Quickoffice for iPad can now edit 2007-2010 PowerPoint files

Quickoffice for iPad can now edit 2007-2010 PowerPoint files
Quickoffice, the popular office editing suite for iPad, has just been updated to version 4.5.0. The latest release now allows user to create and edit Microsoft 2007 and 2010 PowerPoint files.

PowerPoint aficionados can not only perform basic tasks, they can also view, create, and edit numbered lists in PowerPoint files, as well as insert over 100 different shapes into their presentations.

In addition to expanded PowerPoint support, Quickoffice Pro HD also adds integration with the native iPad email client and adds localization for Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and Dutch.

Quickoffice Pro HD can be found in the business category in the Apple App Store for $19.99.

Quickoffice Pro HD [Apple App Store link]

source: IntoMobile

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5. BattleBrat

Posts: 1476; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

So far? it sucks! But people who installed the leaked ICS for RAZR say it fixes all the problems, you see when I run an app know, it opens a phone screen ratioed window, and the apps run in that, it is VERY annoying, but with ICS because the tablet and phone OS are one and the same, the app can format to the WHOLE screen, and the ones that don't format i'm told, run in tablet mode, VERY COOL! This pretty much fixes any problems I had with it. Now if we can get some game developers to allow key mapping so I can run games with WASD and a bluetooth mouse I'll be styling!

1. hung2900

Posts: 966; Member since: Mar 02, 2012

How about Quickoffice Pro for ICS? I've missed it since I updated my tf101 to ICS...

2. nnaatthhaannx2

Posts: 820; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

It seems like Android Tablets get absolutly no love. It's really sad. Anyways, Apple's iLife suite is much better than this app for the iPad. It really doesn't make too much sense to use this one.

3. BattleBrat

Posts: 1476; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

I agree, on my iTouch I have iWork, but no other office suite, on my RAZR I have 6 different Office Suites, 5 paid (kingsoft office is free) Roughly $50 of office suites (I was seeing which worked best with my lapdock, turns out I have to wait until ICS to really use them)

4. nnaatthhaannx2

Posts: 820; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

Woah, you have a RAZR too? Sweet. How's the lapdock? I was thinking of getting one... is it good?

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