Microsoft Office for iPad supports printing

A month after the release of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to iPad, included in the mobile Microsoft Office, received its first major update, in particular, support for wireless printing. With the absence of this function has been associated one of the main complaints of users leaving negative comments in App Store, and now they do not need to do so:

According to A note in the blog of the developers, users can print documents directly from these three applications to any printer that is compatible with the technology AirPrint:

We have fulfilled your main query. Now you can print documents Word, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations on any AirPrint – printer. In Word for iPad opportunity or not to print the layout of the document in Excel – to print a range of cells, a certain sheet or the whole book. Naturally, you can choose to print individual pages or slides.

In addition, the Office applications have got a few more popular features including Auto Fit width and height of a few cells, rows and rows in Excel, as well as the function of "smart guides» SmartGuides in PowerPoint, by which users are able to align images, shapes and text blocks on slides. The developers have promised not to stop there and added that are already working on the next update.

Let me remind you, , and for iPad can be downloaded from the App Store for free, but they will only display Office files, but for their creation or editing on apple tablet Will have to buy a subscription to Office 365 service (Home for $ 9.99 or Personal for $ 6.99 per month).

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One Response to Microsoft Office for iPad supports printing

  1. lucy says:

    this is for airprint enabled printers
    the other option is doing what i do and saving to onedrive then printing from printdirect

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