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Can you install Microsoft Office on tablets?

I’d love to get a tablet but I really need to be able to use Microsoft Office, is it possible to get one?

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    ELfaGeek
    Posted 1 year ago

    The ONLY Tablet that might run MS-Office is Microsoft’s over-priced, and underwhelming, Surface Tablet (or it’s clones). It runs Windows 8 Pro, and it was just released in early Feb. 2013, and, a MS-Office 60-day TRIAL is included. You will PAY later.

    But, as long as Google Docs exists, it does most of what MS-Office can do, it’s always available online, and, it’s free to use. Open Office, Oxygen Office, and LibreOffice are free downloadable alternatives, so Google for them, too.

    Android Tablets, can run the free KingSoft Office, for example, which is file-compatible with MS-Office. Find it (among other freebies) at the Tablet’s Android App Store.

    And, Apple’s Mobile Devices have many free alternatives to MS-Office at the iTunes App Store.

    TIP: Nobody needs to BUY MS-Office for personal use, period. Business use is a whole other story…

One comment on “Can you install Microsoft Office on tablets?

  1. ELfaGeek on said:

    The ONLY Tablet that might run MS-Office is Microsoft’s over-priced, and underwhelming, Surface Tablet (or it’s clones). It runs Windows 8 Pro, and it was just released in early Feb. 2013, and, a MS-Office 60-day TRIAL is included. You will PAY later.

    But, as long as Google Docs exists, it does most of what MS-Office can do, it’s always available online, and, it’s free to use. Open Office, Oxygen Office, and LibreOffice are free downloadable alternatives, so Google for them, too.

    Android Tablets, can run the free KingSoft Office, for example, which is file-compatible with MS-Office. Find it (among other freebies) at the Tablet’s Android App Store.

    And, Apple’s Mobile Devices have many free alternatives to MS-Office at the iTunes App Store.

    TIP: Nobody needs to BUY MS-Office for personal use, period. Business use is a whole other story…

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