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Nokia E90 Communicator Using Quickoffice
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Supported file formats.. 4 Updating Quickoffice software.. 4 Using Quickmanager.. 5 Upgrade to editing version.. 5
Viewing presentations... 13 Slide view... 13 Outline view.. 14 Notes view... 14
Opening Office files.. 6
Launching Quickoffice.. 6 Creating new files... 6 Saving files... 7
Appendix A: Supported functions. 15 Appendix B: Some common features currently not supported. 16
Quickword... 16 Quicksheet... 16 Quickpoint... 16
Word processing.. 8
Text wrap... 8 Fonts... 8 Images.... 8 Tables... 8 Other content... 9
Viewing options..10 Formatting your spreadsheet..10 Multiple worksheets...11 Other content...12
Select > Office > Quickoffice. The purpose of this document is to guide you in using the Quickoffice application on your Nokia phone. Quickoffice allows you to view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and text files on your phone. It is assumed that you already know how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications on your PC computer and how to transfer files from your device to a PC computer and vice versa. Nokia E90 Communicator is delivered with Quickoffice version 3.8. To view version information, select Options > About Quickoffice. For more information or help, visit support.quickoffice.com Note: All file format are not supported. Apple Macintosh is not supported. Files saved as compatible with Microsoft Office by other programs on the desktop such as OpenOffice are often not fully compatible and may not open or save correctly in Quickoffice. Quickoffice only fully supports files created by official Microsoft applications or Quickoffice. Microsoft Office 2007 file formats are radically different from the formats used in previous versions of Microsoft Office. Because of this, Microsoft Office 2007 file formats are not supported in this version of Quickoffice. It is suggested that you save the documents in Microsoft Office 2003 file format and then open them in Quickoffice. Quickoffice will save documents in the file format version of the original document for example, if you edit a Microsoft Word 97 document in Quickoffice, it will be saved in Microsoft Word 97 format.
Supported file formats
Quickoffice opens and saves Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files in their native format. Quickoffice supports the following file formats: .doc Microsoft Word 97, 2000, XP and 2003 .xls Microsoft Excel 97, 2000, XP and 2003 .ppt Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, XP and 2003 .txt plain text format The.rtf format is not supported.
Updating Quickoffice software
You can update your Quickoffice software directly from your phone using Quickmanager or by visiting www.quickoffice.com.
Quickmanager is included in the Quickoffice application. With it you can access and purchase software updates and other software.
payment method. In most cases you can pay by SMS or credit card. All data transfer is encrypted by a standard encrypted HTTPS connection.
Upgrade to editing version
Some phones do not have the Quickoffice editing functionality enabled by default. You can verify this by checking the Quickoffice menus. If you can create a new file and edit an existing file, your software has editing functionality enabled. If not, you can update the software to a version that enables editing. To update to an editing enabled version: 1 Open Quickoffice and scroll to the Quickmanager tab. 2 Select Updates and upgrades and press the scroll key. 3 When you use Quickmanager for the first time, the list of update options will be refreshed. Select an update option and press the scroll key to install.
4 Follow the instructions on the screen and select a
Opening Microsoft Office files
Quickoffice consists of the following applications: Quickword Edits Microsoft Word documents and text files. Quicksheet Edits Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. Quickpoint Edit Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. When a file type supported by Quickoffice is opened from any application such as the Inbox or web browser, the file will be opened in the appropriate Quickoffice application; Microsoft Word or text documents in Quickword, Microsoft Excel workbooks in Quicksheet, and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations in Quickpoint.
Creating new files
Quickoffice allows you to create new Microsoft Word or Excel files on your mobile phone. 1 Select Options > New. 2 Specify a location, a file type, and a name for the new file. When you are done, select Save.
Select > Office > Quickoffice. The first three application tabs in Quickoffice list Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. Files saved on your device in C:\Data\Documents\ and on the memory card in E:\Documents\ folder and subfolders will be listed. To open a file, select the file and press the scroll key. If you do not see your Microsoft Office file listed in Quickoffice, make sure the file name has a supported extension such as.doc for Microsoft Word documents, and that the file is located in one of the above specified locations.
To save edited changes, press Back. This will close the document and save any changes. To save to a different file, select Options > Save as. This allows you to specify a location for the file. Save as also allows you to save a Microsoft Word document in.txt (plain text) format. Saving as a text file will cause all formatting, pictures and objects in your file to be lost. To exit without saving, select Options > Exit without saving.
If the option New is not available, creating office files is not enabled on your phone. You can purchase the editing capability using Quickmanager. If the option to create Microsoft PowerPoint files is not available, you can enable that feature by upgrading to Quickoffice version 4 or later.
Quickword supports.doc and.txt file formats. It is optimized for your Nokia E90 Communicator, and in many ways using it is different from viewing Microsoft Word documents on your PC computer.
The version of Quickword supplied with Nokia E90 Communicator does not support the display of images embedded in Microsoft Word documents. However, when the document is edited and saved by Quickword, any images in the document will be retained; they will be visible when the document is transferred back to a PC.
Quickword automatically wraps the text to fit your phone screen at the selected zoom level. This allows you to read a document without the need to scroll left or right.
For display purposes, tables are resized to fit your screen at the selected zoom level. The tables may look different from the original format. However, when the document is saved, the original table formatting is retained.
