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Printing is Coming, but Microsoft's Office for iPad Still Requires O365
Computerworld India / 4/8/14
If Microsoft plans to decouple Office for the iPad from Office 365, the team is keeping it a closely guarded secret. But printing seems to be on its way. Microsoft's Office for iPad team (above) took to Reddit for one of the site's famous "Ask Me Anything" sessions.
Microsoft Office for iPad Team Shows True Colors – Calls Clippy Lame
PadGadget / 4/8/14
Microsoft Office for iPad Team Shows True Colors – Calls Clippy Lame. By Sam | April 8, 2014 | No comment yet · Share |. Office for iPad. 'Ask me anythings' (AMAs) are all the rage right now and mostly because they are often interesting and entertaining. Thanks to reddit.com we are getting to know people that otherwise might have remained a mystery and today a fascinating exchange took place with the Office for iPad development team. Here's what we learned about them. I thought it was interesting that the Office ...
Microsoft Office for iPad engineers talk history, hint about futures
ZDNet (blog) / 4/8/14
Microsoft's Office for iPad engineers took to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on April 8 -- just a couple of weeks after Microsoft launched its long-rumored Office for iPad offering. officeforipadlab. There were lots of questions for the team about why Office ...
Along with Windows XP, support for Microsoft's Office 2003 ends
WinBeta / 4/8/14
But it's not just Windows XP that will no longer be supported by Microsoft after today. Office 2003, which Microsoft released back in 2003, will also no longer be supported after receiving three Service Packs over the course of its lifetime. Microsoft rolled out the ...
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