Office for Android apps updated with new features, performance enhancements

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If you’re Microsoft Office user, then you’re likely more worried about accessing and working with your documents than you are which platform you’re using to do so. With this in mind, Microsoft continues its efforts at making Office a compelling cross-platform productivity option. Yesterday, the company pushed updates to the production versions of their Office Mobile apps on Android that bring them closer in line with what’s been available in the Office Insider preview program.

Word:

  • Tables built for touch: Working with tables got easier! Touch controls let you insert and resize rows and columns.
  • Commands at your fingertips: Edit with speed! Have quick access to commands that make sense in the moment.

Excel:

  • Open CSV Files: You can now open comma separated values (.csv) text files.

PowerPoint:

  • Superscript and subscript: Format your text with superscript and subscript.
  • Create columns of text: Split a block of text into easy-to-read columns.
  • Commands at your fingertips: Edit with speed! Have quick access to commands that make sense in the moment.

If you’re already using Office Mobile on your Android device, then head over to the Play Store and hit the update button. Or, you can get started with them by downloading from the links below.

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