While your document may use several fonts, Quickword uses the system fonts available on your Nokia E90 Communicator. Since the system fonts are different from the commonly used fonts on your PC computer, your documents may appear somewhat different. However, when you edit and save a document in Quickword, the original font information is retained. When you open your document on a PC, it appears the same way as before. Any new text added in Quickword will automatically use the same font that precedes the new added text in the paragraph.
Your original Microsoft Word document may contain macros, embedded files, comments, track changes and other more advanced features. This content cannot be viewed with the current version of Quickword.
Quicksheet supports the.xls file format. It is optimized for your Nokia E90 Communicator, and in many ways using it is different from viewing spreadsheets on your PC computer.
Formatting your spreadsheet
To format a spreadsheet: 1 Select the cell, row, column or range you want to format. To select a cell Use the scroll keys and navigate to the desired cell. To select a column Select Options > Edit range > Column, then use left and right scroll keys to select the desired column. To select a row Select Options > Edit range > Row, then use up and down scroll keys to select the desired row. To select a range Select Options > Edit range > Block, then use the scroll keys, while holding the Shift key to select the desired range. 2 Select the type of formatting. To specify number format Select Options > Formatting. This allows you to specify the type of
Quicksheet provides several features to help you overcome the limitation of the screen size. Zoom Select Options > Zoom > Out to view more cells and Options > Zoom > In to view more of the details. Freeze panes Select Options > Freeze panes to freeze the cells above and to the left of the highlighted cell. Pan Select Options > Pan to display an overview of the spreadsheet. In the overview empty cells are represented by white rectangles, and non-empty cells by light-grey rectangles. Your current viewpoint is identified by a grey background block that you can move with the scroll key. Select OK to view the selected region in normal mode. Resize Select Options > Resize > Column and use the left and right scroll keys to decrease or increase the width. Select Options > Resize > Rows and use the up and down scroll keys to decrease or increase the height.
number format such as number, currency or date, number of decimals (if applicable) and whether to use a comma separator. To specify alignment Select Options > Alignment. This allows you to specify how to align the contents of the cell with respect to the cell border.
To edit a cell: 1 Select the cell you want to edit. 2 Select Options > Edit cell. This positions the cursor in the formula field. Use the left and right scroll keys to move within the cell. 3 Enter cell content. To insert an operator Select Options > Operators.
A spreadsheet can contain several worksheets. Quicksheet displays one worksheet at a time. In normal mode the name of the current worksheet is displayed on the status pane. To switch to another worksheet, select Options > Worksheet, and use the left and right scroll keys to select the desired worksheet. In worksheet selection mode: To rename a worksheet, select Options > Rename To delete a worksheet, select Options > Delete To insert a new worksheet, select Options > New sheet Worksheets that contain only charts are not listed in worksheet selection mode and hence cannot be deleted or renamed.
This allows you to insert an operator where the cursor is positioned. To insert a function Select Options > Functions. Functions are grouped by category. First select a category, and then select a function. A list of the supported functions in listed in Appendix A: Supported functions on page 15. To insert a reference Select Options > Select range. This allows you to insert a reference to another cell or range of cells.
To specify font Select Options > Style. This allows you to specify bold, italics, underline, font and text wrap. To specify colour Select Options > Colour. This allows you to specify the cell and text colour.
Quicksheet does not display some advanced spreadsheet features such as pivot tables, charts or macros.
Quickpoint supports the.ppt file format. It is optimized for your Nokia E90 Communicator, and in many ways using it is different from viewing presentations on your PC computer.
You can also zoom in and out in the full screen mode by pressing 1 (zoom out) and 2 (zoom in). To return to the normal view, press the scroll key. The slide view displays images, tables, shapes with borders, colour, text within objects with formatting and much more. However, there are important differences to note: Fonts While your presentation may use many fonts, Quickpoint uses the system fonts on your Nokia E90 Communicator. Since the system fonts are different from the commonly used fonts on your PC computer, your presentations may appear somewhat different. However, if you edit and save a presentation in the Slide view, the original font information is retained. When you open your presentation on a PC, it appears the same way as before. Animations and transitions Quickpoint does not render animations and slide transitions. Hidden slides In Microsoft PowerPoint you can mark certain slides hidden. Quickpoint displays hidden slides. Master slides This version of Quickpoint does not view master slides. Editing of graphics This version of Quickpoint does not support editing of graphics.
Quickpoint allows you to view presentations in either Slide or Outline mode. The Slide mode displays the presentation with graphics, while the Outline mode displays the presentations outline. In addition, Quickpoint provides a Notes view that displays the speaker notes for each slide. To switch between the views, use the left and right scroll keys.
By default, Quickpoint opens a presentation in Slide view, and the slide is fit to the screen. To view the presentation in full screen mode, select Options > Full screen. The slide is displayed without the signal strength, title, or battery level indicators, or the identification of the soft keys. This view provides the maximum viewing area and allows you to control the zoom level. The full screen mode uses the maximum zoom level. To change the zoom level, select Options > Zoom > In or Options > Zoom > Out.
The Outline view displays the title and body from each slide in a hierarchical view. To expand or collapse the each entry, select Options > Outline >Expand or Options > Outline >Collapse. In the outline view press 1 to expand and 2 to collapse the entry. The outline view displays any formatting such as font size, bold, italics, underline, and colour applied to the title or body. Note that the outline view does not display text within graphics. To view the text within graphics, use the Slide view.
