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Discover how to use iWork, Apple's office productivity suite, on the iPad. Author Rich Harrington shows how to get the most from each of the three apps: Keynote, for presentations; Pages, for working with text documents; and Numbers, for spreadsheets. Learn how to work with text, photos, tables, charts, shapes, and photos in each program. Plus, learn about the multiple benefits of iCloud: collaborating with others, synchronizing your iPad with your Mac or PC, and backing up important documents.
Hi, my name's Rich Harrington. And, welcome to this course where we explore using the iWork applications for iOS. It doesn't matter if you're using an iPad, an iPad mini, an iPhone, or even an iPod in some cases. You can access these great productivity apps from Apple. I'm going to show you different ways to use these applications to get common tasks done, as well as how to synchronize things from your iOS device back to your laptop, as well as iCloud.
There's a lot a different things to cover, here. And, depending upon your needs, you may find yourself focusing on one area. We're going to take a look at Keynote for presentations, Apple Pages for working with documents, and Numbers for spreadsheets. And, you may find a little bit of overlap between some of the sections, as the user interfaces are similar. But, I've designed the course so you can fully learn about each of those applications, and get the most essential training under your belt. Besides individual sections for each of the three apps, there are some sections of this course that are designed for all of the apps.
Things like how to collaborate with iCloud, or sync documents between your Mac and your iOS device, or your PC and your iOS device, as well as common tasks like printing and sharing. Make sure you explore these sections as they apply to all of the iWork apps. We've got a lot of great things to cover. And, I'd like to welcome you to the course.
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