7 Gotchas of Microsoft 'Office for iPad'

7. No Printing

That's right folks, Microsoft's new iPad apps lack the ability to output any of that beautiful content to a printer. So even with an Office 365 account, third-party printing solutions are the only way. We shouldn't be surprised; lots of apps lack the ability to print directly. That's why Apple invented AirPrint, which provides a wireless printing framework for any iOS app that bothers to connect with it. Unfortunately, Microsoft didn't bother. 

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