you would on Windows, plus there is a full tracking of changes.
Personally, I liked the fact that I am getting full spellcheck on an iPad app. I consider myself very fast on the iPad keyboard, but the accuracy rates are horrible, especially when Apple’s over enthusiastic spellcheck is at work. Plus, it gives me a word count – only someone who writes for a publication will know why that is so important.
The big disadvantage
The big disadvantage of the app is that the iPad, one of the last bastions of private computing, has now become more productive than ever before. You work has come big time into the tablet and you cannot shirk work saying you don’t have a laptop at hand. Our lives will never be the same again.
Sarcasm aside, this is among the best things to have happened on the iPad for sometime. Just look at the convenience of being able to work on the same file from a desktop as well as your phone and tablet. Yes, this is a great app. Great enough to make people consider the iPad as a serious work device.
PS: This post was filed completely on the Microsoft Office iPad app.