Apple iPad gets Microsoft Office

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took the wraps off the company's Office suite for the iPad today, during a press conference in San Francisco. It includes three separate apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Updated:
Photo by: CBS Interactive / Caption by:

Templates galore

Selecting a new document in Word calls up different templates, such as brochure, business letter, or flyer.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

The perfect stock family

A lorem ipsum-filled "Family Update" template is selected.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Selecting from gallery images

Users can insert photos in Word by choosing from those saved in the iPad's gallery and screenshot album.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Lorem ipsum never fails

Another look at the "Family Update" template.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Switching between apps

Launching the multitasking function in the iPad to navigate to Microsoft Powerpoint.

Updated:
Photo by: CBS Interactive / Caption by:

PowerPoint presentation themes

Some of the possible themes in Powerpoint users can select for the presentation.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Origami is a crowd-pleaser

Here, the "Quotable" theme is selected, and we are browsing through the numerous slide transition options.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Real-time annotation

With Powerpoint, users can display real-time annotation using their fingers on the touch screen.

Updated:
Photo by: CBS Interactive / Caption by:

Moving around graphics and charts

The third app included in the Office suite is Microsoft Excel.

Updated:
Photo by: CBS Interactive / Caption by:

More templates to choose from

The many options for a new document in Excel include a finance report, a calendar, and an inventory list.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Illustrating a sales report

A sample graph calculated in Excel for a quarterly sales report.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Adjusting cells in the budget

A channel marketing budget template generated in Excel.

Updated:
Photo by: Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Special numeric keyboard

Here, the custom numeric keyboard for Excel is called up at the bottom of the screen.

Updated:
Photo by: CBS Interactive / Caption by:
Hot Galleries

What you missed

Join CNET for an exclusive interview with Google Lunar XPrize teams

Five representatives from the finalist Milestone teams told us how they plan to get to the moon and win $30 million next year. Catch up on this exclusive CNET event.

Hot Products