Id get it i it was cheap enough..
But really.. What more will it be able to to than iWork or your other apps like docs to go ? They do the job for me anyway
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I second this motion...Originally Posted by jsh1120
Can't wait to have them on my hands.
I agree - its about compatibility for me. Since my work is completely centered in Office on the PC being able to move between PC and iPad with the least loss of formatting and content is crucial.Originally Posted by jsh1120
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are there any free word processor applications available for the ipad??
YEA! Excel is important for me but the one really important part of Office that I can't get for the iPad/iPhone is Entourage. The integrated calendar, project centre, contacts and email, is the best that there is for us in our business. Having the ability to colour the individual appointments in the Entourage calendar and prioritize that way has become critical for the way we do things. Using different and separate calendars is an annoying waste of time, and prone to error. Losing the "Project Centre" in Entourage by going to Outlook is bad enough but coming up with workarounds is doable.
Hope they make it's own cloud too. Sick of icloud corrupting my hard work.Originally Posted by Mtnmedic
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Myself, I just want a fully functional version of onenote that does everything the pc version does, and it's even possible for it to look damn near exactly like the pc version except for scaling up button sizes a bit.
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