iWork Guide: Guides for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

Apple offers with its iWork apps Pages (word processing), Numbers (spreadsheet) and Keynote (Presentations) a useful alternative to Microsoft's Office programs. Apple's Office alternative is free and, in addition to the apps for Mac, iPad and iPhone, can also be used online via a web browser - even on a Windows or Linux PC. But in order to get everything out of the programs, you need instructions or a manual every now and then. The latter is available for all three programs in a single volume. Like other manuals presented here in the blog, this one comes from the amac-buch publishing house. 

Here I present to you a manual for word processing in Pages, spreadsheets in Numbers and presentations in Keynote. The links take you to the Amazon product page, where you can take a look at the book.
Here I present to you a manual for word processing in Pages, spreadsheets in Numbers and presentations in Keynote. The links take you to the Amazon product page, where you can take a look at the book.

Combined manual for Pages, Numbers and Keynote

Especially when it comes to the basics of using the app, there are many identical points in the three apps. From opening, saving and printing documents to customizing and using the toolbar at the top of the programs to using the sidebar with additional options, much is the same. And that's exactly what happens in the Pages, Numbers and Keynote manual by Gabi Brede and Horst-Dieter Radke received straight away first. The numerous, color-printed screenshots help you understand what is described and apply it to your own screen. There are also information about the key combinations that can be used in all apps and there individually.

On almost 400 pages, everyone who wants to work with the iWork software is introduced, explained and shown step by step how to use it. There's even a single chapter for collaborating with others, so you can use Apple's standard built-in tools instead of emailing individual files back and forth at various stages of editing. In addition to collaboration on the Mac, the sharing of documents and collaborative editing on the iPad, iPhone and the web version are also discussed. But there are also many other tips and tricks, from the first creation of a diagram to the finished presentation.

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