Microsoft has been taking progress these past few months since they’ve garnered a positive response to their Office for iPad with an estimated 12 million downloads of the app suite in the first week of release, thus, successfully dominating the once skeptical ambiance right after launching of the mentioned app. Also, the addition of printing update in response to the high demands supplemented the proof of this progress.
The company has still other updates under its sleeve, waiting to unveil. And this week, various notable feature improvements are being released, and that includes three of the most requested by Office users, starting with the mentioned app itself that comes with app-specific enhancements. For instance, PowerPoint adds a clap-worthy Presenter view and hyperlink editing whereas Excel brags new keyboard shortcuts as well as PivotTables support and also other updated features that are left to be tapped.
Enhancements are also evident in office apps because export to PDF support that has been inserted to the entire office apps that comes with enhanced image editing options so as to swift crop or re-size. It can now also assist third-party fonts such as AnyFont, and doesn’t need an Office 365 subscription.
Office for iPad is now available for free download via the App Store. Likewise, all office 365 subscribers can avail of the app at no extra cost.