Microsoft Office for iPad Review Discussion

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  1. Vince Font

    Vince Font TabletPCReview.com Contributor Reviewer

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    The people in charge at Microsoft would make great wartime generals. In what is possibly one of the shrewdest moves in the history of conventional brand warfare, Microsoft has made its full suite of Office products -- Word, Excel and PowerPoint -- available on the competition's flavor-of-the-decade platform, the Apple iPad.

    [​IMG]It wasn't unexpected. Last year, Microsoft rolled out Office for the iPhone, albeit with greatly-limited functionality. But what's so shrewd about the Office release for iPad is that it pretty much ensures if Apple does win the battle for supremacy in the tablet market (as it is most assuredly doing), Microsoft will still have a dog in the fight via its universally-embraced productivity suites. A genius move, if the iPad apps pass muster.

    To find out, we put the brand new Microsoft Office suites through the paces on an iPad and tested it out for ourselves.



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    Ed Hardy Editor, TabletPCReview Staff Member

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    Microsoft has added support for printing with Airport printers to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iPad.
     
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    Ed Hardy Editor, TabletPCReview Staff Member

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    Microsoft has added the ability to open, edit, and save Office documents to Apple's iCloud Drive. Office already supported OneDrive and DropBox.


     
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