This undated screen shot shows quickoffice, a program designed to make Apple and Android mobile devices compatible with Microsoft Office even if the software isn't installed on them. Google Inc. bought the company making it this summer as part of its attempts to siphon sales away from Microsoft Corp.The app can be downloaded for $19.99 and includes programs similar to Microsoft's Word for documents, Excel for spreadsheets and PowerPoint for presentations. But the programs have some shortcomings and don't mesh perfectly with the Microsoft versions. ( AP Photo/Quickoffice)

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This undated screen shot  shows quickoffice, a program designed to make Apple and Android mobile devices compatible with Microsoft Office even if the software isn't installed on them. Google Inc. bought the company making it this summer as part of its attempts to siphon sales away from Microsoft Corp.The app can be downloaded for $19.99 and includes programs similar to Microsoft's Word for documents, Excel for spreadsheets and PowerPoint for presentations. But the programs have some shortcomings and don't mesh perfectly with the Microsoft versions. ( AP Photo/Quickoffice)
This undated screen shot shows quickoffice, a program designed to make Apple and Android mobile devices compatible with Microsoft Office even if the software isn't installed on them. Google Inc. bought the company making it this summer as part of its attempts to siphon sales away from Microsoft Corp.The app can be downloaded for $19.99 and includes programs similar to Microsoft's Word for documents, Excel for spreadsheets and PowerPoint for presentations. But the programs have some shortcomings and don't mesh perfectly with the Microsoft versions. ( AP Photo/Quickoffice)
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