Itunesfor Mac Part 75

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Itunesfor Mac Part 75 Average ratng: 9,9/10 1663 reviews
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Create gorgeous documents in minutes with the Pages for Mac word processor. Start with an Apple-designed template to instantly create gorgeous reports, digital books, resumes, posters and more. Or use a blank document and create your own design. Easily add images, movies, audio, charts and shapes.

And use comments, change tracking, and highlights to review your work. With iCloud built in, your documents are kept up to date across all your devices. And with real-time collaboration, your team will be able to work together at the same time on a Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch — even on a PC. Collaborate with others at the same time. With real-time collaboration, your whole team can work together on a document at the same time. Collaboration is built right in to Pages on the Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Easily record, edit, and play audio right on a page. Support for Dark Mode gives Pages a dramatic dark look. Toolbars and menus recede into the background so you can focus on your content. Requires macOS Mojave. Support for Continuity Camera allows you to take a photo or scan a document with your iPhone and have it automatically appear in your document on your Mac. Requires macOS Mojave and iOS 12. Enhance your documents with a variety of new editable shapes.

Performance and stability improvements. 7.1 Jun 14, 2018. Make beautiful digital books using new book templates. Collaborate in real time on documents stored in Box. Requires macOS High Sierra. View pages side by side as you work. Turn on facing pages to format your document as two-page spreads.

Add an image gallery to view a collection of photos on the same page. Create master pages to keep the design consistent across your page layout document. Use donut charts to visualize data in an engaging new way. Enhance your documents with a variety of new editable shapes. Additional options for reducing the file size of documents. New option to automatically format fractions as you type. 6.3.1 Nov 9, 2017.

Enhance your documents using a library of over 500 professionally drawn shapes. Reply to comments and join threaded conversations. Add linked text boxes so text easily flows from one place to another. New auto-correction and text replacement options save time while typing. Export documents as fixed layout ePub books.

Change margins, headers, footers and paper size while collaborating. Improved support for Hebrew and Arabic languages. The Stock and Currency functions now return data from the previous market day’s close. 6.1.1 Apr 25, 2017. Add bookmarks to easily link from one part of your document to another. Add elegant mathematical equations using LaTeX or MathML notation.

Quickly open password-protected documents using Touch ID on the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Easily replace fonts throughout an entire document. Import and export documents in Rich Text Format (RTF). New leader lines make pie charts easier to read. New stock and currency functions provide up-to-date securities data in tables.

Customize dates, times, and currencies for your language or region. 6.0.5 Oct 27, 2016. Ana Claudia Cunha, I like it I was having problems with Word, as it kept crashing, slowing my mac down, and was just not working for me, so I decided to give Pages another try. It does take some time to figure out how everything works if you’ve used word ever since computers were a thing. I do have to say it seems a bit less practical than Word for certain things, but for other, I have found myself being more practical. Since it does take a couple of days to get used to it, it might seem like it doesn’t compare to Word in the beginning, which is why I gave up on it a couple of times.

It was when word crashed and didn’t save my extensive nursing school notes that I finally gave up on it. Pages has worked well, it looks simple, it does everything Word does (that i ever used), it takes up less storage space on my mac, and it hasn’t slowed my mac down or crashed yet. So I give it my approval:D I officially took the next step and have deleted office from my computer ✊ There is one thing I wish it would do that it doesn’t (or maybe it does and I havent figured it out): I wish I could add preset bullets and lists so that they would be available in future documents without having to save templates. Same goes for Styles. I look forward to seeing future updates as I’ve been reading reviews and people seem to have the same complaints: that the earlier version was better. If I already like it now, I can’t imagine what it was like before.

Would be nice to see this super practical app of the past resurface. Ana Claudia Cunha, I like it I was having problems with Word, as it kept crashing, slowing my mac down, and was just not working for me, so I decided to give Pages another try. It does take some time to figure out how everything works if you’ve used word ever since computers were a thing.

I do have to say it seems a bit less practical than Word for certain things, but for other, I have found myself being more practical. Since it does take a couple of days to get used to it, it might seem like it doesn’t compare to Word in the beginning, which is why I gave up on it a couple of times. It was when word crashed and didn’t save my extensive nursing school notes that I finally gave up on it. Pages has worked well, it looks simple, it does everything Word does (that i ever used), it takes up less storage space on my mac, and it hasn’t slowed my mac down or crashed yet. So I give it my approval:D I officially took the next step and have deleted office from my computer ✊ There is one thing I wish it would do that it doesn’t (or maybe it does and I havent figured it out): I wish I could add preset bullets and lists so that they would be available in future documents without having to save templates. Same goes for Styles. I look forward to seeing future updates as I’ve been reading reviews and people seem to have the same complaints: that the earlier version was better.

