File Formats Supported by Zoho

A Zoho user wanted to know this info recently – all the file formats supported by Zoho Writer, Sheet & Show. We came up with a Zoho Sheet containing the relevant info, which is embedded below. Hope this will be of help to all Zoho users.

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9 Replies to “File Formats Supported by Zoho”

  1. Is ZOHO at work on a Writer app that will allow editing on the IPAD?If so, any idea when that might happen?

  2. Is ZOHO at work on a Writer app that will allow editing on the IPAD?If so, any idea when that might happen?

  3. Thank you, Ramesh. Made it work with direct requests to download pages but now have questions on refresh background. Will ask in the forum.

  4. Thank you, Ramesh. Made it work with direct requests to download pages but now have questions on refresh background. Will ask in the forum.

  5. Hi all. Amazed at this product and thank you everyone for this effort. I have been playing with the spreadsheet online and found it really useful. But then, I tried to add a function using the off-line tool>add-ins feature and could not find it in the online version. Thus, my functions/macros can’t connect to the sources of data.Is there a way to do this? I have looked at the posts and searched online to now avail.

  6. Hi all. Amazed at this product and thank you everyone for this effort. I have been playing with the spreadsheet online and found it really useful. But then, I tried to add a function using the off-line tool>add-ins feature and could not find it in the online version. Thus, my functions/macros can’t connect to the sources of data.Is there a way to do this? I have looked at the posts and searched online to now avail.

  7. You need to integrate Zoho Viewer into the ZOHO pack.
    So I could share a ZOHO Viewer address of my documents.

  8. You need to integrate Zoho Viewer into the ZOHO pack.
    So I could share a ZOHO Viewer address of my documents.

  9. Good to see “Open” file formats supported. I know it’s a Microsoft world, but we gotta start somewhere.

  10. Good to see “Open” file formats supported. I know it’s a Microsoft world, but we gotta start somewhere.

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