Quickoffice for iPhone 1.1.1
- Quickoffice Startup Screen
This little splash screen only appears for about 5 seconds while the app is loading.
- iDisk and iPhone
What you see here are the buttons that lead you to file listings for your iDisk (MobileMe users only) and for what's on your iPhone. At the bottom is the IP address where I can browse or mount my iPhone.
- Document list
Here are the docs currently on my iPhone. The icons at the bottom let you (from left) add a new folder, move a document to a folder, email a document, delete a document, or create a new document.
- iDisk as viewed from Quickoffice
From Quickoffice, I can see all of my iDisk folders. I can also move them from iDisk to my iPhone or email them to anyone I want.
- Deleting a file
Deleting a file is as simple as tapping the trash can icon. A dot appears next to each file, allowing you to select one or multiple files for deletion.
- Emailing Documents
If I wanted to send my 1999 income tax info to my accountant, all I'd have to do is whip out the iPhone, connect to my iDisk, tap on that Tax99 folder, and then send the entire folder to her.
- Document editing
This is part of a 157 page manuscript. It came across perfectly. The icons at bottom allow you to change font style/type/color, add bullets, bring up a keyboard, cut/copy/paste, or undo your work.
- Changing formatting
You can bold face, italicize, change font color, highlight text, or change the font and style from this one menu.
- A well formatted Quickoffice document
As you can see, you can have images inserted (can't do that in QuickOffice, but they do come over from Word), different fonts, styles, and colors, etc...
- Selecting text for cut and paste
To start selecting text for cut/copy/paste, you just double-tap a word. That highlights the word with small "drawer pulls" at each end that you can drag across the screen to resize the selection.
- The Edit menu!
Yes, here you can cut, copy, paste or delete text. This can only be done between Quickoffice documents so far...
You can turn off file transfers, require a passcode to get into Quickoffice, and more.
- iDisk setup
Have more than one MobileMe account? Want to create a Public Folder to put documents into? Do it from your iPhone with QuickOffice
- What's wrong with this picture?
I was editing in landscape mode, and this save dialog appeared in portrait. Weird.
- It's a spreadsheet
This shows how spreadsheets come over to the iPhone with all of their formatting pretty much intact. The pinch gesture allows you to see more of the spreadsheet.
- Lookup and Reference Functions
Some of the headings for types of the 125 different spreadsheet functions built into Quickoffice.
- More functions
This is just a small sampling of some of the functions available for financial calculations in Quickoffice for iPhone.
- Major Function Categories
You can't even fit the major function categories on one screen.
- Math & Trig Functions
Get yer math and trig functions right here!
- Big ledger, little screen
Here's the big ledger spreadsheet I imported into Quickoffice just to see if it worked. It did.