With iWork '09, Apple's productivity applications have come of age. Unfortunately, their user guides are stuck in infancy. That's where iWork '09: The Missing Manual comes in. This book quickly guides you through everything you need to know about the Pages word-processor, the Numbers spreadsheet, and the Keynote presentation program that Al Gore and Steve Jobs made famous. Friendly and entertaining, iWork '09: The Missing Manual gives you crystal-clear and jargon-free explanations of iWork's capabilities, its advantages over similar programs -- and its limitations. You'll see these programs through an objective lens that shows you which features work well and which don't. With this book, you will: Produce stunning documents and cinema-quality digital presentations Take advantage of Mac OS X's advanced typography and graphics capabilities Learn how to use the collection of themes and templates included with iWork Get undocumented tips, tricks, and secrets for each program Integrate with other iLife programs to use photos, audio, and video clips Learn why iWork is the topic most requested by Missing Manual fans. One of the few sources available on Apple's incredible suite of programs, iWork '09: The Missing Manual will help you get the best performance out of Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and more in no time.The Missing Manual Josh Clark ... If youa#39;re presenting to a group of any size, though, a projector is almost always your best bet. ... There are two basic types of video projectors: LCD (liquid crystal display) and DLP (digital light processing).
|Title||:||iWork '09: The Missing Manual|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2009-04-23|