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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I doubt it MS is working on it. According to reliable bloggers, iOS 13 will feature a native approach to open 2 instances of the same app, so MS is probably waiting for that.

    "Gurman claims that iOS 13 is code-named Yukon—Apple typically code-names its iOS releases around ski resort towns, so this checks out—and that it will feature (among other things) a bunch of welcome iPad features:
    -A new Files app
    -Tabs within apps (similar to macOS)
    -The ability to run two instances of the same app side-by-side
    -Apple Pencil improvements
    -File system improvements (like the ability for docs to live outside apps)"
    https://www.macworld.com/article/3269749/iphone-ipad/ios-13-ipad-rumors.html

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    As a OneDrive user, I can save gigabytes of documents for offline viewing in the OneDrive app, but when I am offline and want to edit a Word document saved offline in OneDrive, Word does not try to open it from OneDrive, but instead tries to download it from the cloud, which is obviously not possible.

    The work-around is to open the Word document from OneDrive as a copy into Word and save it on the iPad locally; when I go back online, I can move it back to the cloud (with a different name/version number to avoid naming conflicts).

    Ideally, Word could open any file directly from OneDrive offline and save it locally and automatically syncs it back to the OneDrive when I go back online.

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    This is one of the issues that is holding me from using the iPad offline everywhere. You can download files marked as offline from cloud services, such as Box, but if you are offline, you need to save inside the Office app and then manually upload to the cloud when you are online. It woudl be great if Office could do this automatically.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    I support this idea, and would like to extend it to Box. It would make it much easier to move in and out of wifi environments and not having to worry about losing files.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    You can in version 2.9. Add some data, insert a chart/XY scatterplot, tap on the layouts button in the Chart menu, and chose the 9th chart layout from the top. This a chart layout showing the estimated coefficient of linear regression and the R squared.

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    Thanks for the great feedback. We’ll definitely consider this in the next round of features for the iPad/iPhone. Please continue to vote on this feature idea which will increase its likelihood of getting in the product.

    1/26/17
    This feature request is still on our backlog but there is nothing we can commit to at this time.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Dear Scott, it is now December 2017. Is the feature going to be implemented?

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Dear Scott,

    This has been under review since November 2015. Do you have any update?

    Thanks.

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    Hi Kia,

    Great suggestion, this is definitely something we’ve been thinking about. We’ll consider it along with all the other ideas here and prioritize it according to the votes – so please keep voting if you want to see the priority raised!

    Best,
    John [MS XL]

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    You can limit drawing to inside the visible "unfrozen" area in the bottom right, and inside the frozen row and column headers. This would not be unpredictable.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I agree. Moving through a large spreadsheet should be made easier using the keyboard.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    When I double-tap on a cell with a formula, Excel helpfully assigns different colors to the elements of the formula, and highlights the cells that are linked to the formula with the same colors. But at the same time, it also brings up the virtual keyboard obscuring half the screen, as it assumes that I want to edit the formula. In many cases, I just want to quickly audit formulas without editing them with the keyboard. Can you think of a way that allows users to audit formulas without covering the screen?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I agree. Just to clarify, it happens if you pick up an Excel from a cloud service using the iOS cloud document picker. The bug has not always been there and the Excel version of perhaps a year back does not have this auto-save bug. If you access an Excel file through the native cloud connection in Excel, the bug does not happen.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please fix: Virtual keyboard covers cells that is edited

    If you use the Freeze Panes function to freeze the first 10 rows (on an iPad Mini screen) and tap to edit a cell in one of the rows below the frozen rows, the virtual keyboard comes up, but it will cover the cell that you wanted to edit. Worse, there is no way to scroll up or down, because the only cells that are visible are frozen! So the only way is to unfreeze the worksheet before editing and then freeze again. Please fix this!

    One option would be that the entire worksheet moves up to show the cell that is being edited.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I reported this to the Microsoft Community:

    Thanks so much for reporting this issue. Our engineers have informed us that this bug is currently in the works. We'll post back with information on the fix as soon as it gets released out to our customers. Apologies for the inconvenience.

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_mobile-excel/excel-ios-briefly-pops-up-vertical-keyboard-when/552dfdf1-390a-4638-9e52-d96c3492ffe0

    Anonymous commented  · 

    This is the same with my iPad Air 2 with a bluetooth keyboard. It seems to be general Excel for iOS problem.

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