I’ve just released an important update for Home Document Manager. We now have support for the most popular Microsoft Office document formats! Currently this is .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt and .pptx.
In order to read Office documents, Home Document Manager requires that you have Office installed on your machine. If you have Office 2003 installed, you will be able to import .doc, .xls and .ppt files, but you won’t be able to preview them within the app (preview wasn’t introduced until Office 2007). If you have Office 2007 installed, you’ll be able to import and preview the full range of Office docs.
We’ve also added an option which allows Home Document Manager to use Adobe/Foxit PDF viewers inside the app to preview PDFs. You can enable this in the options.
Any issues or suggestions, feel free to drop us a line.
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