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Microsoft Office On iOS: Startup Guide

Microsoft Office on mobile devices offers the flexibility to work on Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents when and where needed. Here's how to install, configure, and use Microsoft Office on iPhones and iPads.
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Search And Install
To find and install Microsoft Office on an iPhone or iPad:
- Go to the App Store.
- Search Office for iPhone or Office for iPad.
- Tap Get and Install on the Office app(s) you want, such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint. When installing any Office app for the first time, you'll need to use your iTunes Store username and password.
- Make sure your device runs on iOS 7.1 or later. Microsoft Office for iPad/iPhone includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Each app is free of charge to view and edit documents that have been created elsewhere.

Search And Install

To find and install Microsoft Office on an iPhone or iPad:

  • Go to the App Store.
  • Search Office for iPhone or Office for iPad.
  • Tap Get and Install on the Office app(s) you want, such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint. When installing any Office app for the first time, you'll need to use your iTunes Store username and password.
  • Make sure your device runs on iOS 7.1 or later. Microsoft Office for iPad/iPhone includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Each app is free of charge to view and edit documents that have been created elsewhere.

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