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Le 14/09/2015 14:41, Tom Davies a écrit :

Hi Tom,

Has anyone here used the AndrOffice or the LibreOffice version on Android?

AndrOpenffice is a huge download, but is usable offline. It is also
rather clunky, and not really optimized for use with a touch screen, as
it basically just draws the whole OOo interface, which is far too fiddly
for fingers and touch screens. If your tablet has a keyboard and mouse
pointer, well it actually works pretty well most of the time (except for
Base, which is even more unstable than usual).

The LibreOffice Viewer for Android is just that - a viewer. You can't
edit documents with it (unlike AndropenOffice), and it is pretty
hopeless at displaying all the files in a given directory on the tablet
or phone. For some reason, someone thought that it would be useful to
cripple the built-in file finder, so as to list only those files which
are ODF.

So, if you have an Android tablet with a keyboard, AndrOpenOffice is
currently still the winner with regard to ODF import and editing.


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