33 days after launching Office for iPad, Microsoft adds AirPrint support


Under new CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft is moving quickly. Just a month and three days after debuting the long-awaited Office for iPad app(s aapl), Microsoft added AirPrint support in an updated version of the software on Tuesday. Word documents can be printed with or without markup and Excel users can choose to print a range, single worksheet or full spreadsheet. The updated software also includes alignment tools in Power Point and AutoFit adjustments for Excel rows and columns.



Enter the new Microsoft with much faster update cycles and feedback loops. This is a sign of better things to come.


Reblogged this on Taste of Apple and commented:
It took way longer than it should have, but at least users can worry about one less thing. Personally, I use iWork and I enjoy it more than Microsoft Office. It has it’s own set of drawback, but for me it works best.

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