY FEATURES

    • Smooth User Interface
    • Drag & Drop Files
    • Google upload & download
    • Dropbox upload & download
    • Creates files that can be opened and edited in Microsoft Word, Apple TextEdit, Notepad,

    Openoffice, Browser & all leading office suites.
    • Create, View & Manage Documents and eBooks
    • Works anywhere online or offline.
    • Professional Look & Feel optimized for iPhone and iPad screen sizes
    • Free updates

    SOME USES

    • Lightweight office work on the go
    • Backup of documents
    • Quick access to Documents, Spread sheets, Presentations, notes and memos
    • Word Processing
    • Pocket Spreadsheet
    • Pocket Presentation


    Download Link:
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/document-editor-word-processor/id639531413?mt=8


    App support URL :
    iPhone Applications Support - Home
     
  2. macrumors regular

    beachmusic

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    #2
    this would really be something if it would allow you to view microsoft publisher files.
     
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    annk

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    #3
    It doesn't specifically list Office 2011 (the Mac version) in the list of what can be viewed. I assume this is important for Mac users?
     
  4. macrumors G4

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    Um-m-m-m, no. There is no unique Office 2011 format. Office 2011 uses the same format as Office 2010 and Office 2007.
     
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    annk

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    #5
    I know from using both 2010 and 2011 editions extensively (the first at my regular workplace, the second in my freelance editing work) that they definitely do behave differently in certain ways. That's why I find it odd - on an Apple forum no less - that the 2011 edition isn't mentioned.
     

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