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On 19/07/18 04:34 PM, Tim-L wrote:

I wish LO would soon put out a read/write version for Android, and not just a viewer, 

There is an experimental mode, that theoretically allows for editing of
documents. It wouldn't open, much less edit any of the documents I
tested. :(
(One of the documents I tested, was teh list of extensions for LibO.)

I had to use AndrOffice [?]


The only way I could use that program, was to:
* Turn off Internet Access;
* Turn off BlueTooth Access;
* Turn off Cell Data Transfer;
* Turn off the phone;
* Turn on "Airplane Mode;
* Go to ">Settings >App >AndOffice", and clear both settings and cache;
* Reboot the tablet;
* Start AndrOffice;
* Use another device, if I had to access the net, whilst using AndrOffice;

That said, AndrOffice does have much more functional navigation controls
than either EuroOffice or LibreOffice.

Now I make sure I bring my tablet with me - filled with books, movies, music, and
everything I may need to create documents with it.

I use Markor for creating/editing text documents.

I'm looking for a basic spreadsheet program, that has good navigation
functionality, and respects my privacy. Even something as basic as the
one on my PC 2000 phone would be fine. (I've forgotten what it was
called, but my only objection to it, was that the file format it used
was not readable by any other software, on any other platform out there.)


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