Some Missing Apple iWork Features To Be ReIntroduced Says Apple

After releasing the new versions of its Apple iWork’s suite of applications for free last month, Apple received a fair amount of criticism for removing some of the features within the Pages, Numbers and Keynote applications which previous users had come to rely on.


Now after receiving feedback from users Apple has announced that it will be making a U-turn of sorts and reinstating some of the missing iWorks features in the next few releases as well as add new features on an ongoing basis.

Some of the new features you can expect to see in Apple’s iWork’s suite of applications over the next 6 months include:

Customize toolbar
Vertical ruler
Improved alignment guides
Improved object placement
Import of cells with images
Improved word counts
Keyboard shortcuts for styles
Manage pages and sections from the thumbnail view

Customize toolbar
Improvements to zoom and window placement
Multi-column and range sort
Auto-complete text in cells
Page headers and footers
Improvements to AppleScript support

Customize toolbar
Restoring old transitions and builds
Improvements to presenter display
Improvements to AppleScript support

As well as making their iWork’s suite of applications free to Apple device owners, Apple also announced that they will be releasing their new OS X Mavericks operating system for free as well as all-new operating system updates in the future. Making Microsoft look a little silly charging for its latest Windows 8.1 operating system update for users that didn’t already own Windows 8.

For more information on the new missing Apple iWork features jump over to the official Apple websitefor details.

Reference: geeky-gadgets


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