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This spring, Apple added mouse and trackpad support to the iPad with a software update, and ever since then, users with business to take care of have been waiting for Microsoft’s Office suite to include the feature.

Now, 9to5Mac points out that Microsoft says a “phased rollout” is bringing the feature to its Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps on the platform.

You may not see it yet, but it should reach all users over the next couple of weeks, ready to close the gap in productivity between mobile devices and PCs. Microsoft also said the update is bringing new start screens and feature menus that expand its Fluent design language across the apps. Up next, it’s working on “multiple document support in Excel, powerful contextual menus, and offline file support for cloud files.”

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OpinionDemocrats: Stop Chasing Amy and Start Chasing Stacey

Democrats, a majority of white women just aren’t into you.

I know this is painful to hear, and I hate to break the news, but a sincere friend who loves you tells harsh truths, while others write articles about “economic anxiety” and hillbilly elegies.

You have spent so much time and energy over the past several years chasing Amy and Karen. You’ve squatted in Rust Belt coffee shops and visited Midwestern suburban Paneras, talking to “real Americans.” You held numerous focus groups and interviewed hundreds of “undecided voters” desperately trying to understand why they would continue to support a failed businessman and crude misogynist who brags about grabbing women and faces nearly two dozen sexual assault allegations, and how you could get them to support you instead. Despite all that, they don’t.

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