Microsoft Office for iPad - company side-steps questions

Skerminkel

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Microsoft does offer native iOS versions of some Office applications, including its OneNote note-sharing software, Lync communication suite and SharePoint collaboration site, as well as its SkyDrive online storage service.
All the killer apps, yay! Aside from the compilers of these programmes, has anyone ever heard of someone else using it?
 

Allin

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Having tried to work with Excel and Word on an iPad without a physical keyboard I don't think it's worth the trouble for MS to release such versions.
 

bwana

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Having tried to work with Excel and Word on an iPad without a physical keyboard I don't think it's worth the trouble for MS to release such versions.
How? I didn't think excel and word were available on the iPad yet? :confused:
 

Ou grote

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All the killer apps, yay! Aside from the compilers of these programmes, has anyone ever heard of someone else using it?
I use OneNote.
A watered down version of Excel for opening spreadsheets would be nice, but creating spreadsheets on a tablet won't work to well.
 
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