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Can anyone recomend a FREE app that would allow me to open an email attachment that is a MS Word Document, edit it, & save it as a .doc or .docx?
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I use Docs Unlimited works great I purchased it they have a free version also
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I just sent an email with a word document to my ipad and iphone

both opened the attachment directly no app needed.

If you want to open the document as you would in word the you need Docs Unlimited
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Thanks, I think I will go with that.
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