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    oDic - create dictionary
    i have rosetta software to learn language. i receive daily emails with new word each day.
    i thought would be great idea to create my own dictionary to aide in my learning.

    i found on my iPad air in apps...oDic.
    tho i did see that the options showing were for iPad only.

    The software allows to import a cvs file. i have excel on macbook air.
    i would use macbook air in order to use rosetta stone software.

    BUT when i search for oDic using macbook air...it does not show.

    what am i doing wrong?

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    The app "oDic" is the iPhone and iPad only. There is no such app for OS X.

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    Thanks for info on oDic.... Just seems odd that one can import a CSV file into that app but as far as I know, cannot run excel on iPhone nor iPad. Am I correct?
    Guess will have to figure something else out!

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    There is an Excel version for the iPad. Launch iTunes and search the store for it. Here's Macworld's review.
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    @lori:

    There is Office for the iPhone and iPad which includes Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and Outlook. See this LINK. The apps are limited in what they can do unless you buy a full subscription for Office 365. I use Word quite a bit on my iPhone and it works great with OneDrive. Both are free from MS but you need to register with MS. Registration is also free.

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