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iPad at Work For Dummies by Galen Gruman

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Chapter 5

Engaging Apple iWork: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

In This Chapter

arrow Sharing iWork documents via cloud storage services and with other apps

arrow Creating, duplicating, and deleting documents, spreadsheets, and presentations

arrow Editing, laying out, and formatting text documents in Pages

arrow Working with spreadsheets and formulas in Numbers

arrow Creating and animating presentations in Keynote

Almost everyone uses Microsoft Office, and so can the iPad (see Chapter 6). But Microsoft Office isn’t the only option for editing documents, working with spreadsheets, or creating presentations on your iPad. In fact, the best office suite for your iPad is Apple’s iWork, which includes Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.

In this chapter, I first explain what's in the iWork suite and how to get it, and then I describe the document management features common to all three iWork apps. Next, you see the main capabilities of the three iWork apps, with a section each on Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.

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