Office for zire 31?

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  1. DayDreameR

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    is there a program for zire 31 that i can use excel in?
  2. Dick Tracy

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    Welcome to Brighthand DayDreameR.

    Try Documents to Go from Dataviz.com.
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    tnx mate that was fast answer.
    Isn`t there a freeware option?
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    headcronie Greyscale. Nuff Said. Moderator Super Moderator

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    There are a few 'spreadsheet' like programs available. But to the best of my knowledge, they don't do any calculations. Rather they just store static information. Try doing a search at www.freewarepalm.com As for any excel freebie.. I know of none..
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    ok i got documents to go now.
    But does it not calculate formels for me in excel?
    Anyone know if it does.
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    It will calculate most formulas... with a few exceptions...
    Check the dataviz site for more info.
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    cant`find any info on their homepage.
    I have a simple formula, like this:
    =(F7-0)/H3 But the documents to go on my palm does not understand it.
    pse help..
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    I'm excel deficient... You're already over my head... I only use it for static data...

    Anybody else able to help here?
  9. Dick Tracy

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    Help is available in the Docs to Go Desktop. Information on formulas is there.
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    I tested your formula with out problem. You do have values in F7 and H3? Changing values of either provided expected result.

    You could try removing the minus 0, and input as =(F7/H3), or set as =((F7-0)/H3), the version of DtG is 6.08 that I tested with.
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    QuickOffice is the less common alternative to Docs To Go since DTG is bundled with many Palm handhelds. QO has it's tradeoffs, but it also has some advantages over DTG like better fonts among many others that make it preferred over DTG. This is also shareware

    http://www.quickoffice.com/

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    Freeware spreadsheet app. Unfortunately, there?s no ability to perform calculations/formulas, no desktop component, nor Excel compatibility, but seems to work great for just static data

    FreeGrid
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/database/freegrid.shtml
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    zire31rocks Mobile Enthusiast

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    Truly

    There's even a freeware app to resembles M$ Access/database app, but yet, no slideshow/PowerPoint
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