If you find Apple Pages 5 puzzling or you want to get more out of the software Michael E. Cohen’s US$20 Take Control of Apple Pages is a good starting point. The 266 ebook is published by TidBits Publishing (ISBN: 9781615424320). On one level Cohen has written a comprehensive user manual for the software. The […]
Microsoft’s PowerPoint is better known, but many would argue Apple Keynote is the better presentation app. Keynote (US$20 or free if you buy a new Mac) beats PowerPoint with features and ease-of-use. Those two departments are easy to measure. Less easy to measure is how it tackles creating presentations from a more graphical point of view. […]
Apple rebooted iWorks early in 2014 with versions for both OS X and IOS. The software runs much the same on Macs and iPads although there are feature differences. iWorks is free if you buy a new Mac or iPad. If you have older devices, you can buy the apps — Pages, Number and Keynote […]
Google Docs had the online collaboration game to itself for years. Then Apple added collaboration to the cloud versions of its iWorks apps. A few days later Microsoft pulled similar features into the Office Web Apps. All three competing software suites now allow co-workers to co-operate on the same documents, making real-time changes. Although I’ve […]
Creating elegant tables for use on a web page seems difficult from inside Apple’s elegant walled-garden. Bill Bennett find the limits of iWorks.