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    Default Best app for Word, PowerPoint, Excel

    Looking for a good iPad app to view/edit Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

    Any suggestions?
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    Docs to Go or QuickOffice are your only real choices, AFAIK. I got D2G out of habit.
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    I personally use documents to go
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    Same here, Docs to go. I have not tried Quickoffice but have been very satisfied with Docs to go. I have the premium version and, although more expensive, the email functionality is worth it.
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    Doc to go comes first in my list, quick office is second.


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    Definitely doc to go due to the google docs integration
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    Well, I downloaded Docs to go premium, and I have to say so far it's not bad at all. The intergreation with Dropbox is great. I'm really enjoying the functionality of it, works great with Good Reader too.
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    Docs to go is tight...thanks everyone.
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    I'll cast my vote for Quick office connect. Works flawlessly for my needs.
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    Nothing wrong with Google Docs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jf7fsu View Post
    Nothing wrong with Google Docs.
    Google Docs is great, but how can you edit them without something like Docs 2 Go?
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    I went with Quick Office after reading several reviews for it and D2G. Proper handling of footnotes wasn't available in either; that would have been the main factor for me. Since that wasn't an option and they were pretty similar, I bought QO when it was on sale.

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