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In the only Apple-certified book on iWork '09, you will learn to create and publish everything from first-rate business presentations to professional marketing packages. Working step by step through self-paced, real-world projects, you will use Keynote, Pages, and Numbers to produce sophisticated results. Author Richard Harrington starts out with the basics of the software interface and quickly has you designing, editing, and publishing. He shows you how to use Numbers to create expense reports and project budgets and to plan special events. You will also learn to use the cinematic effects in Keynote and the new Apple-designed templates in Pages. The guide includes complete coverage of all the new features in iWork '09 including:
Pages '09, Apple's word processing and layout package, now allows users to merge their data from Numbers or their contacts from Address book to create personalized documents; a new full screen view; and an enhanced template chooser with 180 Apple-designed templates.
Keynote '09, Apple's presentation software, offers new Magic Move feature that lets users add sophisticated animation to their projects; new text and object based transitions; and new 3D charts and animations.
Numbers '09, allows which allows users to create gorgeous looking spreadsheets quickly, now offers Easy formulas with over 250 functions; new Table categories; and an Enhanced Template Chooser
All of Peachpit's eBooks contain the same content as the print edition. You will find a link in the last few pages of your eBook that directs you to the media files.
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Intro: Getting Started with the iWork Suite
CH 1 – Creating a Basic Presentation
CH 2 – Adding Images and Sound to Your Presentation
CH 3 – Adding Video and Animation
CH 4 – Building a Custom Theme
CH 5– Converting from PowerPoint & Working with Charts
CH 6 – Rehearsing and Delivering Your Presentation
CH 7 – Publishing Your Presentation
CH 8 – Word Processing
CH 9 – Building a Report
CH 10– Creating a Newsletter
CH 11 – Creating Promotional Materials
CH 12 – Creating Materials for the Classroom
CH 13 – Spreadsheet Essentials
CH 14 – Creating an Event Planner
CH 15 – Advanced Spreadsheet Operations
CH 16 – Advanced Charting Operations