Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video A note about reduced functionality, part of iWork: Workflows and New Features.
…What I'm going to tell you now is going to be a…bit of a surprise to some of you, and perhaps a slight disappointment.…There is good news and bad news with the updates to the iWork applications.…Apple has unified the file formats so that they are easier to use across devices.…So, whether you choose to run iWork on your computer,…using the native apps, for pages, numbers, or keynote, or you…access them through a Web browser on a Mac or…a PC, or you're using one of your mobile devices.…
You can use the exact same file across all…of those devices and all of the functionality transfers.…Well, on first glance the unified file format sounds great.…Everything just moves across devices.…But here's the bad part.…Some features were left out to preserve compatibility.…So as…a long time KeyNote user, some of the features I love like Smart builds…are gone, and many of the transitions I like to use are no longer there.…And with Pages, I use it all the time for reports, and fliers, and posters and…to actually use it for some complex page…
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- Installing iWork
- Setting up iCloud
- Sharing via AirDrop
- Printing with AirPrint
- Enhancing objects and text with styles
- Adding animation to presentations and spreadsheets
- Working with coaching tips
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Installing the Software
2. A New Way of Collaboration
3. Essential New Features in Pages
4. Essential New Features in Keynote
5. Essential New Features in Numbers
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