The notes view displays the speaker notes if each slide. To edit the speaker notes, select Options > Edit note.
To edit the outline text or formatting, select Options >Edit. This displays the text of the current entry. Any changes made to the outline text are also applied to the slide view.
ABS ACOSH ASIN ATAN ATANH AVERAGE CODE COS COUNT DATE DAY DEGREES EXP FV HOUR INT IRR ISERROR ISNUMBER KURT LEFT LN LOG10 MAX MIN
ACOS AND ASINH ATAN2 AVEDEV CHAR CONCATENATE COSH COUNTA DATEVALUE DAYS360 EFFECT FACT HLOOKUP IF IPMT ISBLANK ISLOGICAL ISTEXT LARGE LEN LOG LOWER MID MINUTE
MOD NOMINAL NOW NPV PI POWER PRODUCT RADIANS RATE ROUND ROUNDUP SIN SKEW SQRT SUM TANH TIMEVALUE TRUNC VAR WEEKDAY
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Appendix A: Supported functions
Appendix B: Some common features currently not supported
The following features are not viewable in Quickword 3.8 but should be preserved in documents sent back to Microsoft Word on a PC. Comments Footnotes, Endnotes Bookmarks References Embedded files Images Macros & Forms Header and footer Multi-column layout Pivot tables Grouping Header and Footer Embedded Objects including images
The following features are not viewable in Quickpoint 3.8 but should be preserved in documents sent back to Microsoft PowerPoint on a PC. Comments Transitions Embedded movie or sound clip Slide Master Animation
The following features are not viewable in Quicksheet 3.8 but should be preserved in documents sent back to Microsoft Excel on a PC. Comments Ability to sort or filter data Charts Macros
Version 6.2 for Symbian S60 OS
Quickoffice Documentation 9/9/2009
Quickoffice User Guide
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Using The Quickoffice Application
Table of Contents
OVERVIEW OF QUICKOFFICE FOR SYMBIAN S60 OS NEW FEATURES IN QUICKOFFICE PREMIER 6.2 QUICKOFFICE 2007 VIEWER VERSUS QUICKOFFICE PREMIER 6 SUPPORTED FILE FORMATS PURCHASING & INSTALLING QUICKOFFICE UPDATING YOUR QUICKOFFICESOFTWARE UPGRADING FROM OLDER VERSIONS QUICKOFFICE FILEMANAGER OPENING MICROSOFT OFFICE FILES CREATING NEW FILES SAVING FILES WORD PROCESSING WITH Q UICKWORD QUICKSHEET SPREADSHEET APPLICATION QUICKPOINT PRESENTATION APPLICATION APPENDIX A: QUICKSHEET FUNCTIONS APPENDIX B: LIST OF FEATURES NOT CURRENTLY
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Overview of Quickoffice for Symbian S60 OS
The Quickoffice integrated application suite is the essential highperformance mobile office productivity tool for anyone on the go. Experience enterprisegrade Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Office functionality with leadingedge innovation and unparalleled easeofuse. Edit important files with confidence; Quickoffice maintains 100% data integrity and guarantees Microsoft compatibility. This User Guide describes the Quickoffice Suite version 6.2 designed for the Symbian S60 OS , Quickoffice features and how to use each of the modules in the Quickoffice Suite. The Quickoffice suite consists of four modules: Filemanager, Quickword, Quicksheet, and Quickpoint. Each is detailed in its own section. There are two variants of the office suite: Quickoffice 2007 Viewer and Quickoffice Premier 6. Quickoffice supports multiple Nokia S60 platforms. For this reason some features will only be present in certain phone configurations.
New Features in Quickoffice Premier 6.2
Quickoffice Premier 6.2 comes with a raft of new features, including: Compatibility with touch screen devices Support for Excel 2007 Charts Viewing PowerPoint 2007 files Localized versions for English, French, Italian, German and Spanish New fresh look for the office suite Support for ZIP files Support for password protected files Usability improvements like word count, go to cell, and many many more
For a full comparison of Quickoffice 6.2 Premier and Quickoffice 4.1, please go to the Quickoffice for Symbian S60 page and click the Version Comparison link in the right column. Page |3
Compatibility with touch screen devices Symbian S60 5th Edition devices such as Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia N97, and Samsung i8910 Omnia HD are fully supported for both editing and viewing. You can drag a word document around in Page Layout view, move objects around a slide in PowerPoint, drag to resize rows and columns in Quicksheet and much more. See the various module sections for more information.
Quickoffice 2007 Viewer versus Quickoffice Premier 6 Quickoffice 2007 Viewer is a view-only product as its name indicates. Quickoffice Premier 6 adds editing capabilities to the office suite. When you launch Quickoffice and select Options > Edit in the Quickoffice 2007 Viewer, a message will appear asking you to purchase a license or continue viewing your document.
If you have Quickoffice Premier, items from the Options > Edit menu will be immediately available.
Supported File Formats Quickoffice opens and saves Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files in their native format just as the equivalent Microsoft applications do on your computer. This allows Quickoffice to open and save files faster and minimize any loss of content or formatting while saving. Quickoffice supports the Page |4
Using The Quickoffice Application following file formats: .doc Microsoft Word 97, 2000, XP and 2003.doc x Microsoft Word 2007 binary format.xls Microsoft Excel 97, 2000, XP and 2003.xlsx Microsoft Excel 2007 binary format.ppt Microsoft PowerPoint 97, 2000, XP and 2003.pptx Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (view only).pps Microsoft PowerPoint Slideshow.txt plain text format.rtf format is not supported Files saved as compatible with Microsoft Office by other programs on the desktop (for example, OpenOffice) are often not fully compatible and may not open or save correctly in Quickoffice Quickoffice only fully supports files created by official Microsoft applications or Quickoffice itself.
