Store Quickoffice files in Google Drive

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If you want a place to store Microsoft Office and PDF files that you access, edit, and annotate with Quickoffice, you can use your Google Drive account to easily keep track of these files.

When you sign in to the Quickoffice app with a Google Account, you will automatically have access to files stored in the Drive account under the same username. Adding Drive accounts, or switching between accounts, will also allow you to make all of your Drive files available within Quickoffice. This collaboration between Quickoffice and Google Drive allows the products to work together in a number of different ways:

  • You can access files in Quickoffice that have been stored in your Google Drive account, allowing you to edit the files in the app.
  • When you receive Microsoft Office files in your email, you can view and edit the files in Quickoffice and then store them directly into Google Drive.
  • Quickoffice syncs automatically with Google Drive when you sign in with your Google Account, making sure that any changes that you have made to a file are saved when you open the file again, regardless of which device you use to open it.
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