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SoftMaker Office 2010 20% off sale

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Posted 8 years ago | News | 6 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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SoftMaker, creators of the award winning SoftMaker Office sale have announced a 20% off sale. Between 25th and 31st July all products (both CD and download) in the SoftMaker e-store are subject to a 20% discount in all currencies.

SoftMaker Office for Windows CE lets you open, edit, and save any Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file directly on Windows CE without conversion; retaining all the formatting, functions, and contents of your Office files.

SoftMaker Office 2010 includes TextMaker, PlanMaker and SoftMaker Presentations for Windows CE 4.2 or higher devices.

A free 30 day trial is available of the suite on all supported platforms and can be downloaded directly from the SoftMaker site.

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Posted on 27 July 2011 at 09:18

Comments on this article

There are 6 comments for this news item.

C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 27 July 2011 9:49:52 AM
Has anyone had any luck getting this running on HPC2000 at all?
SharpMobilon's Avatar SharpMobilon 28 July 2011 7:14:59 PM
Yes with alpaxo Red Gear
Paianni's Avatar Paianni 27 July 2011 11:39:55 AM
someone on here reported that it would work on Jornada's with Redgear as it uses ARM CPU. Just no MIPS sadly.
Paianni's Avatar Paianni 28 July 2011 9:44:35 PM
...but only if it has 64MB of RAM. So you need a Jornada 728 or an NEC MobilePro 900.
SharpMobilon's Avatar SharpMobilon 31 July 2011 9:33:30 PM
if it has 32 of ram.
SharpMobilon's Avatar SharpMobilon 01 August 2011 2:02:31 AM
http://www.todopocketpc.com/showthread.php/219087-Softmaker-Office-2010-para-Jornada-720-Windows-Ce-3.0
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