Create Documents with the Polaris Office App on Your Galaxy S7
Obtain Polaris Office from the Play Store.
You can obtain Polaris Office from the Play Store for free if it’s not already installed on your phone.
On your phone, open the App list and tap the Polaris Office icon.
You need to create an account and agree to the End User License Agreement. You can also use your Facebook or Google+ accounts. Once you get past these hurdles and pass through some marketing pages, the Home screen appears.
This is the image that you will see first when you open this app.
Tap the icon with the plus sign in the red circle.
This is the one with the text balloon that says Create New. The options are presented here.
Tap the icon for the file type you wish to create.
Text: Open a blank sheet for a very simple document.
Slide: Open a blank presentation in PowerPoint format (.ppt).
Sheet: Open a blank spreadsheet in Excel spreadsheet format (.xls).
Word: Open a blank sheet in Word format (.doc) or text if it is a very simple document.
Tapping the icon of your choice brings up a screen like that shown — a Word document that describes how to use the app. The details of editing are described in this document.
Tap the three parallel lines next to the Word icon in the upper-left corner to save the document.
Doing so brings up the options shown.
Tap Save or Save As to save the document.
The first time you save a document, you can tap Save, and it will ask you to name it something other than the default name. This is just like on your PC. Likewise, once you have named the file, you can tap Save, and it will save. However, if you tap Save As after it’s named, it assumes you want to change the name.
Also, you can store the document on the Polaris drive or in your phone’s memory. The app saves the document on your phone or My Polaris servers in the format you selected. Thefigure shows the documents stored on the server.