Or, you could just use a flash drive to transport the files if your school
allows their use.
On Thu, 13 Feb 2014 19:30:22 +1100
Keith Bates <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There are many services which enable you to do that. Dropbox
(www.dropbox.com) is one popular service with apps for mobile phones and
Another service is Google Drive (drive.google.com)
There are also many others.
On 13/02/14 13:54, email@example.com wrote:
are people with libreoffice able to have an account that they can save work
to so that they don't have to use the same computer all the time.
I am a middle school student and I am doing this from a home computer and I
want to be able to access my spreadsheets from my school computers and ipads
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