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can you use MS office word on chromebook?

asked on April 26, 2013

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You can't install word, but I signed up for a free Skydrive account from Microsoft and I use that. Skydrive has a web version of Microsoft Word that works fine for everything I need. You can store your files there as well. You get 7 gb of space. Google docs works as well, but if you need 100% Microsoft file format,… see more You can't install word, but I signed up for a free Skydrive account from Microsoft and I use that. Skydrive has a web version of Microsoft Word that works fine for everything I need. You can store your files there as well. You get 7 gb of space. Google docs works as well, but if you need 100% Microsoft file format, Skydrive works for that. see less You can't install word, but I signed up for a free Skydrive account from Microsoft and I use that. Skydrive has a web version of Microsoft Word that works fine for everything I need. You can store your files there as well. You get 7 gb of space. Google docs works as well, but if you need 100% Microsoft file format, Skydrive works for that.
Jim answered on April 27, 2013
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The Chromebook is strictly online only.
Shirley A. Prather answered on April 27, 2013
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Go to the Chrome web store and search for "skydrive" and add that app to your Chrome browser. Once signed in, it allows you to use an online version of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel which basically look just like the software desktop version. Hope this helps you.
Joseph answered on May 6, 2013
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Yes you can if you hook into Office online. Google Docs works just as well and will make the conversion for you without any mis-steps.
Robert Fischer answered on April 27, 2013
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You need to go to Google aps. Use that feature on line.
Jesus Herrera answered on April 26, 2013
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No. Consider docs.google.com
Kenneth Matinale answered on April 26, 2013
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