Part of Nokia's partnership with Microsoft saw the Finnish company focus on Windows Phone devices like the recently-released Lumia 900, but it also saw a full suite of Microsoft Office apps make their way to Nokia's previous OS of choice, Symbian. The first batch of Office apps were released over a month ago, but today the rest of the pack has been released, bringing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint mobile to Nokia's Symbian Belle devices. All of the apps let you create and edit documents except for PowerPoint, which is limited to edits only. Nokia says the new apps are available now by checking for a software update on your phone — the apps won't be available in the Nokia Store for a few weeks yet, however. For now only Nokia 701, 700, 603, E7, X7, C7, Oro, and C6-01 owners can get the software, but the N8, E6, and Nokia 500 will get the software eventually, as will the 808 PureView when it launches.