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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by truth4skot, Mar 9, 2011.
i was wondering if i can use excel on my ipad or do i need a app? what can i do?
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.
yes i found it. thank you for your help. im learning to work with the ipad... i am a big fan of it...
this is a good place to find info about anything..
Glad to hear you're enjoying it as much as we all are. If ever any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Cheers.
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?
Another option to handle Excel spreadsheets is Apple's 'Numbers' app. You can see its features in Apple's Help pages here
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 donâ€™t already have it you can download a copy of the iPad manual for free from
Also the iPad2 manual is available for pre-order at the Apple iBooks store - available March 11th. Itâ€™s free too.
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?