I got new ipad and my company is using Microsoft OCS for communication, since I am traveling a lot i want to install Microsoft communicator on my ipad, so that from anywhere I can login and stay in touch with my colleague.can someone please let me know where to download Microsoft office communicator for ipad.Information: ipad, Other OS.
I have two iPads that we need to put a PPT presentation on and then we are giving them to the client to keep. I am going to start the iPads off by setting them up with our office iTunes (without syncing anything) so that you can get to the home screen. My question is, how can I go about paying for and downloading the Microsoft Office App (or whatever it called) and not have future purchases made by the client hit the credit card we used to buy the Apps? Is it as simple as buying the Apps and then removing the credit card from the account? Does there always have to be at least one credit card on the account, or if there is no card on the account, does it just prevent you from making purchases.
What do you use to view and edit Microsoft Office documents on your iPads? I assume Pages can deal with Word docs, but what about Powerpoint, Excel, and Publisher files? Do you all use Google Docs, Microsoft Office Online, Zoho, or some other service? My 3 requirements for the iPad are:Insane battery life Ability to view/edit PDFs greater than 500 pages (iAnnotate) Ability to view/edit Microsoft Office documents 2 out of those 3 are already sorted.
Unable To Sync -cannot Sync Microsoft Office From IMac?
Nov 7, 2010
When I first turned the iPad on, I did not Sync the applications. It is possible to go back and sync the Microsoft office from my iMac? And how do you do that > - I can't find it and it doesn't drag over.