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Office of Educational Technology
iPad for Innovative Leaders
Day 2

iWork is one of the best reasons to get an iPad. It provides an opportunity to create great looking presentations, documents and spreadsheets right on the iPad. At this workshop you will learn about the iWork productivity applications — Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. In addition to creating great documents, you can open Microsoft Office files, edit them and send them back to your computer or share with any Mac or PC user.


iWork on the iPad

• iWork for content creation
• Using iWork models, participants will be involved in creating materials to use in their day to day administrative duties.
• Participants will be involved with content management and data flow, getting materials to the iPad and from one app to another


Downloading & installing the software

Keynote for iPad

Explore existing templates

Creating your own new presentations

Adding slides

Adding transitions

Adding photos, tables, charts, media

Working with masks

Importing PowerPoint presentations

Exporting presentations

Pages for iPad

Explore existing templates

Creating your own new blank documents

Changing fonts styles

Adding photos, tables, charts, media

Navigating large documents

Importing Word documents

Exporting documents

Numbers for iPad

Explore existing templates

Creating your own tables

Creating your own forms

Creating your own charts

Using formulas

Adding photos

Importing Excel files

Exporting files

Getting More from iWork

Discussion & demo on iTunes File Sharing to sync files from desktop to app

Discussion & demo on WebDAV services: Box.net, Dropbox, SMEStorage

Demo of iPad accessories to leverage iWork - Dock Connector to VGA Adapter & Camera Connection Kit

Discussion & demo of Printopia for the Mac - AirPrint to shared printers on a Mac OS X computer

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iWork Workshop Agenda.pdf

The iWork productivity applications are completely redesigned to use with the unique operating system of the iPad. You will discover how easy they are to use and what makes them the most powerful productivity apps ever built for a mobile device.


iWork Suite


Pages, the powerful word processor for Mac, has been completely redesigned for iPad. It’s the most beautiful word processor you’ve ever seen on a mobile device. Documents look stunning on the bright, vivid iPad display. Use Multi-Touch gestures to lay out letters, flyers, brochures, reports, and more. You can start with a template or import an existing Pages or Microsoft Word document from Mail, your MobileMe iDisk, or a WebDAV service.

Pages has everything you need to create and share documents, including beautiful Apple-designed templates, easy-to-use formatting options, and advanced layout tools. Start with the perfect template, create your document from scratch using your choice of colors, fonts, and textures, or import a Pages ’09, Microsoft Word or text file.

Pages also includes templates, including letters, projects, resumes, and page layout offerings like a poster, party invite, and more. A toolbar and style ruler appear when the iPad is in Portrait mode; you can use this to adjust paragraph and character styles, text alignment, tabs, pages and column breaks, custom fonts and colors, or to activate features like spell checking. It also includes a built in dictionary. More importantly, it allows you to open, edit and view Pages or Microsoft Word documents from your PC or Mac.



Keynote, the powerful presentation application for Mac, has been completely redesigned for iPad. It makes creating a world-class presentation, complete with animated charts and transitions, as simple as touching and tapping.

Keynote has everything you need to create amazing presentations, including beautiful Apple-designed themes, custom graphic styles, and stunning animations and effects. Start quickly with a theme and add the slides you need with just a few taps, selecting any of eight slide masters. You can also open a Keynote ’09 or Microsoft PowerPoint file.

It comes with many built in themes. It creates presentations complete with slide-to-slide transitions, text effects, and animations. Spell checking is also included. More importantly, it allows you to open, edit and present Keynote or PowerPoint presentations from your PC or Mac.

Download a PowerPoint



Numbers is a full functioning spreadsheet. You can zoom in and out of spreadsheets by pinching; create charts instantly by selecting the type you want to use and then just selecting the cells you want to chart and dragging and dropping them into place; and rotate between landscape and portrait modes to get the best view. Numbers includes more than 250 mathematical functions, and you can create your own formula based on those functions. You can also create simple input forms using Pages--helpful for taking inventory, counting attendance, or performing various other tasks where you have to enumerate or categorize based on specific input criteria. Most importantly, it allows you to open, edit and view Numbers and Excel documents from your PC or Mac.


Numbers, the powerful spreadsheet application made for the Mac, has been completely redesigned for iPad. Tap the bright Multi-Touch display to create compelling, great-looking spreadsheets in minutes. With over 250 easy-to-use functions, an intelligent keyboard, flexible tables, and eye-catching charts, all the answers are at your fingertips.

Numbers has everything you need to organize data, perform calculations, and manage lists. And you can do it all with just a few taps. Start with one of the beautiful Apple-designed templates and add your own tables and charts or open a Numbers ’09, Microsoft Excel or CSV file. Use predefined styles for tables, charts, images, and text to customize the look of your spreadsheet.

Three ways to get documents to your iPad

· Use Dropbox to access your files on the go.
· Use email to transferyour documents
· Use iTunes to transfer documents

How do iWork files go from the computer to the iPad or from the iPad the computer?

iWork for iPad: About iTunes File Sharing

Instructions to transfer files---Add to iBooks



The Keyboardless Office




Keynote Themes:


Keynote for iPad
Get answers fast (Keynote)
Keynote for iPad: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Keynote for iPad: Best practices for creating a presentation on a Mac for use on an iPad

Keynote Extras

KeynotePro: iPad Update Report

Pages for iPad
Get answers fast (Pages)
Pages for iPad: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Mobile Word Processing on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch
Apple’s Pages for iPad FAQ - The Amazing iPad

Pages Extra

iPad Pages Templates | Custom Templates for iPad Pages | TCGeeks
FaCILISI.COM - Pages Templates - iPad

Numbers for iPads
Get answers fast (Numbers)
Numbers for iPad: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Numbers Extra

Spreadsheets on the Go with Numbers for iPad

iPad Accessories to Get More Out of the iWork Apps
Apple iPad Dock Connector to VGA Adapter - Apple Store (U.S.)
Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit - Apple Store (U.S.)

Getting Files To & From iWork for iPad
iWork for iPad: About iTunes File Sharing
SMEStorage: Multi-Cloud Data Access
Box.net | Online file sharing, content management, collaboration (see Box.net desktop for Macs (sorta) | UNEASYsilence)

General iWork Articles to Review
Review: iPad: Exploring iWork
Tips for creating an iPad-compatible Keynote presentations on a Mac

Printing from the iWork Apps via AirPrint
Printopia - AirPrint to Shared Printers - Print from iPad - Print from iPhone - Ecamm Network
Activate AirPrint on Windows | 9 to 5 Mac Activate AirPrint on Windows | Apple Intelligence

Other Apps to Enhance iWork on the iPad