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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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iWork ’09, Apple’s office productivity suite, is the easiest way to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations the Mac way. Pages is both a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout application. It allows you to be a writer one minute and a designer the next, always with a perfect document in the works. Numbers, with its' great-looking templates, easy-to-create formulas, and dynamic tables and charts, gives you simple ways to make sense of your data. Use Keynote to create your presentations, and you’ll be a hard act to follow. Its' powerful yet easy-to-use tools and dazzling effects put the show in slideshow. Packed with over 250 Apple-designed themes and templates—including 60 new designs overall—iWork lets you create projects that look polished from the first page or slide. And iWork is compatible with Microsoft Office, so it’s easy to share your work.
iWork, Apple's office productivity suite, is the easiest way to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations the Mac way. Pages is both a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout application. It allows you to be a writer one minute and a designer the next, always with a perfect document in the works. Numbers, with its great-looking templates, easy-to-create formulas, and dynamic tables and charts, gives you simple ways to make sense of your data. Use Keynote to create your presentations, and you'll be a hard act to follow. Its powerful yet easy-to-use tools and dazzling effects put the show in slideshow. Packed with over 250 Apple-designed themes and templates—including 60 new designs overall—iWork lets you create projects that look polished from the first page or slide. And iWork is compatible with Microsoft Office, so it's easy to share your work.
Documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. The Mac way.
Word processing and then some.
Pages is both a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout application. It starts with an enhanced Template Chooser that lets you skim more than 180 Apple-designed templates. You can easily create stunning documents, from a simple letter to a professionally polished resume to a multipage newsletter and more. Or start with a blank page and let your words and creativity take their own course. Reports, resumes, brochures, newsletters, invitations—whatever you write, Pages puts powerful tools at your fingertips. So you can create beautiful, media-rich documents in minutes.
- Choose from 40 new Apple-designed templates
- Focus on your writing in full-screen view
- Organize your ideas with dynamic outlines
- Customize your documents using mail merge
- Insert equations with MathType 6 (sold separately)
- Create bibliographies with EndNote X2 (sold separately)
Powerful and compelling spreadsheets.
Plan a wedding. Save for retirement. Track your workouts. Keep a baby journal. Spreadsheets can help you organize and plan, and great-looking, Apple-designed templates will help you get started. Choose from 30 templates to use for home, work, and school. Tables are already made. Formulas have been figured out. Fonts are in place. They're all ready to go. Just find something you like and make it your own. If you're starting with a blank sheet, that's easy, too. Spreadsheets are built on a flexible, free-form canvas. So you can move tables, charts, graphics, and text anywhere you want on the page. Effortlessly create formulas using an intuitive browser with more than 250 functions. Add interactive controls such as sliders, steppers, and checkboxes that let you play "what if" in real time. Scale your document with a drag of the mouse to create the perfect printout using the interactive print view. You can even add photos, movies, and music to your spreadsheet with just a few clicks.
- Build powerful formulas with ease
- Perform calculations using over 250 functions
- Organize your data instantly into table categories
- Check your calculations at a glance with Formula List view
- Create 2-axis charts and mixed charts
- Choose from 12 new Apple-designed templates
Cinema-quality presentations for everyone.
Even if you've never used Keynote before, you'll find creating a presentation surprisingly simple. An enhanced Theme Chooser lets you skim through an impressive collection of 44 Apple-designed themes. Once you've chosen the perfect canvas for your presentation, simply substitute placeholder text and graphics with your own words and images. Easy-to-use tools let you add elements such as tables, charts, shapes, photos, and videos to slides. Finish off your masterpiece with cinematic animations and transitions that look as though they were created by your own special effects team. With Keynote, you have all the tools you need to make an amazing presentation amazingly simple.
- Easily create sophisticated animations with Magic Move
- Add dramatic text transitions using new visual effects
- Visualize your data with new 3D charts and chart animations
- Dramatically reduce file size without compromising quality
- Create dynamic flowcharts and diagrams with connection lines
- Choose from eight new Apple-designed themes
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I bought a newer Mac a couple of months ago. When they transferred my data onto the new computer, iWork '09 would not transfer. The new system has the current Yosemite operating system, Apple's latest and greatest. I was told that I would have to reinstall iWork '09 if I wanted to use it, though Yosemite comes with a new version of iWork. I would like to switch to the newer version, but there is an issue with it: Pages is supposed to have a "facing pages" utility (what amounts to book mode, so a document can be designed with pages that can be printed on either side of a piece of paper, as in a book) and a two-up utility (that allows one to view two pages simultaneously), but somehow, those utilities seem to be nonexistent, though Help says those utilities are incorporated in the software. Until those two issues with the new iWork are resolved, it is of no use to me, because I constantly use Facing Pages (book mode). Thus, I continue to use iWork '09, which I have no serious objections to and am entirely accustomed to.
Then, came the next problem: Once I bought iWork '09 and installed it in the new computer, it wouldn't open. It gave an error message indicating that it wasn't compatible with the Yosemite operating system. I managed to resolve that issue with two calls to Apple Support. I ended up speaking to a senior advisor. After explaining that those two utilities didn't work in the new version of iWork, he provided me with the so-called 9.1 and 9.3 upgrades to iWork '09 that, together, make it compatible with Yosemite. So, I am now happily using iWork '09 in the new computer with Yosemite operating system.
As soon as there is a resolution to the new Version of iWork, so that I can use the "Facing Pages" and "Two Up" utilities, I will switch over (simply because it is the newer version that will continue to be upgraded into the future). In the mean time, I'm quite pleased with iWork '09.
I've used Pages and Numbers for years and once you realize that both are more focused on layout and looks than just hard-core production then it makes a lot more sense. Almost everything you need to do from changing fonts to changing margins or merging cells or inserting tables can be handled in the inspector. Keep that window open and you should be able to find or do pretty much anything.
Numbers cannot do pivot tables. Other than that I really had no issues translating files back and forth between Word/Excel and Pages/Numbers.
We also use OpenOffice. Numbers and Pages produce much more sophisticated looking documents.
Keynote makes it very easy to produce a presentation that is much less boring than most PowerPoint presentations.
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