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iWork regains its AppleScript mojo but there's still work for Apple to do

As Apple released OS X 10.9 Mavericks last fall they also introduced new versions of their iWork applications — Keynote, Pages and Numbers. The new release created major disruptions for long-time iWork users who depended on automation workflows that were no longer available in the new releases.

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iWork apps for Mac updated with toolbar customization, new transitions, and more

A day after Apple updated iMovie, the company has released updates to its iWork '13 Apps: Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. The new apps are available for download immediately to the software update system preference and the Mac App Store.

Keynote:

Pages:

Numbers:

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Upcoming additions to iWork for Mac detailed by Apple

Apple has released some details about what changes and features will be making their way to the latest versions of iWork for Mac. Many people were upset when they found that several features were removed from the latest version. But Apple has announced some features that will be coming to iWork for Mac in the next six months.

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Apple's new Mac iWork apps: A big step back in workflow automation

On Tuesday evening Apple posted updates to its iWork apps for Mac - Pages, Keynote and Numbers. Featured during Apple's iPad and Mac event in San Francisco, the new versions of iWork apps sport new features, more thorough iCloud integration and an a unified file format compatible with their iOS counterparts. But there are some important pieces missing for users interested workflow automation, according to Clark Goble, who maintains Clark's Tech Blog. (Goble's post has been widely linked, so you can find a cached copy at Fireballed.org if the original doesn't load for you.)

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