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iPad 2 office software choice?


gengiscant

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Here I am,half past four and playing with my new toy. An expensive toy I might add, so looking to put it to some use other than playing games and surfing. By the way this site works very well on the pad.

Anyway I am looking for iPad office application reccomendations, I have looked at few but all have varied reviews, if possible I would like it to work with Dropbox but not essential.

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rawprawn

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Hi geniscant, I too bought iPad2 about 3 months ago, I simply use the apps "Pages" and "Numbers" They work perfectly well for me. I think the total cost was about £14. Unless you are wanting presentation capability it's all you need.

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Woolwell

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I use Pages and Numbers plus Keynote. Pages and Numbers handle Word and Excel.

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gengiscant

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Thanks, have bought Pages. I have come across this which I have just set up which enables me to work on documents stored in Dropbox, very handy.

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Woolwell

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There is a Dropbox app.

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Woolwell

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Dropbox app. Have you looked under app store for the app starter kit? This gives a very good selection including iplayer, etc.

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gengiscant

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Woolwell

I have the Dropbox app but as far as I can see you cannot edit the docs,hence the link to Otixo.

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