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Microsoft Office On iOS: Startup Guide

Microsoft Office on mobile devices offers the flexibility to work on Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents when and where needed. Here's how to install, configure, and use Microsoft Office on iPhones and iPads.
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Microsoft Office allows you to create polished documents, save them to your personal OneDrive or third-party cloud, and collaborate on those documents with others in real-time. With Microsoft Office you can extend your Office experience to mobile devices so that you can remain productive virtually anywhere.

Microsoft Office for iOS

Microsoft Office is supported on all major mobile platforms, including Windows, Android, and iOS. Office for iOS unifies the user experience across all devices in a simplified and productive manner. The full suite includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications. With Office for iPad or Office for iPhone, you can view, create, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents anywhere while on your iOS mobile device.

  • Create new Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations on a mobile device.
  • Edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on the go, and even change basic formatting in Word and Excel.
  • Review documents while traveling.
  • Sync and share documents easily with OneDrive and Dropbox integration to access, save, and share documents in the cloud.

Click through the following pages to learn how to install and configure Microsoft Office on iPad and iPhone.

[Could use other options? Read about 8 Microsoft Office Alternatives.]

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