Microsoft will be hosting a press event next week to announce a version of Office for iPad. The event will mark the first time new CEO Satya Nadella speaks in public. According to the Verge, Microsoft is already sending out invitations to press for an event on March 27.
Office for iPad will resemble Office for iPhone, which debuted last year. Office subscribers can add up to five mobile devices to their subscriptions and the iPad would probably be one of those machines. It will let users create and edit documents in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
The iPad version will let users create and edit documents in Word, Excel and PowerPoint, the report states.
Releasing Office for iPad fits perfectly with Nadella's stated strategy of prioritizing cloud services, particularly on mobile devices.
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