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Is there a 3rd-party SW that can replace Office Mobile for non-touchscreen smartphones?

I am looking for a program that would fulfill at least the minimal requirements (such as basic editing, or for Excel, basic calculation) but still be compatible to MS Office on the desktop

Thanks in advance!
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Edited by mh505, 10 May 2009 - 03:31 PM.

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Is there a 3rd-party SW that can replace Office Mobile for non-touchscreens?

Try SoftMaker Office. It's the best.

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Thanks a lot, Zehlein; that was a fast one.

Will check and report back !
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I looked at the product, but from what I can tell it is not applicable to the smartphone (in this case HTC S740). Also, the SW is extremely large (almost 60MB which would take most of my remaining memory).

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Edited by mh505, 10 May 2009 - 07:08 PM.

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I looked at the product, but from what I can tell it is not applicable to the smartphone (in this case HTC S740). Also, the SW is extremely large (almost 60MB which would take most of my remaining memory).

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Dataviz's "Documents to Go" is a full-featured productivity suite that supports most Microsoft Office formats, and it natively supports Windows Mobile: Standard...

Furthermore, it is just $US10 from Handango at the time of writing, compared to the $US29.99 that DataViz are asking if you buy it directly through their site!

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