Purchasing & Installing Quickoffice
Quickoffice comes pre-installed on many Nokia devices as well as some Samsung and LG smartphones. Depending on the device, Quickoffice may be found under Menu > Office, or Menu > Applications > Office or some other location, depending on your device and Operating
System. If Quickoffice is not installed in the ROM on your device or if you have
not separately installed a version of Quickoffice, go to the Quickoffice website and select the Symbian OS tab at the bottom of the page:
Click the Buy button on the left side of the page:
Using The Quickoffice Application Choose a payment method or enter your email address. Depending on your selection, one of several options will be presented for you to purchase. Complete the form in your browser and click the Confirm Payment (for credit card purchases) or Submit button to submit your payment. The next screen will request your Serial Number or International Mobile Equipment ID (IMEI) code for your device. To find this information go to the main screen on your device and type *#06#. The IMEI will be displayed on the screen. Enter that value and submit the form to go to the page where your unlock code is displayed along with a download link. If you are disconnected during this process, please visit http://www.quickoffice.com/unlock and enter your order code to proceed with the steps to get your unlock code and download link. Download the installer file to your computer for safekeeping, then transfer the file to your mobile device or install from the computer. Complete instructions for transferring the installer files from your computer to your mobile device are available at support.quickoffice.com. After the installer (.sis file) has been saved to your device, use the middle softkey (sometimes referred to as the scroll key) click or open the installer.sis file in your devices file manager to launch the installer. Once the installation is completed, you will be prompted to restart your device. After you restart Quickoffice will be available (typically) under Menu >Applications > Office or Menu > Office.
Upgrading from older versions
If you have an older version of Quickoffice on your phone, the Updates and upgrades option will show you the available upgrades, free software or other promotions. Simply go to the Updates and upgrades section within the available categories and you should find the latest offer for a Quickoffice upgrade there. Page |7
To update or upgrade to the newest version of Quickoffice launch Quickoffice and choose Updates & upgrades in the Filemanager navigation screen or use the navigation keys to view the Quickmanager tab and click on Updates and upgrades there. Your phone will connect to the internet via your wireless carrier connection or WiFi, if available and the Quickmanager or the App Store at Quickoffice.com will appear. Any new updates or upgrades will be listed in the Quickmanager or the App Stores catalog. Select the appropriate application to begin the download and update process.
Any purchase made through the Quickoffice mobile store is safe, secure and simple to execute. You will be guided through the process and offered various payment options depending on the software you are attempting to purchase and other factors (e.g., your network operator). For example, in most cases you can pay for purchases by Premium SMS or credit card. All data transfer is secured over a standard encrypted HTTPS connection.
Registration The first time you launch Quickoffice, you will be presented with a wizard welcoming you to the Quickoffice suite. A series of informational screens are presented to guide you through the details of the Quickoffice suite. The following paragraphs describe the screens that appear: 1. Quickoffice splash screen - There are no key actions required for this screen.
Using The Quickoffice Application 2. Welcome to Quickoffice text Read the text and select the right softkey or tap Next to continue
3. The end user license agreement is the next screen To accept and continue with the registration select the right softkey or tap Accept. To decline and exit Quickoffice select the left softkey or tap Decline.
Using The Quickoffice Application 4. Information about data connections that may be used within Quickoffice is displayed next As with the prior screen, you are presented the option to Accept or Decline using the right and left softkeys or by tapping the Accept or Decline links on the screen.
5. A software registration screen is the final step Select the email address entry and press the middle softkey or tap on the email address entry to go to the email address entry screen. Enter your email address and OK your entry. This will return you to step 4 of the wizard where you may elect to receive product updates or not. Click the right softkey or tap Register to register your Quickoffice software.
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This sequence of screens will only be presented once. As soon as the software has been registered, the wizard will no longer be presented. If you exit the wizard before having registered, the wizard will be relaunched at the point where you left the registration sequence the next time you launch Quickoffice. To view your registered email address, add a different email address or to change your preference to receive product updates, open Quickoffice and select Options > Help > Register. Fill out the information presented in the screen that follows and choose Register or press the right softkey (Done).
