Not many iPad users know that Microsoft Office is available for iPad and can be downloaded via the Apple App Store. The apps offered in Microsoft Office are great and user-friendly.
Microsoft Office for iPad combines all the essential and useful features of desktop office suite and integrates it with the aesthetics of iOS. The program allows the iOS users to comfortably work with Microsoft Office documents from the iPad.
Both iPhone and iPad users can now open and edit Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents on their devices. In fact, they will no longer need a subscription to Office 365 to get the editing features.
Even though the program is much user-friendly, some of the iPad users find it difficult to understand all its features and functionalities. Whether you are a long time iPad user or someone looking to get tips on using the Microsoft Office apps on the device that you recently bought from an iPad 2 wholesale dealer, the below points will help you understand more about the program.
When Microsoft Office for iPad was first introduced, there was no printing option and some users came up with a workaround to print the documents from their OneDrive account that is accessed via the Safari browser. However, the work around is no longer needed.
You just need to have an AirPrint compatible printer that the iPad can recognize to print from PowerPoint, Excel, or Word for iPad. You will be able to find the print option under the file icon. Users can choose to print the complete document or single pages, slides, or worksheets.
One of the best things of printing from Word for iPad is that it provides you with the option to print the Word document with or without all the markups that you have made. In the case of Excel, you can choose the orientation and the workbooks and sheets that you wish to print.
You will also have the option to set the size of the paper that you wish the spreadsheet to be printed on. Experts claim that Excel for iPad offers the most printing options to the users. When it comes to PowerPoint, you can have SmartGuides that will help you easily align all the textboxes and images throughout the slideshow.