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Can I use Office 2010 for Windows on this O/S?

asked on June 1, 2013

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First of all, there is no internal storage for installing Office 2010 or any PC software. The only option is Chrome apps. But you can certainly open and edit an Office application like Word, Excel or PowerPoint. Google Drive is invoked In that process. The document could be an attachment or stored in an external hard d… see more First of all, there is no internal storage for installing Office 2010 or any PC software. The only option is Chrome apps. But you can certainly open and edit an Office application like Word, Excel or PowerPoint. Google Drive is invoked In that process. The document could be an attachment or stored in an external hard drive as a file see less First of all, there is no internal storage for installing Office 2010 or any PC software. The only option is Chrome apps. But you can certainly open and edit an Office application like Word, Excel or PowerPoint. Google Drive is invoked In that process. The document could be an attachment or stored in an external hard drive as a file
Rizearcher answered on June 1, 2013
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If you have MS SkyDrive (free with an Outlook.com email address), you can use the simplified free web app versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint online. You can't install Office tho' - but if your needs are fairly basic, the web app versions might suffice.
If you already have SkyDrive, or can arrange to try someone e… see more
If you have MS SkyDrive (free with an Outlook.com email address), you can use the simplified free web app versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint online. You can't install Office tho' - but if your needs are fairly basic, the web app versions might suffice.
If you already have SkyDrive, or can arrange to try someone else's with their permission, look at the web apps there, and see if they are sufficient for your needs. see less
If you have MS SkyDrive (free with an Outlook.com email address), you can use the simplified free web app versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint online. You can't install Office tho' - but if your needs are fairly basic, the web app versions might suffice.
If you already have SkyDrive, or can arrange to try someone else's with their permission, look at the web apps there, and see if they are sufficient for your needs.

Dr. Mark Tweedie answered on June 2, 2013
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I know there is a viewer for some documents, but not certain if it will actually let you fully work with Office 2010.
Amazon Customer answered on June 1, 2013
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Hell no.
Kindle Customer answered on June 1, 2013
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