Since Apple introduced the Split View function, from Cupertino, it has been adding and expanding this functionality to third-party applications, since in its early years, it was only available with native Apple applications. With iOS 13, Apple allowed Third-party applications may open twice on the same screen.
That is, we can have an application open twice with different documents. One of the applications that we can most use with this function is Excel, the application par excellence for making spreadsheets. Although later than you might expect, this functionality is finally available for iPadOS.
With the release of Excel version 2.45, Microsoft is finally allowing users to open two or more spreadsheets in parallel on the same screen to consult and / or edit them. But this is not the only functionality that Microsoft has introduced in its office automation applications, since it has also updated Word and PowerPoint to introduce interesting new features.
Word iPadOS offers full trackpad support
Last October, Microsoft released an update that offered trackpad support in iPadOS, a partial support that allowed you to use both the mouse and a trackpad to work more comfortably and quickly with Office. But it was not until the release of this latest update that Microsoft has begun to offer full support just like the one we can find in macOS.
What’s new in PowerPoint
The Office presentation application, PowerPoint, adds the Moderator advisor, a functionality that allows you to add comments on the fly to attract the attention of the audience, modify the presentation rhythm, add filler words …
In order to get the most out of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, you need a Microsoft 365 subscription (formerly Office 365), since otherwise, we can only open documents, without the possibility of editing them.
If your needs go through making a very sporadic change in an Office document, you can use the Office application, an application that includes a reduced version of Excel, Word and PowerPoint completely free.
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