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James Knott  wrote:

There is AndroidOpenOffice.

I tried that a while ago, on my Nexus 7, and it didn't work very well. 

It is very inconsistent in how well it works.  The updates, bug-fixes, etc. can either be much 
better, or much worse than the previous version.

For the most part, releases within the last month are much more stable, and offer more features 
that work as expected, than releases from even four months ago.

All that said, I don't think it quite yet suitable for mission critical work.

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