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    i was wondering if i can use excel on my ipad or do i need a app? what can i do?
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    Check out an app in the App Store called Docs-To-Go Premium. Best and easiest to use when it comes to any office documents you're looking to work with on the iPad.

    BTW, welcome the the forums.
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    thank you

    yes i found it. thank you for your help. im learning to work with the ipad... i am a big fan of it...
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    this is a good place to find info about anything..
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    Glad to hear you're enjoying it as much as we all are. If ever any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Cheers.
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    need help

    i need help. i am trying to download a ebook for school and i can not save it. what are my options? i see black pages. is the way that i can save the whole book or any chapters?
    if i can save the ebook as a pdf can i put it on the desktop?
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    Another option to handle Excel spreadsheets is Apple's 'Numbers' app. You can see its features in Apple's Help pages here


    http://help.apple.com/iwork/1.3/mobile/interface/index.html#tan724868a9

    All of the iPad's 'Office' compatible apps - for Word, Excel and PowerPoint - are stripped down versions of their PC or Mac counterparts and can struggle with complex documents. Each of the third-party 'Office' apps has strengths and weaknesses.


    If you don’t already have it you can download a copy of the iPad manual for free from


    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/...User_Guide.pdf

    Also the iPad2 manual is available for pre-order at the Apple iBooks store - available March 11th. It’s free too.

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    Which is the app to buy, the Osiris or docs to go. I want to use it mainly to use with excell. I noticed that the docs to go had a regular one and a premium one. Does the premium one do that much more.

    If I buy the iworks would I also have to get iworks number one, it looks like the docs to go did both?

    Laurie

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