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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 <> wrote:

Hi Maddie

There are many services which enable you to do that. Dropbox 
( is one popular service with apps for mobile phones and 

Another service is Google Drive (

There are also many others.

On 13/02/14 13:54, 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

please respond.

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