Quickoffice Connect Offers Usable, Simple Document Access

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Quickoffice Connect Offers Usable, Simple Document Access

by P. J. Connolly

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Work with Word Documents, Excel Spreadsheets and Text

Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite allows users to work with documents in a variety of formats, and access cloud storage services including Dropbox and Google Docs.

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Work with Microsoft OpenXML Documents

Quickoffice Connect can use the XML-based formats introduced with Office 2007, or the binary formats used in earlier versions of Excel and Word.

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Change Appearance on the Fly

Quickoffice Connect allows users to change the appearance of data in a worksheet by modifying the type style, data color and format, or cell background and borders.

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Select Fonts and Weights

Although limited in its font support, Quickoffice Connect for iPad makes it a simple matter to change the font for a block of cells, or for just one cell.

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Clean Up Text with Ease

The contents of cells can be formatted at the flick of a finger, allowing users to easily align text in a range of cells, invoke word wrap functions or reset to the default for the spreadsheet.

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Functions at Your Fingertips

The logical and mathematical functions in Quickoffice Connect are easily accessed, and are classified for quick reference by users.

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Make File Transfers over WiFi

Devices running Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite can transfer files when connected to a WiFi network; a user ID and password can be required if a slightly greater level of security is desired.

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Select a Sheet

Multisheet Excel documents can be used with Quickoffice Connect; flipping through the individual sheets is done through tabs on the iPad version, and this option page on iPhone.

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Insert or Delete Columns and Rows

Inserting and deleting columns and rows from a spreadsheet is a basic operation, and Quickoffice Connect makes this task simple.

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Default Settings

The Quickconnect Settings pane in the iPhone version of the app allows users to choose a default format for new documents: either "classic" Office binary or the Office OpenXML formats introduced in Office 2007.

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