The Quickoffice Filemanager is the main entry point into Quickoffice. It lists all your files in the public sections of the device memory, mass memory (if available), and memory card. It also allows for basic file operations and enables you to open known files with the relevant associated applications. Zip File Support Quickoffice offers Zip file support directly from The Filemanager. In addition to showing the normal folder structure and files, Zip files are displayed in the file list view as browse-able folders with a distinguishing icon. You can open these zip folders and browse their content directly without first having to unzip the contents in a separate location. Quickoffice supports the following functions with regards to zip files: When a single file is selected inside the zipped file, only that file is uncompressed and opened. The selected file from within the zip file is opened in read-only mode and can be edited and "saved as" to create a write-able copy. Files/folders cannot be moved, copied or saved inside or into the zip file. Files/folders cannot be deleted from the zip file. Quickoffice only provides Delete, Move, Copy, Send as functionality on files but not folders. Because zip files are treated as folders, this functionality is not available for zip files from the main menu. However, from within the zip archive you can use the Save archive functionality to create a copy of the archive. If a zip file contains an internal file which has the read-only attribute set - the file will lose the read-only attribute when it is opened and saved as a write-able copy. Quickoffice does not support nested zip files (i.e. zip files within zip files), zip files with passwords or split/fragmented zip files. P a g e | 11
Using The Quickoffice Application Quickoffice Filemanager Views When Quickoffice is first launched, a Navigation View is presented. You can select to open a new document or open documents from memory locations, including phone memory cards and mass memory (for some devices). The Quickoffice Filemanager also stores recent documents for quick viewing. Select Options > Open or press the middle softkey or tap once on a document or folder on touchscreen devices to view a memory location or to open a new document. When a memory location is opened a File List view is presented. This view allows you to navigate the file system for the selected memory location. Use the scroll key (for non touchscreen phones ) or tap and drag to scroll to the desired folder or file. Select Options > Open, press the middle softkey or tap once (for touchscreen devices) to open a folder, Zip file or document. The Quickoffice 6.2 enhanced File List view displays file properties to assist in the organization of files. In this view you are able to do basic file operations for selected files including: Navigate files using the scroll key or by tap-dragging on touchscreen devices View a list of other file types (including PDF files) - in addition to MS Office files (Note: Other file types that are not opened within Quickoffice will open with their respective application on your device (if one is installed). Only the supported file types listed in the Supported File Formats section of this document will be opened in Quickoffice. Sort file list by Name, Date, Size or Type Create a new folder Rename a file Delete a file Copy a file to another location Move a file to another location View properties of a file Send a file via email or to a Bluetooth/Infrared recipient Browse the contents of a zip file
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Opening Office Files
Quickoffice consists of: Quickword Handles Microsoft Word documents and text files Quicksheet Handles Microsoft Excel spreadsheets Quickpoint Handles Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
When a file type supported by Quickoffice is opened from any application (such as the Inbox or browser), the file will be opened in the appropriate application, i.e., Word or text documents by Quickword, Excel workbooks by Quicksheet, and PowerPoint presentations by Quickpoint. Quickoffice 6.2 supports viewing of password protected Word and Excel files simply open the document and enter the password to begin viewing the document. When saving the document, use the Save as menu option to save your document without open password protection. Quickoffice 6.2 saves modify passwords, but does not save open passwords in protected files.
Creating New Files
Quickoffice allows you to create new documents, spreadsheets and presentations on your mobile phone. To create a new file, launch Quickoffice and select New document from the Quickoffice main menu. If the Quickoffice 2007 Viewer is installed, the editing features are disabled. In this case, a dialog will appear that reads:
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Using The Quickoffice Application If you decline the upgrade offer, the Scroll key will bring up the document in Page layout view. Once you do purchase the editing license and install Quickoffice Premier, the menu will return to state Edit. You can enable this feature directly from your phone using Updates & upgrades by purchasing and installing Quickoffice Premier 6 (version 6.2).
If you select New document > Document, the new Quickword document window will open with a default document named Document.doc. The keypad or touch screen on your mobile device can be used to enter and format text and perform other operations in the Document window.
If you select New document > Spreadsheet, the new Quicksheet document window will open with a default spreadsheet document named Spreadsheet.xls. The keypad or touch screen on your mobile device can be used to enter values and select formulae and perform other operations in your spreadsheets.
If you select New document > Presentation, the new Quickpoint document window will open with a default presentation slide named Presentation.ppt. The keypad or touch screen on your mobile device can be used to enter and format text, insert images and more.
To save edited changes and return to the main menu, simply press Close from the respective application. This will give you the options to Save, Save as, and Discard changes (Note: if saving a newly created document, Save will not appear since the document has not yet been saved under any existing name or location). Quickoffice fully preserves the data integrity of the document contents. P a g e | 14
The Format > Font menu command allows you to select a different font, size and color for the selected text.
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The Format > Paragraph menu command brings up the paragraph properties for the currently-selected text.
Fonts Retained in Document While your document may have several fonts, even embedded ones, Quickword uses the system font available on your phone to display text. The system font is different from some of the commonly used fonts on your computer and hence your document will appear somewhat differently. However, when a document created on your computer is edited and saved by Quickword, the original font information is retained if you open your document on the computer again, it should appear the same as before. Any new text that is added by Quickword on your phone will automatically default to the font that precedes the newly added text in that paragraph. You can change the font of the text as well, and even though these fonts may not be visibly distinguishable on your phone, fonts will be correctly stored in your document and display appropriately when transferred back to a computer. Text Wrap Quickword wraps the text to fit your phone screen, for the selected zoom level. This allows you to read a document without the need to scroll left or right. Images Quickword supports both the viewing and insertion of images within the context of a Word document. To insert an image select Options > Insert > Image. This will generate a list of images on the device. To quickly find the desired image, begin typing the filename and Quickword will filter the image files on your device to return the results. Once you find the desired image press Select. The image will be inserted where the cursor is blinking. (Note: You must be in edit mode to insert images- see Editing above for details). New to Quickoffice 6.2 is the ability to display PNG images, including transparent 32-bit PNGs.
