[App] AndrOpen Office
You can view, edit, export office documents using full features of the OpenOffice.
AndrOpen Office has 6 components:
Writer (a word processor)
Impress (presentation graphics)
Math (equation editor)
AndrOpen Office is forked project from the Apache OpenOffice project.
AndrOpen Office is not affiliated with the Apache OpenOffice project.
Arabic / Czech / Danish / German / English (British) / English (US) / Spanish / Finnish / French
Hungarian / Italian / Japanese / Korean / Dutch / Polish / Portuguese (Brazilian) / Russian / Slovak
Slovenian / Swedish / Chinese (simplified) / Chinese (traditional) / Portuguese (European) / Greek / Indonesian / Turkish
(العربية / Čeština / dansk / Deutsch / English (British) / English (US) / Español / Suomi / Français
Magyar / Italiano / 日本語 / 한국어 / Nederlands, Vlaams / język polski, polszczyzna / Português (do Brasil) / Русский / Slovenský jazyk (slovenčina)
Slovenski jezik (slovenščina) / Svenska / 简体中文 / 正體中文 / Português (Europeu) / Ελληνικά / Bahasa Indonesia / Türkçe)
Supported File Formats:
You can import and export following formats;
Microsoft Word (DOC / DOT / RTF)
Microsoft Excel (XLS / XLT)
Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT / POT)
OpenDocument (ODT / ODS / ODP / ODG / ODF)
Text (TXT / CSV)
Adobe Photoshop (PSD)
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
Windows Metafile (EMF / WMF)
Tagged Image File Format (TIFF)
Data Interchange Format (DIF)
Portable Anymap Format (PBM / PGM / PPM)
OS/2 Metafile (MET)
Sun Raster Image (RAS)
Mac Pict (PCT)
X PixMap (XPM)
StarView Metafile (SVM)
You can import following formats;
Microsoft Word 2007 (DOCX / DOTX)
Microsoft Excel 2007 (XLSX / XLTX)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (PPTX / POTX)
T602 Document (602)
Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM)
Truevision Targa (TGA)
X Bitmap (XBM)
Zsoft Paintbrush (PCX)
Kodak Photo CD (PCD)
You can export following formats;
Portable Document Format (PDF)
HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
Macromedia Flash (SWF)
JPG / GIF / PNG / BMP
Support for embedded object
Export documents to PDF
Save documents to other file formats
Support for password
Support for digital signature
Motion Event Assigns:
Device’s motion events (mouse, pen, finger, trackball) are assigned to mouse events of X Window System.
Single Tap = Click Left Button
Double Tap = Double Click Left Button
Long Tap = Click Right BUtton
Move = Drag & Drop
And some gestures are assigned to application actions.
Pinch Out = Hide Buttons
Pinch In = Show Buttons
Long Tap Of X Button = Force Exit
You can get short cut of commonly used operations by natigation bar.
The short cut is:
Clse, Save, Copy, Cut, Paste,
Scroll to left, Scroll to right, Move to left, Move to right,
Scroll up, Scroll down, Page up, Page down,
Open keyboard, Open numeric keypad, Zoom in, Zoom out,
Cannot save as non-ascii file name.
Please report bugs below e-mail address;
About Apache OpenOffice:
“Apache OpenOffice” is a trademark of the Apache Software Foundation.
This product includes many open source codes (not GPL).
Thanks to Open Source!!!
AndrOpen Office user reviews :
Fantastic first release! A bit bulky and slow on my older tablet, but it works! I would suggest building in support for cloud storage like Google drive in the file –> open function, but if you go to your drive and click on a file like an ODT, it will launch AOO. This is truly brilliant and a most welcome addition to Android. Can’t wait to see it evolve, but a great first step!
Beats the rest hands down! Does everything I expect with results that are equal to my install of LibreOffice on my Linux machines. Great to be able to have the same functionality regardless of device. 5 stars is a gimme on this app. I would suggest to the developers that the softkeyboard toggle be user locateable. It currently impedes the ability to navigate from sheet to sheet in Calc. This is not a show-stopper, but would be helpful to address. Bottom line, this is an excellent example of how mobile apps should be.
A real office suite for Android A very good start to porting a desktop app to Android. The issue is that since this is a direct port, menu function like Print are not useful on Android – but it would be good to have a solution to print directly without a separate app. I manage a number of databases, so where do I place the JDBC drivers to configure the connection. The silly prompts suggests I contact the system administrator??? The dialog boxes should be made to be more “Android-centric” and not just a carry over from the desktop version. A few more improvements here will help compel me to ditch all others…
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