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Evernote I consider Evernote to be the closest alternative to OneNote, available from Google Play Store. For me, the biggest advantage of Evernote, which even OneNote doesn’t have, is the synchronization feature. Key Features: Sync all of your notes across the computers and devices you use Create and edit text notes, to-dos and task lists ...
Why not google documents? You can access google documents from your android phone and create and edit any document you want, and as part of the google documents functionality you can export these documents to multiple formats, including but not limited to Microsoft Office formats.
If you are willing to substitute Google Docs for Microsoft Officer there are a number of free options. If Microsoft Office compatibility is a must there is a free app called OliveOfficePremium. It allows for editing of Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents. It is free but it has somewhat mixed reviews. Most of the other Office compatible apps offer a ...
Thanks for introducing Lyx, pretty impressive open source app. There are two products from Verbosus. I understood that Lyx is a Latex based tool and hence producing this link. I am not confident enough whether suggested Latex editor will be equivalent to Lyx, but just trying to help.
Short Answer No, you cannot create a Chart using Microsoft Word for Android. However, You can create Chart using Microsoft Excel for Android. Long Answer If there was any, it should have been under Insert menu which does not have Charts currently Click to enlarge There is no option to create charts in Microsoft Word. Without any Office 365 ...
You might want to take a look at one of the following apps: NoteLynX Pro Outliner: Hierarchical organization of notes, customizable CSS, lots of formatting options, hyperlinks and more, XML export Wikilin: As the name suggest, a wiki-style editor. Cross-platform, different formatting options Ema Personal Wiki: Another wiki-style editor with dropbox ...
OneNote for Android? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.onenote&hl=en hope I got you right - as my answer is... well... just tooooo obvious :)
try PaSTE, free from the market, as per Text editor that supports italic text and tab indenting, via keyboard shortcuts So far the only thing I've found that supports CTRL + I and CTRL + B. G
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