does the ipad have word and powerpoint etc..?
- Asked by Meggan R
14 Answers from the Community
You can get an app called cloudon. It has exel, word and powerpoint.
- Answered by Jordan R from St. Catharines
You can buy/download the Apple apps (Pages, Numbers, Keynote) mentioned in other postings from the App Store. I have not heard of Microsoft coming out with apps for iOS/iPad but these apps do almost everything those apps do and you can open the files on your PC when saved in a Microsoft format.
- Answered by Emily W from San Jose
You can sign up for an Outlook.com (free) account. It has a web version of Office. You can also opt for Google Apps.
If you want a local option, I recommend QuickOffice HD.
- Answered by Scott P from Lynchburg
As of a few weeks ago, Microsoft released "full" iOS versions of Word, Excel, etc. as part of the their Office 365 membership. So there's a monthly fee, but you get the iOS versions of the app as well as being able to load Office 2013 on up to 5 devices. It's $12 per month as of this time.
I'd say they work pretty well, but like any new release they have some issues. But for basic functionality it's fine.
- Answered by R Justin C from Merritt Island
If you live in the US there is an app called onlive desktop. It has word and powerpoint
- Answered by Ryan W from Nepean
Yes, there are alternatives for word and excel on the iPad. However, a lot of them a really bad. For word, use 'Pages' and for excel, use 'Numbers'. Don't use anything else. These are the leading, best sellers for alternatives of word and excel for iPad. I highly recommend you get those two. I've heard some rumours about the other apps. It's not looking too good...
- Answered by George O from Fairfield
I'm using Pages for word processing. I have it installed on my MacBook, iPad and iPhone. All three are synched through iCloud. That means I can do some editing on one device and pick it up later at the same place on another device. For me as a writer, that's fantastic!
- Answered by Ed H from New River
There is a great app called QuickofficePro HD. Reads and edits your office docs, pdf's etc
- Answered by David R from Australia
İf your use to the pc download "docs U free " its an awesome app.And secondly you know that you need a gmail account for the cloud on .but this app(docs U free) does not have anything to do with anything.so yeah.
- Answered by İsmail Y from Sivas
u can get the apple apps called pages numbers and Keynote!
- Answered by Cody H from Phoenix
apple apps do their job very well, almost as good as microsoft office, and without (or so less) any compatibility matters. It is even cheaper than the microsoft pac office. Just my point of view.
- Answered by Antoine L
How can I print from a normal printer?
- Answered by Ryan T from Fort St John
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- Answered by Peter A from Sydney