Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using linked charts, part of iWork '09 New Features.
In iWork '09 you can now copy a chart in a Numbers spreadsheet, paste it into a…Pages or Keynote document and keep them linked so that if you make any changes…to the data in the Numbers document, you can easily update the Pages or Keynote…version of the chart as well.…In this spreadsheet in Numbers I have a chart tracking my running club's…Monthly Distance Goals and Totals. I would like to include this chart in our…next newsletter. To do so all I need to do is select the chart, copy it, switch…over to my newsletter which is in Pages and paste in the chart. I'm free to…arrange and resize the chart anyway I like in Pages.…
Notice with the chart selected there is an indicator here telling me this is a…linked chart. I can return to them just by expanding the chart controls here…and you can see the source is Running Club and if I click that, it takes me…right back to my Numbers spreadsheet.…So now let's enter the Total Distances for July, August and September in the…spreadsheet. I'll do this for the simple calculation. Just highlight the…
- Using the new Outline mode in Pages
- Exploring the new chart types
- Organizing and categorizing data in Numbers
- Exporting projects to various formats
- Using the new object positioning and motion guides in Keynote
- Displaying multiple data sets in a single chart
- Animating charts in Keynote
Skill Level Intermediate
1. New Global Features
Using iWork.com6m 11s
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