Apple Pages Numbers Keynote

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  1. Apple Pages Numbers Keynote Package
  2. Apple Pages Update
  3. Pages Numbers Keynote Apple Support

We’ve redesigned Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to work even better with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Now, more features are supported, including commenting, conditional formatting, and bubble charts. And each update adds greater compatibility. It’s never been easier to take a Microsoft Office document from your Mac or PC and import it into Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. So you can keep the workflow flowing.

See all the ways our productivity apps support popular Microsoft Office features.

Microsoft Word Format (.docx)Pages for Mac
TextSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Bidirectional TextSupported for Arabic and Hebrew
Column Formats
Font TypesFonts available for download are imported. Unsupported fonts are substituted.
Ligatures
Line Spacing
Subscript
Superscript
Tab SettingSome tab settings may look different
Text Boxes
Linked Text Boxes
Text Colors
Text EffectsSome text effects are preserved
Text Highlighting
Text Wrap
Vertical Text
WordArtText is preserved, but formatting may not be maintained
ListsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Image Bulleted Lists
Numbered Lists
Text Bulleted ListsStylized bullets replaced with plain bullets
Tiered Numbered ListsSome lists may look different
ParagraphsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Background Shading
Formatting
Paragraph Styles
IllustrationsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
ClipArt
Floating Objects
ImagesMost image formats are preserved
Shapes
SmartArt GraphicsImported as shape
ChartsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
2D Column
2D Stacked Column
2D 100% Stacked Column
2D Bar
2D Stacked Bar
2D 100% Stacked Bar
2D Line
2D Stacked LineImported as Line chart
2D Marked Line
2D Stacked Marked Line
2D 100% Stacked Marked Line
2D 100% Stacked LineImported as Line chart
2D Area
2D Stacked Area
2D 100% Stacked Area
2D Smooth Marked Scatter
2D Smooth Lined Scatter
2D Straight Marked Scatter
2D Straight Lined Scatter
2D Pie
2D Exploded Pie
2D Pie of PieImported as Pie chart
2D Bar of PieImported as Pie chart
2D Marked Scatter
3D Column
3D Stacked Column
3D 100% Stacked Column
3D Bar
3D Stacked Bar
3D 100% Stacked Bar
3D Line
3D Area
3D Pie
3D Exploded Pie
3D Stacked Area
3D 100% Stacked Area
Bubble Charts
DoughnutImported as single tier doughnut chart
Exploded DoughnutImported as Pie chart
Surface Charts
Radar Charts
High-Low-Close StockImported as Line chart
Open-High-Low-Close StockImported as Line chart
Volume-High-Low-Close StockImported as Bar chart
Volume-Open-High-Low-Close StockImported as Bar chart
Column Cylinder
Stacked Column Cylinder
100% Stacked Column Cylinder
3D Column Cylinder
Column ConeImported as 3D Column Cylinder chart
Stacked Column ConeImported as 3D Column Cylinder chart
100% Stacked Column ConeImported as 3D Column Cylinder chart
3D Column ConeImported as 3D Column Cylinder chart
Column PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Column chart
Stacked Column PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Column chart
100% Stacked Column PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Column chart
3D Column PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Column chart
Bar Cylinder
Stacked Bar Cylinder
100% Stacked Column Cylinder
Bar ConeImported as Bar Cylinder chart
Stacked Bar ConeImported as Bar Cylinder chart
100% Stacked Bar ConeImported as Bar Cylinder chart
Bar PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Bar chart
Stacked Bar PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Bar chart
100% Stacked Bar PyramidImported as 3D Rectangle Bar chart
Header and FooterSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
FootersTables in footers are not supported
HeadersTables in headers are not supported
Page Numbering
SymbolsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Equation
Symbol
Page Setup OptionsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Borders
Margin Presets
Orientation
Page Sizes
Page BackgroundSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Page Color
Watermark
ReferencesSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
BibliographyEndNote bibliographies are supported. In Word Citation Manager bibliographies, text is preserved but cannot be managed.
CitationsEndNote bibliographies are supported. In Word Citation Manager bibliographies, text is preserved but cannot be managed.
Footnotes
Table of ContentsNot all styling is preserved
Reviewing ToolsSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
CommentsText comments are supported
Ink AnnotationsImported as shapes
Track ChangesChanges to body text continue to be tracked. All other changes are accepted on import.
MiscellaneousSupportedPartially SupportedNot Supported
Breaks
HyperlinksWeb, email and bookmark hyperlinks are supported. File hyperlinks are removed.
Macros
OLE Objects
Tables
Themes
Apple

Apple has released the latest versions of its iWork productive suite today with version 11.0 landing for the Pages, Numbers, and Keynote iOS apps. The new builds feature support for precise editing controls, onscreen keyboards, the option to always open docs in edit mode, and more.

Apple Pages Numbers Keynote Package

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Apple Pages Update

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Pages Numbers Keynote Apple Support

Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are the best ways to create amazing work. Templates and design tools make it easy to get started. You can even add illustrations and notations using Apple Pencil on your iPad. And with real‑time collaboration, your team can work together, whether they’re on Mac, iPad, or iPhone, or using a PC. Apple Updates Numbers, Pages and Keynote for iOS With iOS 13 Support, Mac Apps Gain Bug Fixes Apple today updated its line of iWork apps for iOS devices, introducing support for iOS 13 on Numbers. Pages, Numbers and Keynote for Mac share a common code base and can support many of the same elements, like text boxes, shapes, images, tables and more. You can copy and paste elements from one into the other. This can be handy when you wish to include tables or charts from Numbers in a presentation of word processing document. Thanks for the A2A. I have used Pages, Numbers, and Keynote exclusively for well over a decade now. I don’t even have any Microsoft products on my computer. (I’d like to stress, it’s a preference, not because I think Microsoft products are inferio.