Open office seems to be incompatible on Android, and therefore you will just need to use an alternative. One such application that can be used on Android is called ThinkFree and it can handle all Microsoft Formats which include Word, Excel and the others very well.
But the application does not support the OpenOffice formats.
So you can try the application above for your Android enabled device and you will be able to read the Microsoft Office formats without any problem. Or if you know of any other applications you can go ahead and use them for Open Office is not supported on Android just yet, maybe future updates will resolve that issue.
If you want to install and you need to use OpenOffice on your Android device, you can download AndrOpen Office. According to the app, this is the first port of OpenOffice for Android in the world. The app allows you to view, edit, insert, and export Microsoft Office documents using the entire features of the OpenOffice suite.
The app includes six components you can use: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math, and Base. Writer is the counterpart of the Microsoft Office Word application, Calc is the counterpart of Microsoft Office Excel, and Impress is the counterpart of Microsoft Office PowerPoint. This AndrOpen Office app is a forked project from the Apache OpenOffice project but it is not affiliated with the Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice.
AndrOpen Office requires Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and higher.