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Using The Quickoffice Application Copy & Paste With Quickoffice 6.2 you can copy & paste text and cut or delete selected objects. You can also perform undo and redo editing operations. For example, select the text or object you wish to edit in the Editing view then choose Options > Edit > Copy to copy the selected text. Deselect the text and choose Options > Edit > Paste to paste the text back into your document. Choose Options > Edit > Undo to undo the paste operation and lastly choose Options > Edit > Redo to paste the text back into your document. Tables Tables can be both viewed and inserted with Quickword. If part of your table appears off of the screen simply scroll in the direction that it is cut off. If you wish to view more of the table in its entirety select Options > View > Zoom and press the down scroll key to zoom out. Touchscreen devices include zoom in/out icons on the User Interface above the Options and Back menu selections. To insert a table select Options > Insert >Table. Specify the number of rows and columns desired and press OK to insert your new table. Tables in Quickword support a variety of formatting such as color, embedded images, bullets, and more. A new feature in Quickword 6.2 is the ability to modify tables. You can insert new rows below or above the selected row, and also delete rows from the table. You may also delete the entire table if you wish.
To select a column
To select a range
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Using The Quickoffice Application Touchscreen devices If you have a touchscreen device you can simply tap and drag to select cells and you can use the row and column label headers to select entire rows or columns
Step 2: With a cell or a range of cells selected, you can choose the type of formatting To specify font style To specify font Select Options > Format > Font style This allows you to specify bold, italics, underline, and strikethrough Select Options > Format > Font This allows you to specify font and font size.
To specify color
Select Options >Format > Color This allows you to specify the cell and text color.
To specify alignment
Select Options > Format > Alignment This allows you to specify how to align the contents of the cell with respect to the cell border and whether to wrap text. Select Options > Format > Number format This allows you to specify the type of number format such as Number, Currency, Date, etc. Select Options > Format > Column autofit This fits the selected cell or range of cells to the largest text element in the cell or range, preventing text wrap.
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Using The Quickoffice Application Edit a cell Step 1: Navigate to the cell that you want to edit by using the scroll keys. Select Options > Edit cell or simply press the Select key. This positions a cursor in the formula box. Use the left and right navigation keys to move within the cells contents. On QWERTY keyboards, Press the Shift key while pressing the left and right scroll keys to highlight text and numbers for editing. On devices without full QWERTY keyboards, press the # key while using the scroll key. On some older devices the pencil key can be pressed while using the scroll key to select text within a cell. To save your changes go back to view mode select Options > Accept changes or press Cancel. Step 2: To insert an operator Select Options > Operators This allows you to insert an operator (ie. +, =) where the cursor is positioned Select Options > Insert Function Functions are grouped by category. First select the category and then select the appropriate function. The list of supported functions in listed in Appendix A. To insert a cell, row, column or range reference Select Options > Insert reference This allows you to insert a reference to a single cell, a row of cells or a range of cells. This feature is useful in writing functions, for example when returning the SUM for a range of cells.
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Using The Quickoffice Application To insert a new worksheet, select Options > Worksheet > Insert To delete a worksheet, select Options > Worksheet > Delete To recalculate a worksheet, select Options > Worksheet > Recalculate
Feature Support for charts or graphs in Quicksheet Microsoft Excel 2007 (xlsx) file format supports multiple chart types. Of these, Quicksheet supports the following: 2D Column charts 3D Column Box charts 3D Column Cylinder charts 3D Column Pyramid charts 2D line charts 2D line charts with markers 2D Scatter chart with lines 2D Scatter chart with markers 2D Scatter chart with lines and markers All Column typed charts support Clustered, Stacked, and 100% Stacked versions. Other chart types are not supported and result in a grey box being displayed to indicate there is a chart in the worksheet as shown in the screenshot to the right. The charts are shown floating on top of the grid view at the correct X Y co-ordinates. Chartsheets, where the entire worksheet is a chart are also supported. If the user updates the data of the chart, the chart will redraw to reflect the changes. The user can not add or delete charts and can also not modify chart properties such as size, position or add/delete data series in the chart. The legend (key) of a chart is not displayed. The older MS Excel 2003 chart types are also not supported. If a 2003 spreadsheet consists entirely of chartsheets, the opening of the spreadsheet will fail with an error note since there are no sheets in the workbook that can be displayed. Other Content Quicksheet does not display some advanced spreadsheet features such as pivot tables or macros. You can find a more comprehensive list of features not supported by this version of Quickoffice included in Appendix B.
