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In Pages '09 Essential Training, David Rivers teaches many creative, time-saving features that will help both experienced and first-time users of Apple's word processing and page layout tool. David explains how to get started by customizing the user interface; then shows how to create unique, eye-catching documents using the text tools, templates, and styles in Pages '09. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) My name is David Rivers. I have been a training consultant for over 20 years working with applications that elevate productivity in the workplace. I'm excited to present Pages '09 Essential Training and show you the ease and versatility of Apple's latest version of this program in iWork '09. We will start the course with an overview of the basic layout tools, using sections, headers, footers, tables of contents, numbering and even bibliographies with EndNote X too. Then we'll explore the functions that give a document its unique character. You will see the menu of templates Apple includes with Pages '09 and how to customize them to give them the look you want.
I will show you how to insert and manipulate various objects in your document. You will also see how Pages '09 integrates with some of the other versatile programs in the iWork '09 Productivity Suite. We'll get into displaying tables and charts and of course I will show you several ways to get your documents out to the people who need to see them. Let's get started with Pages '09 Essential Training.
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