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Pages 12, Numbers 12, and Keynote 12

Apple has updated its iWork apps to version 12, providing Shortcuts support in all three apps to create and open documents when running in macOS 12 Monterey. You can also now use Shortcuts to add rows to a table in Numbers and rehearse a slideshow or start presenting in Keynote. Pages now enables you to publish files up to 2 GB directly to Apple Books and can read comments and tracked changes using VoiceOver. And Numbers now lets you create formulas and quickly fill cells with autofill using VoiceOver and enables copying a snapshot of table cells without formulas, categories, or hidden values. (Free; Pages, 284.5 MB, release notes; Numbers, 252.8 MB, release notes; Keynote, 341.8 MB, release notes; macOS 11.0+)

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