Hopefully everyone who wanted Office for iPad now has had the opportunity to download and start using it for themselves. Once you start using it you will find that it is a little different to use than the traditional desktop applications. This is more about being a touch interface rather than a keyboard interface.
With that in mind here a number of really good Office for iPad resources that will guide you through getting the most from the product.
Remember, to get the full edit functionality with Office for iPad you’ll need either an Office 365 account or a stand alone subscription and for businesses an Office 365 subscription is really the best option.
The rumours are that we will see a touch version for Windows around the June – July timeframe. It is good to see that Microsoft is now on an accelerated release rate for products. Some might even say they have their ‘mojo’ back. Let’s hope that it continues.