Everyone can print from Office for iPad.
An important new feature in Office for iPad is printing, at least to AirPrint enabled printers. The assumption is that printing is only available to Office 365 subscribers who get the full product enabled with editing.
Printing is available to ALL Office for iPad users – subscribers or not.
We overlooked this important point about the April 2014 update … because it’s just one of the ‘details’ that Microsoft didn’t bother to mention themselves! In the short blog posting, that’s the entire information about the update, printing for non-subscribers doesn’t get a mention. If is wasn’t for a stray comment below the main post, it would remain a Redmond secret: “Printing is free for everyone. You can view and print documents without an Office 365 subscription.“
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