Use Microsoft Office on your Android Tablet with CloudOn App


Microsoft Office 2007 Logo

Microsoft Office 2007 Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It probably won’t be happening anytime soon, especially with the advent of Office360, but it would be nice perhaps if there was a version of MS Office for your Android Tablet Device, but for now you can still access and use MS Office on your Android Tablet device using CloudOn App, Its only for Android Tablet Devices, but still its better than nothing, for more check out CloudOn for Android Tablets.

Have your Dropbox be your MS Office AutoRecovery Location


The text logo of Microsoft Office as of 2007. ...

The text logo of Microsoft Office as of 2007. ‪Norsk (bokmål)‬: Tekstlogoen til Microsoft Office per 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Microsoft Office AutoRecovery feature is pretty useful in the event that your system craps out on you during a session while your working on a document, but how about if your not able to access the system any more, then you might be better served if your AutoRecovery was setup to send the files to your Dropbox account in the cloud, for more on how you would go about doing this check out this article HERE.

Disable Microsoft Office 2010 Splash Screens


Office Cookie

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If you hate to see the Office Splash screen before you open the application, then you can disable it, and the method to do this can be found in this article HERE, happy tweaking!

CloudOn Gives your Microsoft Office on your iPad


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Image via CrunchBase

When it comes to using a word processing suite on your iPad you have a few options, but one of the cooler new options is to use the app CloudOn to access a full version of Microsoft office that is ran off of the CloudOn server, so this solution requires an Internet connections on your iPad but if you do have this in place you can do a lot of small editing of documents on your iPad Via MS Office, for more check out the app CloudOn for your iPad.

Google Doc’s Feature Change!


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To me it always seems as if Google is doing something, and today that something is adding drag-and-drop support for images within Google Doc‘s. More and more Google Docs seems like a viable alternative to Microsoft Office, with the added bonus of saving to the cloud already tightly integrated into the site. For more information on the specific details of the change check out Google’s Blog site.

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