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Microsoft office comes to iPhone

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MeirG
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MeirG   6/19/2013 6:56:38 AM
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Speaking Hebrew, I found that so far all of the so-called "MS Office compatible" mobile apps neglected to support non-Latin scripts. I also wonder why Android is neglected by so many app writers! I read that Android based mobile devices passed iOS. Isn't it?

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Etmax   6/18/2013 3:40:55 AM
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I would have thought the point was obvious, to help MS sell Office 365 which very few people seem to be interested in.

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eewiz   6/15/2013 1:59:06 AM
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tried it on my ipad. its as bad as the other office editors available. ie no full office experience. loses all formatting when you open the file.. makes me wonder whats point of this release..

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