Office Mobile apps will also be available from the Nokia Store in a few weeks.
In February this year, Nokia announced that OneNote, Lync 2010, Document Connection and PowerPoint Broadcast were available for Symbian. Now, Word Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile and Excel Mobile are the latest applications to join the suite of Microsoft Apps built especially for the latest Symbian smartphones.
With Word mobile, users can save or send documents while preserving tables, SmartArt and charts, or the pinch/zoom functionality to view and edit documents.
In PowerPoint mobile, users can edit presentation texts and speaker notes, or use the Outline view to browse through slides. With Excel mobile, users can create charts, or insert formulae and view rich data and charts from anywhere.
Another onvenient feature of Office Mobile is that it gives users a single view to documents whether theyre stored on a phone as files, as email attachments, or on a company SharePoint site.
The specific apps were developed, certified and tested by Microsoft.
Owners of Nokia N8, Nokia E6 or Nokia 500 will also have the chance to get official apps for Office later, Nokia said. The Nokia 808 PureView will also come with all these apps when it begins selling.