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Put your iPad to work.
Introducing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Now on iPad®
Read, view and present for free
Full editing experience available to staff
licensing Office 365 A3 and A4
Do more on your iPad with Office for iPad
iPad® users can download the free apps from the App Store — Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPad.
With the free apps, you can read Word documents, view Excel data and present with PowerPoint.
The Office apps for iPad have the robust capabilities and familiar look and feel that is feel that is
unmistakably Office, while offering a touch experience built from the ground up for iPad.
Documents look as good as they do on your PC and Mac®, and better than ever on your iPad.
With an Office 365 Education A3 or A4 licensing subscription, staff with iPads can edit and create new
documents. When you edit a document, you can be sure that you won’t lose any content or formatting.
Get more out of your iPad with an Office 365 subscription
With an Office 365 subscription (Office 365 Education A3 and A4) staff can install Office and be productive
across their devices—PCs, Macs, Windows tablets —and now iPad.
You need an Office 365 subscription to edit and create new Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on
your iPad. When you edit a document, you can be sure that you won’t lose any content or formatting
across your devices.
Speak to your reseller about licensing.
Getting Started with Office for iPad
Note: Following the below steps, the free apps can be downloaded from the App Store by any iPad user for viewing Word, Excel and PowerPoint
files on an iPad. When using an Office 365 subscription to sign in, a customer will also be able to edit and create new documents. Regardless,
signing in also keeps your documents up-to-date across all devices connected to OneDrive. If you have a 365 subscription and you skip sign in,
you can view Office documents but cannot edit or create new documents
1. In the App Store on your iPad, find Microsoft Word for iPad (or Excel or PowerPoint).
Tap the free button and install the app.
2. Once Word is installed, open it. Swipe through the three intro screens to the sign-in screen.
3. Sign in with a Microsoft account or Office 365 account:
In the Sign in screen, enter your email address. If you have an Office 365 account, use the email address
associated with that account. Otherwise, use a Microsoft account, for example the email address you use
for Outlook.com, Xbox, or OneDrive.
In the Sign in screen, enter your password, then click Sign in.
4. Choose to Start using Word now, or to download the other Office apps (Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote).
5. Once you have signed into one app, you don’t need to sign into the other apps again.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the system requirements for Office for iPad?
An iPad running iOS 7.0 or later.
What is the difference between Office for iPad and Office for PC or Mac?
Office for iPad was designed from the ground up for the touch experience of an Pad and for the productivity
scenarios that an iPad is well suited for. For example, delivering a PowerPoint presentation, reviewing and
annotating a Word document or making changes to a financial analysis in Excel.
Office on a PC and Mac is full featured and enables people to do more complex or more detailed work. When
multitasking is required, or you need to combine information from multiple documents, or you want pixel perfect
precision, then Office on a PC with keyboard, mouse and multiple monitors is the better solution.
Apple, the Apple logo, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.