Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are even better on Android

Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are even better on Android


Microsoft has released a major update to the apps that make up the Office suite in the Google Play Store. Word, Excel and PowerPoint just gained new functions that were being tested by the internal team of the same, included in the last update.

Microsoft Office Word : Option to copy and paste text with formatting (before it was just text) | Quickly search for a PDF file in the phone memory. | Configure the margins of your document.

Microsoft Office Excel : A new numeric keypad was added, making it easier to enter content when working with tables.

Microsoft Office PowerPoint : Add, edit, delete or respond to comments left in your PowerPoint presentations stored on Android.

Microsoft Office Word

The true Microsoft Word application developed for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Now Word documents are better than ever on your tablet and phone. When editing or creating documents, you can be sure that they will look the way you want them on your PC, Mac, tablet and phone. Word has the familiar look of Office coupled with an intuitive touch experience, so you’ll be working in a few moments.

Microsoft Office Excel

Microsoft Excel for Android is designed so you can work wherever you are. Use Excel to sort, analyze, and organize your data better. The free Excel application offers an experience with all the key features to view, create and edit documents on devices with a 10.1-inch screen or smaller.

Microsoft Office PowerPoint

t does not matter if you want to create a beautiful presentation from scratch or if you just need to read and do quick edits on the way to work, PowerPoint offers the best productivity experience. Work confidently knowing that your presentations are better with Office, and that you will not lose any formatting or graphics when switching devices. You’ll be able to easily access your presentations in the cloud whenever you need them.


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