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Microsoft brings its complete Office app to the iPad

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Microsoft brings its complete Office app to the iPad and it is now available on App Store. After it was available on Android mobiles and tablets, apart from the iPhone, Microsoft has updated its Office app for iPad integrating the entire office suite so that it is not necessary to install other applications, at least for basic use. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and more.

Microsoft has been offering its key office applications on iOS for some time, especially for the iPad: it is on the tablet where you can get more use out of Word, Excel, and company; Not in vain the larger screen; And the option to easily dock a keyboard increases productivity. However, we were missing the complete Office, the app that includes all the tools in one place. It has finally arrived on the iPad.

The complete Microsoft Office app is adapted to the particularities of the iPad so that most users have basic office tools without paying a penny, at least for reading. The included apps are not as complete as Word, Excel, and company alone (especially with an Office 365 subscription), but they are more than enough for the usual on an iPad.

Microsoft brings its complete Office application to the iPad: Now available on App Store
Microsoft brings its complete Office application to the iPad: Now available on App Store

Version number 2.46 of Microsoft Office for iPad is the first to bring the full suite. As we said, it is a great compendium of tools that covers almost everything a user needs in terms of documents. It turns out to be possible to create a new Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, also edit them (only with Office 365 active); turning a photo into an editable document is not only feasible, but it is also very easy; Microsoft Office for iPad allows you to create PDF files, edit them and even sign them; you can scan QR codes and share any created (or edited) document very easily.

Microsoft Office for iPad does not require an Office 365 subscription for reading documents and certain tools, such as scanning or signing PDF documents; editing and/or saving Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files require an Office 365 account. The app is perfectly adapted to iPadOS and supports the use of a touchpad or mouse.

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