IWork for Mac OS X Cookbook

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Sep 25, 2012 - Computers - 324 pages
This book is packed with illustrations and tips to master all the components of the iWork suite and the cookbook problem-solution approach eases the learning curve. This book will show both the new and the confident iWork user how this inexpensive software has all the potential of full creative suites to produce professional quality documents, from unique logos to glossy magazines.
 

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Alexander Anichkin created a small publishing company in 2005 in order to produce a monthly, glossy magazine. To keep costs down, he bought iWork to launch the publication, planning to invest in a full creative suite later on. The longer he used iWork, the more he discovered its full creative potential - the stuff that the manuals don't tell you - and in 2006 he started writing his popular and influential blog, I Work in Pages, to share his discoveries with thousands of followers world-wide. In iWork for Mac OSX Cookbook, Anichkin shows both new and experienced iWork users how this inexpensive software is all you need to fulfill your professional creative projects Russian-born Anichkin was trained in political journalism, editing, design, and print production in Moscow and Wales. He worked at TASS and Izvestia as an editor and as a writer in Russia, Britain, and Japan. He now lives in France with his family.

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