The first step was to turn the iPad into a suitable laptop location that we got while iOS imported the Split View function, a task that allowed us to open two split screen systems on the iPad, but by a significant margin as it did not allow us to open the same app twice in the screen separator.
Opportunities to open the same program twice on the screen of our iPad was restricted to the Safari browser
As the months passed, plans that could be put to good use of the project were reviewed, most recently becoming the Office's application package. If we are Word users, Excel and Powerpoint finally pwe can open two different documents from the same application in split screen
The functionality of this function is the same so far: if we have, for example, the use of the Word on a full screen, it should press and hold the Word application icon then drag it to the side of the screen where we want to place it and open the document we need.
To stop working on either of these two documents, we simply move the controller with a splitter that separates the two programs / books so that only the document we're working with continues. Or this project has come in about 9 months after launch on iOS 13, it's a bit slower than before.
The next task the Office will receive will be the support of the trackpad and mouse, support that will be useful to home users, especially Excel, so that they can pull both numbers and formulas, but not exclusively.