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OneOffice Editor is a full-featured single application editor of the most common document formats used in business and academia:

  • Microsoft Word (doc, docx), PowerPoint (ppt, pptx) and Excel (xls, xlsx)
  • Microsoft Visio
  • Open Document Formats for documents, spreadsheets and presentations (odt, ods, odp)
  • Vector drawing (svg, ps, etc.)
  • PDF editor and digital signing

Online and Offline

The Online version of the editor is included the OneOffice Productivity Suite.

The desktop (or offline) editor is available free of charge on our website.

The Online Editor renders your files server-side, meaning the document never leaves our servers and, hence, cannot be intercepted or stolen by hackers (unlike MS 365 and Google Workspaces which open the document in the browser directly)

How to use this Help

This help is really extensive. And we mean really extensive. Don't just read it like a book, you'll be bored out of your mind and will likely switch careers before you are half-way done.

If you are starting for the first time

Open your document and start working. The User Interface was designed from the ground-up to be intuitive.

Finding what you need

Just head over to the section in the menu of the type of document you are working on (e.g. documents with Writer). Look at the General Information section for that document type. If you have specific needs (e.g. graphics) look through the menu.

Most users will simply head to the search to find what they need. Keep typing and watch the dynamic search suggestions till you find what you need.

Single Application

If you are used to Word, PPT and Excel, you may be taken aback for a second that all three (and more) formats are in one document. This is how it should have been from the start! Microsoft grew their apps by acquiring them, so they had different development standards, until very recently.

OneOffice Editor benefits from synergies to give you the same look and feel regardless of the document type.

Online is also Offline

The Online editor is the same as the desktop editor. So you don't have to learn two apps.