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Quickpoint Presentation Application
Quickpoint is the presentation application for your phone. Quickpoint supports the.ppt,.pptx and.pps file formats. Quickpoint is optimized for your S60 phone. This section will help you understand how Quickpoint handles presentations and important differences from viewing presentations on your computer. Viewing Presentations Quickpoint provides the ability to view presentations in either the View or Edit screens. The View screen displays the presentation with graphics, while the Edit screen displays the presentation for editing. In addition to these two views, Quickpoint provides Outline and Notes modes that display the presentations outline and the speaker notes for each slide. To switch between the views, use the left and right scroll keys. New Features Quickpoint 6.2 now displays 32-bit PNG files with full transparency and includes performance optimization to enable viewing complex presentations. Slide View By default, Quickpoint opens a presentation in Slide view, and the slide is displayed in fit to screen mode. To view the slides in full screen mode select Options > Full screen. The slide is then displayed in a full screen without the signal strength, title, or battery level or the identification of the soft keys. This view provides the maximum viewing area. To return to Slide view, tap the screen once (touchscreen devices) or press the right softkey (once on some devices, twice on others). To change the zoom level in Full screen view, press the middle softkey. Each press will increase the zoom level until you reach 300%, after which each press of the middle softkey will decrease the zoom level until you reach 100%. In Slide view, select Options > Zoom then zoom in or out by pressing the middle softkey. Alternatively if you wish to zoom in full screen mode, the Options button may still be used (though its not labeled) by selecting Options > Zoom in or Zoom out. Quickpoint supports zoom views between 100% and 300% P a g e | 27
Using The Quickoffice Application The scroll key in Quickoffice 6 is used to pan your document when viewing at zoom levels greater than 100% The slide view displays images, tables, shapes with borders, color, text within objects with formatting and much more. The following sections describe other features available in Quickpoint:
Voice memo Quickpoint 6.2 has the ability to insert and playback voice memos. To insert a voice memo select Options > Edit Slide, then in Slide Edit mode select Options > Insert > Voice memo. Press Record to begin recording your voice memo and Stop to end recording. This will insert a speaker icon onto the slide. You can move this button by pressing the directional keys then pressing Accept to continue. You can now format the icon appearance or delete the voice memo, but you cannot record over or alter the voice memo. To play a voice memo, return to the View screen and choose Options > Review voice memos then choose Options > Play.
Fonts While the presentation may use many fonts, Quickpoint uses the system fonts on your phone. This may cause the presentation to appear somewhat differently from what you might see on your computer. However, if you edit the Presentation in the Outline mode and save the document, any original fonts should be retained if you open your presentation on the computer again, it should appear the same as before. Animations & Transitions Quickpoint does not render animations and slide transitions. You can find a more comprehensive list of features not supported by this version of Quickoffice included in Appendix B. Hidden Slides It is possible to mark certain slides hidden within Microsoft PowerPoint. Quickpoint displays hidden slides. Master Slide It is not possible to view the Master Slide in Quickpoint. P a g e | 28
Using The Quickoffice Application Slide View Options Edit Objects: Step 1: Select Options > Edit slide to enter slide editing mode. Press up or down on the Scroll button to select the appropriate object. Note: Quickoffice Premier version 6.2 supports open and view for PowerPoint 2007 files. Editing capabilities are not supported in the 6.2 version. Step 2: Note: Quickpoint will change menu selections to correspond with the object you are editing (i.e. Edit object may appear as Edit Textbox). Some actions are specific to certain objects. The following is a list of menu selections available when a text object is selected: To change text Select Options > Edit Textbox> Edit text This allows you to change the text content of an object. From the edit text screen you can change formatting. Press Options > Accept changes when finished. To move text Select Options > Edit Textbox > Move This allows you to move the text box up, down, left, or right. (Note: to move objects faster, press and hold the navigation key in the direction you wish to move the object) To resize text Select Options > Edit Textbox > Resize or Resize evenly This allows you to resize the text box. Resize evenly will change the width and height proportionally. To rotate text Select Options > Edit Textbox > Rotate This allows you to rotate clockwise or counterclockwise by pressing right or left respectively. Also, pressing up or down will rotate in 45 degree increments. P a g e | 29
Using The Quickoffice Application To flip text Select Options > Edit Textbox > Flip horizontally or vertically This allows you to flip the object either horizontally or vertically. To reorder text Select Options > Edit Textbox > Reorder This allows you to bring objects forward or back by pressing down or up respectively. To change font style Select Options > Edit Textbox > Font style This allows you to change text in terms of bold, italics, underline, and super/subscript. To change font Select Options > Edit Textbox > Font This allows you to change the font, size, and color of text in a text box. To change paragraph style Select Options > Edit Textbox > Paragraph This allows you to change the alignment, line spacing, space before and after paragraph, and bulleting of a text box. To change text properties Select Options > Edit Textbox > Properties This allows you to change fill and line style as well as specific size, position, and anchor point of text. To insert new object In Edit Slide mode, Select Options > Insert >Select Object This allows you to insert a textbox, image, autoshape, table, comment, or voice memo.
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Edit presentation Step 1: Select Options > Edit slide to enter slide editing mode. Step 2: To undo changes Select Options > Edit > Undo or Redo This allows you to undo or redo changes made (Note: you can also undo/redo from view mode by selecting Options > Undo or Redo) Redo is only available after an Undo operation To delete object To insert new slide Select Options > Edit > Delete Select Options > Slide > Insert new slide This allows you to insert a new slide (Note: you can also insert a new slide from view mode). To delete a slide Select Options > Slide > Delete slide This allows you to remove a slide from the presentation. To move slide Select Options > Slide > Move slide up or down This allows you to reorder slides in slide mode.
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View presentation (Note: the following is performed in view mode. If you are in edit mode press Back. To zoom in or out Select Options > Zoom This will allow you to zoom in or out by pressing up or down respectively. To go to a specific slide Select Options >Go to slide > Slide number This will open a dialog allowing you to insert a specific slide number to go to. To pan In zoom view at greater than 100%, press the right, left, up and down scroll buttons. This will allow you to pan around a slide by pressing the direction you wish to pan. To review comments Select Options > Review comments This will allow you to view any comments contained within the presentation. Select Options > Review voice memos This will allow you to listen to any voice memo within the presentation (Note: See voice memos under Slide View above for more information).
