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iWork '09

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Platform : Mac, PowerMac, Mac OS X
366 customer reviews

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  • iWork '09, Apple's office productivity suite, is the easiest way to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations the Mac way
  • Creating the perfect brochure, flyer, report, or resume is faster and easier than ever with Pages '09
  • Create spreadsheets, organize data, and write formulas with simple yet powerful tools using Numbers '09
  • With great new features in Keynote '09, creating a show-stopping presentation is surprisingly simple
  • Share your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with anyone on a Mac or PC as Microsoft Office or PDF files
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  • ASIN: B0014X2UAK
  • Item model number: MB942Z/A
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (366 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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244 of 257 people found the following review helpful By Rudy on January 20, 2009
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As a Vista-fugue, the main reasons for even bothering with a `Bootcamp' Windows installation were Microsoft "Office" and Intuit's "Quicken/Turbotax", both richer-featured in their PC than in their Mac releases. Disappointingly, iWork '08 'Pages' performed better as an image-based page layout package for the multimedia center crowd, proving woefully underpowered in a professional business office ... crippled by the tediously awkward conversion hassle from *.doc to *.pages documents.

No more! With iWork '09, Apple has virtually erased any remaining barrier to business office `switchers' still on the fence. I have explored and tested Pages '09 since its online release as a downloadable fully functional 30-day trial demo. I was so impressed with the new Pages (as against the flashy eye candy of the '08 version) that I ordered the full boxed version. [The trial software is well worth a test run to see if iWork meets your needs.) The new Pages now easily exports a document in doc, txt or pdf format, and does a remarkably lifelike transformation of even highly complex Word documents, tables, lists, or legal briefs with a mere double-click or drag-and drop.

Rather than spreading myself too thin, I limit this review to `Pages', leaving commentary on `Numbers' to spreadsheet buffs ... `Numbers' capabilities, in the past, were no match for the depth of MS-Excel. If `Numbers` performs as well as `Pages' in this iWork overhaul, then the product will be the best eighty bucks gift for your Mac. `Keynote', an image-with-outline presenter's tool, probably will prove at least the equal of MS-PowerPoint considering the Mac's flair for spectacular graphics.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Flashdawgs Mom on March 15, 2009
I bought my first mac about a year ago now, I LOVE IT & WILL NEVER GO BACK TO A PC. My original mac purchase was due to the uber frustration with vista (ugh!) then with all the XP updates to bring it up to "vista standards", my XP crashed & burned. BEST THING THAT EVER HAPPENED TO ME!!! I love the iWork program, it is wonderful because, as a nursing student in a college that is still microsoft controlled, I no longer have to use microsoft for mac which had it's own set of microsoft problems. With iWork, I can do my school work & save it in windows format (.doc) then email it in to my teachers which is great!!! I build keynote presentations, save them as power point & present them at school with no problem. Just like with everything else Apple, iWork allows the user to be much more creative!!! If you have any kind of written communication with others who have not thrown their PC out of a window, this is a MUST HAVE!!!
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77 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Michael McKee on February 8, 2009
This is a nice if unspectacular upgrade. All three programs have been improved. It isn't the have-to-have change that iWork 08 was, but I'm happy with it. All three programs include more of Apple's slick templates, integrate with each other better and sport useful new features.

The biggest changes are in Numbers, which makes sense as it's the newest member of the suite. Apple claims 90 new functions. No longer being a power spreadsheet user I don't need all of them but the much improved charting is appreciated. Numbers also integrates with Pages for page merge, so you can use non-Address Book contact lists. That was an obvious omission in the previous version and is honestly useful. Also Numbers charts and tables inserted in Pages and Keynote will change if the spreadsheet is changed. Again an obvious omission in the last version that's been addressed. Don't move your files, though or you'll lose the links. As before, Numbers is an easy to use and attractive program for normal people. It isn't a replacement for Excel for power spreadsheet users. Thank goodness I don't have to do that kind of work any more.

Keynote has some stunning new transitions and effects that extend the sheer elegance of its presentations even farther beyond Powerpoint. If you do a lot of presentation work, Keynote is worth the price of the suite all by itself. And there are some new templates that reflect Apple's excellence in presentation.

Choosing templates in all three programs is now a bit easier with the improved template chooser.

Pages is the program that I use daily and it has a couple of new features that I appreciate. The full screen mode, that blacks out background distractions is welcome. That's been around in a number of programs before and I've gotten used to using it.
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95 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Pascal Tiscali on June 11, 2009
Pages does have a very nice intuitive interface, as with most Apple products. And I suppose the main advantage of Pages is that you can do layout and word processing in one application. But for those interested more specifically in word processing - especially long documents, with many headers and subheaders, indexes, etc. - Pages is not yet optimal.

The main problem with Pages in my view is the lack of a "Document Map" feature. When working with long documents that have a lot of subheadings, Pages becomes clumsy to use. You have to work directly within the Outline view, collapsing and expanding sections. But this entails realigning the text, so you often end up navigating up and down through several pages to find the place where you had been working.

Another significant problem is that it does not export perfectly into Word. For example, when you save your Pages document as a Word file and then open it in Word, the Document Map feature in Word will not parse the document correctly. The result is that once you have converted a document to Pages format, it's pretty hard to convert it back into Word format.
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