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View Office documents on your cell phone

With Mobile Viewers for Microsoft Office you can use your browser-enabled cell phone to read Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel documents. The Mobile Viewers for Office allow you access Office documents with your cell phone’s browser. You can catch up on a report or review an important presentation while you’re on the go even if your phone doesn’t have Microsoft Office Mobile 2010 applications.

What do you want to do?

Access documents in SharePoint

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To view Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files, use your phone’s browser to navigate to your SharePoint library. Its web address is the same URL in your phone’s browser as the one displayed in the address bar of your desktop browser.

Note    The URL can vary depending on the configuration and presence of web proxies. On a SharePoint server with SMTP service enabled, you can get the proxy-enabled URL of your documents by doing the following: In the library select the check box next to the document, and then in the Documents tab on the ribbon, in the Share & Track group click E-mail a Link to receive an e-mail message that contains the address.

Tip    At your computer you can preview the mobile experience by adding ?mobile=1 to the end of your SharePoint library’s URL.

If you administer your organization’s SharePoint installation, see Deploy Office Office Web Apps programs on the Microsoft TechNet site for information about installing and configuring Office Web Apps programs in SharePoint.

View Word documents

Imagine that you are finishing up a report with a colleague before going out of town. While you’re on the commuter train you get a message from your colleague, letting you know the report is finished, with a link to the document. You click the link, and Mobile Viewer for Microsoft Word displays the document in your phone’s browser.

By default the Mobile Viewer for Word displays the document in text view. Switch to Image view for looking at graphics and pictures:

To page through the document use the navigation bar at the top of the screen:

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Click the Office Button to open a menu of commands.

From this menu you can use the Find and Go to Page commands to jump to content you’re interested in, or you can navigate through the document visually by clicking Thumbnail Index .

View Excel workbooks

Imagine that your group is planning an event and is keeping track of possible venues in a spreadsheet. You’re returning from vacation, sitting in the airport and you want to check on the rating of a particular venue. You’ve saved the web address of your group’s spreadsheet and you open it in your phone’s browser. The Mobile Viewer for Microsoft Excel displays a small set of rows and columns, and lets you search to find the information you need.

To find the venue you’re interested in, click the Office Button and then click Find .

Type part of the venue name and then click Find .

In the search results, the cell in which the venue occurs is displayed, along with adjacent cells:

Click the link to the cell, and Mobile Viewer for Excel displays that section of the spreadsheet:

If you want to scroll through the spreadsheet without losing column or row headings you can freeze a row or column in the display. To do this, first note the column or row number that you want to freeze. Then, do the following:

Click the Office Button .

Click Freeze Row or Column .

Click Freeze Row or Freeze Column .

Enter the row or column number that you want to freeze.

Click the Office Button .

Click View Charts in Current Sheet .

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View PowerPoint presentations

Imagine that your bus is stuck in a traffic jam and you are going to be late for a meeting that starts in 5 minutes. On your cell phone you open the e-mail you received from the meeting presenter. The message contains a link to the presentation broadcast, using the broadcast slideshow feature in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. You can now participate in the call and view the current slide in real time as the presentation moves along.

Besides giving you the ability to view presentation broadcasts, Mobile Viewer for Microsoft PowerPoint enables you to view presentations at your own pace by browsing through the slides or finding particular content.

To read text, open the presentation in Outline View:

To see graphics and layout, switch to Slide View:

Click Next Slide and Previous Slide to go through the slides one by one. Use the Find and Go to Slide commands to jump to content you’re interested in, or navigate through the presentation visually by clicking Thumbnail Index .

Get more information

For more information about accessing Office files on mobile devices see the Microsoft Office 2010 blog post, Accessing Office Documents Using Your Phone .

Was this the world's first mobile phone? 1938 film shows woman talking on a wireless device but it is not 'time travel' family say to the disappointment of conspiracy theorists

By Daily Mail Reporter 19:57 31 Mar 2013, updated 17:15 03 Apr 2013

The mystery of how a woman could have been filmed while using a modern cell phone back in 1938 seems to have finally been solved.

Black and white footage of a young female chatting into a wireless handset - said to have been filmed at a factory in the United States in the 30s - has attracted over 300,000 plays on YouTube .

Conspiracy theorists hailed the clip as proof of time travel, citing it alongside other instances of old films that appear to show imagery of modern technology existing years before it was invented.

Back to the future? The woman is seen leaving Dupont with a mobile phone next to her ear. The technology wasn't demonstrated until 1973 and the first mobile wasn't commercially available until the 80s Ahead of her time: The woman is captured talking on the small modern looking device as she walks Explained? A YouTube commenter now claims they can explain the bizarre footage commenting the woman is their great-grandmother Gertrude Jones

But now a YouTube user has come forward to claim that the woman in the clip is their great grandmother.

The user says that the woman really is using a cell - but it's a prewar prototype developed by a communications factory in Leominster, Massachusetts.