To review voice notes
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Outline Mode Options Quickoffice views occasionally have subsets that allow you to view content differently than you do in Microsoft Office products. Outline mode in Quickpoint displays the title and body of each slide in a hierarchical view. To get into Outline mode, with the document in the View screen, press the right scroll button. The title bar will display Outline, indicating the mode of the View screen. To expand or collapse each entry, select an item and then choose Options > Expand & collapse > Expand or Collapse. You can also collapse or expand all entries.
If the selected item in Outline mode is expanded, the submenu will present an option to Collapse or Collapse all. The outline view displays any formatting, such as Font size, Bold, Italics, Underline, Color applied to the title or body. Note: Outline view does not display text within graphics. To view the text within graphics, use the Slide view. Editing in Outline Mode You can easily edit the outline text or even the formatting by pressing the scroll key or by choosing Options > Edit outline text. This displays the text from the current entry which can then be edited
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Any change made to the outline text is also applied to the slide view. Notes Mode The Notes mode displays the speaker notes from each slide. The speaker notes can be edited by pressing the right scroll key twice from the View screen. To edit notes, select Options > Edit notes text. If you are in the Edit screen, remember to press the Back button to return to View screen.
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Using The Quickoffice Application Appendix A: List of Functions Supported by Quicksheet
Function ABS ACOS ACOSH ADDRESS AND ASIN ASINH ATAN ATAN2 ATANH AVEDEV AVERAGE CHAR CHOOSE CODE COLUMNS CONCATENATE COS COSH COUNT COUNTA COUNTBLANK DATE DATEVALUE DAY DAYS360 DDB DEGREES ERROR.TYPE EXACT EXP FACT P a g e | 35
FALSE FIND FV HLOOKUP HOUR IF INDEX INT IPMT IRR ISBLANK ISERR ISERROR ISLOGICAL ISNA ISNONTEXT ISNUMBER ISREF ISTEXT KURT LARGE LEFT LEN LN LOG LOG10 LOWER MAX MID MIN MINUTE MOD MONTH N
NOT NOW NPER NPV OR PI PMT POWER PPMT PRODUCT PROPER PV RADIANS RAND RATE REPLACE REPT RIGHT ROUND ROUNDDOWN ROUNDUP ROWS SECOND SIN SINH SKEW SLN SMALL SQRT STDEV STDEVA STDEVP STDEVPA SUM
Using The Quickoffice Application SYD T TAN TANH TIME TIMEVALUE TODAY TRIM TRUE TRUNC TYPE UPPER VALUE VAR VARA VARP VARPA VLOOKUP WEEKDAY YEAR
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Appendix B: List of Features Not Currently Supported By Quickoffice 6.2
The following features are not viewable in Quickword 6.2 Comments Footnotes, Endnotes Bookmarks References Embedded files Macros & Forms Multi-column layout
The following features are not viewable in Quicksheet 6.2 Comments Ability to sort or filter data Macros Pivot tables Grouping Header and Footer Embedded Objects including images
The following features are not viewable in Quickpoint 6.2 Transitions Embedded movie or sound clip Animation Master
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1. Overview of Quickoffice for Symbian S60 OS 2. New Features in Quickoffice Premiere 6.2 2.1. Comparison of Quickoffice Premier 6.2 and Quickoffice 4.1 2.2. Compatibility with touch screen devices 3. Quickoffice 2007 Viewer vs. Quickoffice Premier 6 4. Supported file formats 5. Installing Quickoffice 6. Updating your Quickoffice software 6.1. Nokia sponsors free Quickoffice Updates 6.2. Quickoffice Premier Free update instructions 6.3. Updating directly from your phone 7. Upgrading from older versions 7.1. Checking your current version 7.2. First time wizard 8. Quickoffice Filemanager 8.1. Overview 8.2. Zip File support 8.3. Quickoffice Filemanager views 9. Opening Microsoft Office files 10. Creating new files 11. Saving Files 12. Word Processing with Quickword 12.1. Overview 12.2. Viewing Word Documents 12.3. Editing Word Documents 12.3.1. Formatting Text with Quickword 12.3.2. Fonts Retained in Document 12.3.3. Text Wrap 12.3.4. Images 12.3.5. Copy & Paste 12.3.6. Tables 12.3.7. Find & replace 12.3.8. Spell check 12.4. Other content 13. Quicksheet Spreadsheet application P a g e | 38 13.1. Overview 13.2. Optimized viewing 13.2.1. Overview 13.2.2. Zoom 13.2.3. Full screen 13.2.4. Freeze panes 13.2.5. Cell view/edit 13.2.6. Resize 13.3. Editing spreadsheets 13.3.1. Format your spreadsheet 13.3.2. Edit a cell 13.3.3. Edit your spreadsheet 13.3.4. Preferences 13.4. Multiple worksheets 13.5. Feature support for charts or graphs in Quicksheet 13.6. Other content Quickpoint Presentation application Overview 14.1. Viewing presentations 14.2. 14.3. Slide view 14.3.1. Overview 14.3.2. Voice memo 14.3.3. Font 14.3.4. Animations & transitions 14.3.5. Hidden slides 14.3.6. Master slide 14.4. Slide view options 14.4.1. Edit objects 14.4.2. Edit presentation 14.4.3. View presentation 14.5. Outline view options 14.5.1. Overview 14.5.2. Editing in Outline mode 14.6. Notes mode Appendix A: List of functions supported by Quicksheet Appendix B: List of features not currently supported by Quickoffice Index
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