If I already like it now, I can’t imagine what it was like before. Would be nice to see this super practical app of the past resurface. Rallx, Good but could be great In many ways, Pages is a joy to use, but it lacks just a few small features to make it really great. Ironically, most of the missing features would find very broad use in academia and I had hoped today's event would be the perfect time to (re-)introduce them: (1) Line numbering-This is required by vitually all journals to which academics submit manuscripts, not to mention by lawyers and other groups, but Pages still cannot sequentially number lines throughout a documents.

It is irritating to have to move the manuscript to MS Word just to number the stupid lines! (2) Non-contiguous selection-this was present in the 'old' Pages but has not appeared since. It is essential in technical writing so you can set all your subscripts or super scripts at once (or efficiently apply italics, etc.). (3) Interoperability with other apps-Compatability with EndNote and MathType was hardwired into pages a few versions ago, but lack of open format and scripting access prevent much more capable, and more frequently updated apps, like Bookends from being nearly as useful as they could be (and as they were in the 'old' Pages). There are other minor issues but these are the big three, at least for university-level academics. (And, yes, I have submitted these feedback requests multiple times!). Rallx, Good but could be great In many ways, Pages is a joy to use, but it lacks just a few small features to make it really great.

Ironically, most of the missing features would find very broad use in academia and I had hoped today's event would be the perfect time to (re-)introduce them: (1) Line numbering-This is required by vitually all journals to which academics submit manuscripts, not to mention by lawyers and other groups, but Pages still cannot sequentially number lines throughout a documents. It is irritating to have to move the manuscript to MS Word just to number the stupid lines! (2) Non-contiguous selection-this was present in the 'old' Pages but has not appeared since. It is essential in technical writing so you can set all your subscripts or super scripts at once (or efficiently apply italics, etc.).

(3) Interoperability with other apps-Compatability with EndNote and MathType was hardwired into pages a few versions ago, but lack of open format and scripting access prevent much more capable, and more frequently updated apps, like Bookends from being nearly as useful as they could be (and as they were in the 'old' Pages). There are other minor issues but these are the big three, at least for university-level academics. (And, yes, I have submitted these feedback requests multiple times!). Anicknamethatsnotused, Linked Text boxes need improvement I have hung on to Pages 09 for two reasons, both of which are still better than the current pages. First, it allows higlighting multiple portions of text or numbers at a time and then editing them all at once (for example, if I want to make all the numerical references in a body of text superscript, I can simply highlight all of the numbers and with one click, edit them all at the same time). The current “upgrade” of pages still requires the user to edit each number or portion of text one by one, even if you wish to do the same thing for each portion of text.

Not efficient at all, and very laborious. Second, if you are going to permit linking text boxes, PLEASE give the freedom to move around the text boxes to wherever we want! What is the point of linking them if Pages forces each box to stay on the page instead of moving with text wherever we want? Then it just automatically switches the order of the linked boxes and makes me want to tear my hair out! I will need to keep installing Pages 09 for these two reasons until Pages allows these functions.

I realize they are more challenging because ipads and phones have limitations that a laptop doesn’t have, but please address! Developer Response, We value your feedback, and we encourage you to submit that to us directly here: apple.com/feedback.

Anicknamethatsnotused, Linked Text boxes need improvement I have hung on to Pages 09 for two reasons, both of which are still better than the current pages. First, it allows higlighting multiple portions of text or numbers at a time and then editing them all at once (for example, if I want to make all the numerical references in a body of text superscript, I can simply highlight all of the numbers and with one click, edit them all at the same time). The current “upgrade” of pages still requires the user to edit each number or portion of text one by one, even if you wish to do the same thing for each portion of text.

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Not efficient at all, and very laborious. Second, if you are going to permit linking text boxes, PLEASE give the freedom to move around the text boxes to wherever we want!

What is the point of linking them if Pages forces each box to stay on the page instead of moving with text wherever we want? Then it just automatically switches the order of the linked boxes and makes me want to tear my hair out! I will need to keep installing Pages 09 for these two reasons until Pages allows these functions.

I realize they are more challenging because ipads and phones have limitations that a laptop doesn’t have, but please address! Developer Response, We value your feedback, and we encourage you to submit that to us directly here: apple.com/feedback.