The brief clip of the woman, captioned 'Time traveler in 1938 film' shows a young woman dressed in a stylish 30s dress walking alongside a crowd of people who are also dressed in outfits from the same period.

She seems to be chatting animatedly into a device held to her ear, which she then lowers. As she brings her arm down it can be seen as being the same size and shape as a modern cell phone.

The footage is claimed to have been shot at a factory owned by US industrial giant Dupont.

Technologically advanced: The footage was shot more than 40 years before the first mobile phone - a DynaTAC 8000x, pictured, was commercially available Mystery: The center of the mystery is Leominster, Massachusetts, were the woman was filmed leaving the Dupont building

It was first posted online a year ago and was widely reported on by various blogs around the web.

But in recent days a user called 'planetcheck' has come forward, claiming to have solved the mystery.

Planetcheck said: 'The lady you see is my great grandmother Gertrude Jones.'

'She was 17 years old. I asked her about this video and she remembers it quite clearly. She says Dupont had a telephone communications section in the factory.'

'They were experimenting with wireless telephones. Gertrude and five other women were given these wireless phones to test out for a week.'

'Gertrude is talking to one of the scientists holding another wireless phone who is off to her right as she walks by.'

So far there has been no independent verification of planetcheck's post, but another YouTube user who says he knows someone else who worked at the factory has vowed to make further inquiries.

The 1938 clip is the second piece of footage said to show a mobile phone seeming to exist before the devices were invented.

In 2010, a clip from a 1928 Charlie Chaplin movie surfaced, which also appears to show a woman using a mobile phone - causing speculation that she was a time traveler.

Other examples said to prove time travel include claims that archaeologists in China unearthed a small piece of metal from an ancient tomb in Shangsi County - which was shaped like an exact replica of modern Swiss watch, with the time frozen at 10:06.

Was this the world's first mobile phone? 1938 film shows woman talking on a wireless device but it is not 'time travel' family say to the disappointment of conspiracy theorists

By Daily Mail Reporter 19:57 31 Mar 2013, updated 17:15 03 Apr 2013

The mystery of how a woman could have been filmed while using a modern cell phone back in 1938 seems to have finally been solved.

Black and white footage of a young female chatting into a wireless handset - said to have been filmed at a factory in the United States in the 30s - has attracted over 300,000 plays on YouTube .

Conspiracy theorists hailed the clip as proof of time travel, citing it alongside other instances of old films that appear to show imagery of modern technology existing years before it was invented.

Back to the future? The woman is seen leaving Dupont with a mobile phone next to her ear. The technology wasn't demonstrated until 1973 and the first mobile wasn't commercially available until the 80s Ahead of her time: The woman is captured talking on the small modern looking device as she walks Explained? A YouTube commenter now claims they can explain the bizarre footage commenting the woman is their great-grandmother Gertrude Jones

But now a YouTube user has come forward to claim that the woman in the clip is their great grandmother.

The user says that the woman really is using a cell - but it's a prewar prototype developed by a communications factory in Leominster, Massachusetts.

The brief clip of the woman, captioned 'Time traveler in 1938 film' shows a young woman dressed in a stylish 30s dress walking alongside a crowd of people who are also dressed in outfits from the same period.

She seems to be chatting animatedly into a device held to her ear, which she then lowers. As she brings her arm down it can be seen as being the same size and shape as a modern cell phone.

The footage is claimed to have been shot at a factory owned by US industrial giant Dupont.

Technologically advanced: The footage was shot more than 40 years before the first mobile phone - a DynaTAC 8000x, pictured, was commercially available Mystery: The center of the mystery is Leominster, Massachusetts, were the woman was filmed leaving the Dupont building

It was first posted online a year ago and was widely reported on by various blogs around the web.

But in recent days a user called 'planetcheck' has come forward, claiming to have solved the mystery.

Planetcheck said: 'The lady you see is my great grandmother Gertrude Jones.'

'She was 17 years old. I asked her about this video and she remembers it quite clearly. She says Dupont had a telephone communications section in the factory.'

'They were experimenting with wireless telephones. Gertrude and five other women were given these wireless phones to test out for a week.'

'Gertrude is talking to one of the scientists holding another wireless phone who is off to her right as she walks by.'

So far there has been no independent verification of planetcheck's post, but another YouTube user who says he knows someone else who worked at the factory has vowed to make further inquiries.

The 1938 clip is the second piece of footage said to show a mobile phone seeming to exist before the devices were invented.

In 2010, a clip from a 1928 Charlie Chaplin movie surfaced, which also appears to show a woman using a mobile phone - causing speculation that she was a time traveler.

Other examples said to prove time travel include claims that archaeologists in China unearthed a small piece of metal from an ancient tomb in Shangsi County - which was shaped like an exact replica of modern Swiss watch, with the time frozen at 10:06.

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