There are tables of contents, charts, and more available.
White shows off some powerful formatting and touch-oriented features on Office for iPad.
We're on to an Excel-made chart embedded in the Word doc. Interacting with these charts and photos can be done in-app.
You can insert photos into your text, and move it around. As you move it, the text will adjust to fit around it.
It's worth noting that the styling of the app has an iOS 7 look. It looks more like an Apple app, than something from Microsoft.
"We built co-op right into these Office apps," says White. "I have five people editing this document right now."
Like regular Office, you can view a markup of your documents, and see changes from other contributors
We're jumping out of Word and into Excel for iPad.
"This is definitely not the ported Windows app to an iPad...These are uniquely built for the iPad." --White
We're onto PowerPoint now.
Not surprisingly, each service has its own app: Word, PowerPoint, Excel.
If you touch and hold on the screen in PowerPoint, you get a laser pointer on the screen. That's kind of cool.
We're onto Office365 now. White says it's on a freemium model.
White is emphasizing that everything syncs across your devices, thanks to the cloud.
"Effective today, Office 365 subscribers have the full capabilities of the Office for iPad apps," says White.
To reiterate, if you're an Office 365 subscriber, you get the suite for free.
White is talking about how Office 365 works for IT.
We're moving quick! We're onto the Samsung tablet. Files can be accessed across platforms, White explains.
Apps will be downloadable from Microsoft portal to reinforce IT security.
We're talking Azure now, having covered almost the whole Microsoft universe in 15 minutes flat.
Microsoft will rely on an application gallery to let people use a single username and password to access hundreds of apps with a single sign-on.
Here's Microsoft's other big announcement: White unveils the Enterprise Mobility Suite.
"IT has one place to go to manage devices and keep apps secure"- White
White walking us through a DocuSign demo on iPhone, showcasing how it syncs with Office 365 and moves across all platforms.