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    Is anyone using Documents to Go on there Galaxy Tab? Has it been optimized for this? I am looking for a good document editing application. I need to be able to create new and open existing docx files? I realize that this app is going to cost me and I don't mind that I need the best option available.

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    Ask them, they're very bright and responsive. I bet you'd be fine. I love Docs To Go, have used it on every phone I've had since I found them back in the Palm days. And isn't there a 30 day trial/refund time?
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    IIRC, there's a free version that lets you view files, but not edit them. You could just download that and see how things look.
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    I use it on my galaxy tab and it works really well.

    I mostly edit spreadsheets with the google docs sync. As others have said, download the free version to get an idea of how it would look.
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    It works great on my tab and love to be able to sync all my files from my laptop very easily.

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    Thanks for all the responses. I have heard that you can only use the application with an active data connection. Is this true? This would be a major turn off for me as I will not always have either the 3G or wifi connection when I will be using the software.
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    Heck no, not true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SethGko View Post
    Thanks for all the responses. I have heard that you can only use the application with an active data connection. Is this true? This would be a major turn off for me as I will not always have either the 3G or wifi connection when I will be using the software.
    The only reason you would need an active data connection is to access files that are online (for example, Google Docs or DropBox files). But if the files are on the Tab, Docs to Go will work with or without a data connection.

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