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  1. Kurt

    How are you suppose to open them though? Chrome OS cannot run Microsoft Word etc.

      1. Kurt

        My question is how? What program will it be running to open it? Google Docs? Asking because it usually doesn’t format previous docs correctly.


        1. uhmm I am unsure about this.. I will check it and let you know..

  2. link6155

    @Dinu, I think he is asking how does Chrome OS view these files as it does not have any native apps such as OFfice 2010.


    1. As far as I can see, it is opened in the browser it self… I saw a screenshot on the forum just now…

      You need the native client enabled from chrome://flags page.

    2. Kurt

      Exactly! Sorry I should have been more clear.

  3. mirek2

    What about ODF?


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