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Microsoft Office On The iPad? Don’t Hold Your Breath

Wouldn’t it be cool if you had a version of Microsoft Office on the Apple iPad? It would be awesome. Create Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on your tablet. I’d buy it. Yes, it sure would be cool. Of course, it would also be cool if Bill Gates chose to adopt me. And it would [...]
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