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Le 24/08/13 11:21, Jay Ridgley a écrit :

Hi Jay,

"there were no regular installation files available and to make another

She is running MAC OSX How should she proceed?

There is currently no fully functional mobile version of LibreOffice
available for Android or iOS touchscreen devices. There are ports being
developed for both Android and iOS (iPad) to allow at least reading of
ODF documents, but these represent a significant amount of work and the
project is still quite a way off releasing something that will be
publicly acceptable.

In the meantime, if your colleague wants to just be able to read ODF
files on her iPad, she could try this :

Symphony also exists as an ODF reader app for Android.

The Symphony app also allows synching :


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