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In the only Apple-certified book on the Apple productivity apps–Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, you’ll learn the how and why of creating and publishing first-rate documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Working through this guide, you will gain confidence working on progressively more complex, real-world projects, using Pages, Numbers, and Keynote both alone and together to produce sophisticated and robust results. This guide provides coverage of the latest features in the Apple productivity apps.
Exploring Pages, Numbers, and Keynote
Lesson 1 Getting Started
Lesson 2 Discovering Common Features
Publishing with Pages
Lesson 3 Approaches to Word Processing
Lesson 4 Working with Charts and Data
Lesson 5 Designing a Brochure
Lesson 6 Building Promotional Materials
Lesson 7 Creating Rich Media ePubs
Organizing and Illustrating Data Using Numbers
Lesson 8 Organizing Data Using Numbers
Lesson 9 Making Interactive Spreadsheets
Lesson 10 Making Customized Calculators
Lesson 11 Illustrating Data Using Charts
Make Compelling Presentations with Keynote
Lesson 12 Outlining a Presentation
Lesson 13 Making Media Rich Presentations
Lesson 14 Developing a Custom Theme
Lesson 15 Rehearsing and Delivering a Presentation
Working with iPad, Mac, and iCloud Apps
Lesson 16 Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iOS
Lesson 17 Moving Between iOS, iCloud, and OS X