Does droid do excel

agsone

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Does the droid have a spreadsheet application that I can move some spreadsheets from excel to the new application. I want to keep track of some statistics.:icon_evil:
 

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not sure

i am not certain but i think documents2go does this. check it out
 

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interesting....I thought with 2.0 and the 'google experience'....google docs would be fully functional.
 

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The spreadsheet in documents2go isn't working quite right on the Droid. I'm sure they're working on it.
 

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I don't see a mobile google docs website, but i would think that a google docs application would be quite a huge application (assumption). i can see them adding it in though at some point.
 

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I don't see a mobile google docs website, but i would think that a google docs application would be quite a huge application (assumption). i can see them adding it in though at some point.
....well I am able to edit my Gdoc spreadsheet when I sign in on the mobile website via my LG Voyager....it's slow as molasses, but does the job
 

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I have the Gdocs application and it seems to work fine. You just have to keep spreadsheets under 1MB.
 

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The spreadsheet in documents2go has been fixed. Major props to Datavis for handling it so quickly. :icon_ banana:
 

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I don't see a mobile google docs website, but i would think that a google docs application would be quite a huge application (assumption). i can see them adding it in though at some point.

on the main google page, drag down "more" and select DOCS
 

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excel and word docs through google docs

It appears that you can access and edit your documents and spreadsheets through your droid's browser interface with google docs. Just go to the web page (you can find it fast by hitting the more menu on the google search splash screen. ) its not perfect, but it is usable and effective.
 

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So I have a spredadsheet on Google Docs ...can I send it via an included app (out of the box)? The Gmail app does not seem to provide an option to add anything other than items from the device's picture gallery.
 

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what do you reccomend for spreadsheets?

I can not find an app named documents to go...can you provide me with the developers name or another name the app could be found under, such as an abbreviation.

Also, how can one create new spreadsheets using the mobile google documents web site. I can only seem to view them. Do you have to just visit the full web site/

Thank you
JR
 

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I just searched for "documents to go" and was able to find them in the marketplace. It's made by dataviz.

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