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If you already have Office 2008, you may or may not want to upgrade to Office 2011. I have both (on two different machines) and clearly, Office 2011 is superior to Office 2008 in many ways. But it's up to you since the Home and Student version of Office 2011 only allows for one install unless you buy the three pack.

As for a version of Word, Powerpoint, or Excel for iOS, it doesn't exist. Microsoft "supposedly" is working on a version, but I would not hold my breath for too long on that....

If you have an iPad and need a word processor program or presentation program, your best choice would be Pages and Keynote. Remember though, you must purchase them separately from the iTunes store. They will not work on your Mac.
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