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Microsoft Office On Android: How To Install

Microsoft is looking to expand its Office suite beyond its traditional base. Here's a look at how to install and use Office on Android smartphones and tablet.
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Find The Right Microsoft Office Mobile App

First things first: Microsoft provides different apps for Android phones and tablets, so you'll need to find the right Microsoft Office Mobile app for your Android device in the Google Play Store.
- 	For Android phone users, Microsoft offers a bundle of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint in a single app, and OneNote can be downloaded separately. Make sure your phone runs Android 4.0 or higher.
- 	For Android tablet users, Microsoft offers individual applications for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Make sure your tablet is an Android KitKat 4.4 with a minimum 7.0-inch screen.

(Image: Developed in a lab environment using Office on Android)

Find The Right Microsoft Office Mobile App

First things first: Microsoft provides different apps for Android phones and tablets, so you'll need to find the right Microsoft Office Mobile app for your Android device in the Google Play Store.

For Android phone users, Microsoft offers a bundle of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint in a single app, and OneNote can be downloaded separately. Make sure your phone runs Android 4.0 or higher.

For Android tablet users, Microsoft offers individual applications for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Make sure your tablet is an Android KitKat 4.4 with a minimum 7.0-inch screen.

(Image: Developed in a lab environment using Office on Android)

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4/28/2015 | 6:14:29 PM
How the mighty have fallen
I find it amusing that in order to compete with LibreOffice/OpenOffice and other free open source office suites available on Android, MS has to offer Office for free. 
Vishal0soni
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4/24/2015 | 5:14:00 AM
Handy for Android Lovers
This is pretty handy information for Android lovers.
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