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Pages 14, Numbers 14, and Keynote 14 Agen Schmitz 5 comments

Pages 14, Numbers 14, and Keynote 14

Adds support for selecting multiple noncontiguous portions of text to all three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 13+)

Pages 13.2, Numbers 13.2, and Keynote 13.2 Agen Schmitz 8 comments

Pages 13.2, Numbers 13.2, and Keynote 13.2

Adds support for 3D objects to the three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 12.3+)

Adam Engst 13 comments

Discovering the Hidden Power of Google Sheets

Faced with the problem of wanting to build a budget calculation spreadsheet for his running club, Adam Engst embarks on a journey during which he learns that modern spreadsheets can go far beyond basic row and column calculations.

Pages 13.1, Numbers 13.1, and Keynote 13.1 Agen Schmitz No comments

Pages 13.1, Numbers 13.1, and Keynote 13.1

Adds support for SVG files and stacked chart summaries to the three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 12.3+)

Pages 13, Numbers 13, and Keynote 13 Agen Schmitz 5 comments

Pages 13, Numbers 13, and Keynote 13

Enables exporting and sending of documents in a different format from the macOS Share menu. (Free, various sizes, macOS 12.3+)

Pages 12.2, Numbers 12.2, and Keynote 12.2 Agen Schmitz 2 comments

Pages 12.2, Numbers 12.2, and Keynote 12.2

Brings new collaboration features to the three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 12.0+)

Pages 12.1, Numbers 12.1, and Keynote 12.1 Agen Schmitz No comments

Pages 12.1, Numbers 12.1, and Keynote 12.1

Brings mail merge to Pages and adds dynamic backgrounds to Keynote. (Free, various sizes, macOS 11.0+)

Pages 12, Numbers 12, and Keynote 12 Agen Schmitz No comments

Pages 12, Numbers 12, and Keynote 12

Extends Shortcuts support for all three iWork apps in macOS 12 Monterey. (Free, various sizes, macOS 11.0+)

Sharon Zardetto 10 comments

Charts in Appleā€™s Numbers Spreadsheet: Which One When?

Appleā€™s Numbers and Pages apps provide a plethora of charting choices. But neither helps you with the crucial decision regarding what type of chart to use for which kind of data. Hereā€™s a roundup of your choices, and some advice as to when each should be used.

Pages 11.2, Numbers 11.2, and Keynote 11.2 Agen Schmitz 4 comments

Pages 11.2, Numbers 11.2, and Keynote 11.2

Improves collaboration and translation capabilities for the three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 10.15+)

Pages 11.1, Numbers 11.1, and Keynote 11.1 Agen Schmitz 1 comment

Pages 11.1, Numbers 11.1, and Keynote 11.1

Adds the capability to link to objects and add links to objects in Numbers and Pages. (Free, various sizes, macOS 10.15+)

Pages 11.0, Numbers 11.0, and Keynote 11.0 Agen Schmitz 6 comments

Pages 11.0, Numbers 11.0, and Keynote 11.0

Introduces a new media browser with enhanced search options and new content categories to the three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes, macOS 10.15+)

Pages 10.3.5, Numbers 10.3.5, and Keynote 10.3.5 Agen Schmitz 3 comments

Pages 10.3.5, Numbers 10.3.5, and Keynote 10.3.5

Brings compatibility with macOS 11 Big Sur and new icons to the three iWork apps. (Free, various sizes)

Pages 10.2, Numbers 10.2, and Keynote 10.2 Agen Schmitz 2 comments

Pages 10.2, Numbers 10.2, and Keynote 10.2

Brings a variety of new, editable shapes that can be added to documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. (Free, various sizes)

Pages 10.1, Numbers 10.1, and Keynote 10.1 Agen Schmitz 1 comment

Pages 10.1, Numbers 10.1, and Keynote 10.1

Updates all three iWork apps with new video capabilities and more. (Free, various sizes)