|By Steve Mordue||
|March 29, 2014 11:03 AM EDT||
Microsoft launched Office for iPad a couple of days ago. It is free for any iPad user to read or present information, but requires an Office 365 subscription to create and edit. I personally do not have an iPad, but I know than many (most) people do so I edited this demo video down to show what it can do. It really is pretty darn cool, I might just have to get an iPad.
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