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Creating a document HTC One V

1. On the Polaris Office main screen, tapCreating a document HTC One V

2. Choose a file type to create.

3. Start entering text.

4. PressCreating a document HTC One V

Editing a document

1. On the Polaris Office main screen, browse to the file that you want to edit and open it.

2. Do any of the following:

■ If your file is a Microsoft Office Word, a Microsoft Office PowerPoint, or a plain text document, tapCreating a document HTC One V

■ If your file is a Microsoft Office Excel document, tap a cell and then enter your changes in the text box.

3. Slide across the toolbar at the bottom to choose from different editing functions.

If you don't see the toolbar, tapCreating a document HTC One V

4. When done making your changes, pressCreating a document HTC One V

1. With the Microsoft Office PowerPoint document opened, tapCreating a document HTC One V

2. Tap |Creating a document HTC One V

3. Do any of the following:

■ To add another slide, tapCreating a document HTC One V

■ To edit text, tap a text box on the presentation twice.

■ To resize an image or a text box, tap it and then dragCreating a document HTC One V

■ Use the tool bar at the bottom to continue editing the presentation.

4. Tap _ to preview the presentation

Creating a document HTC One V

5. PressCreating a document HTC One V

Editing a worksheet

1. With the Microsoft Excel file opened, tap a cell on the worksheet.

2. Do any of the following:

■ Tap the formula bar and enter text, figures, or symbols.

■ To enter a function, tap fx

■ To select multiple cells, tap a cell and then dragCreating a document HTC One V

■ To change the format of the text or numerical value, tap a cell and then tap Creating a document HTC One V

■ To insert a graph, select the information that you want to include in the chart and then tapCreating a document HTC One V

■ Use the tool bar at the bottom of the screen to continue editing the worksheet.

3. PressCreating a document HTC One V


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