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Microsoft finally brings Office to Android with new Word, Excel and Powerpoint apps that are well-designed and pack plenty of features.
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The Word app lets you edit text documents, adding photos, tables and other visual extras.
Excel lets you analyze and filter data, build charts and run formulas.
Powerpoint comes with many templates and themes for professional-looking slideshows.
All three apps have the same easy to use layout. There's a menu of recent documents at the left and a menu of templates on the right.
Using the touch interface you can tap anywhere to edit what you need. The controls feel very fluid and responsive.
All of the tools you'd want from Office are here, such as animated transitions in Powerpoint.
In Powerpoint, you can view a full-screen presentation and draw on it with the Ink tools.
You can share any file to your cloud storage, email it to a collaborator, save to it Evernote, or even add it to Google Drive.
Using Microsoft's processing service and Google Cloud Print, you can print any file from the apps.
With an Office 365 paid subscription, which starts around $6 per month, you get access to a few extra features, like tracking changes.
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