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Chapter 18. Working Together on Office D... > Using Office Mobile 2010 - Pg. 458

Using Office Mobile 2010 If you have a Windows Mobile 6.5 phone, you can use Office Mobile 2010 ( New! ) to work with your files from anywhere. If you have a touch screen device, you can intuitively scroll through menus and navigation documents. You can use an Office Mobile 2010 pro- gram to view and edit Office documents stored on your phone, sent to you as e-mail attachments, or stored on a Microsoft SharePoint server through SharePoint Workspace Mobile 2010. When you use the SharePoint Workspace Mobile, you can save document changes to the SharePoint server or sync changes when you're offline. If you need a secondary monitor, you can connect your phone to your computer using Bluetooth, and use your phone as a second- ary monitor to deliver a document or presen- Don't Have Office Mobile 2010 You can view Office files even if your phone doesn't have Office Mobile 2010. With Mobile Viewers for Microsoft Office, you can use your browser-enabled cell phone to read Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word files in organizations that have installed and configured Microsoft Office Web Apps on a SharePoint 2010 server. The following devices provide support for Mobile Viewers for Office: Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Nokia S60, and Japan feature phones including docomo, SoftBank and KDDI by au phones. Over time, this list of supported devices will expand and grow. Check online at Office.com and search for cell phone use of Office Web Apps.