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© 2006-2010 Alexander Anichkin, All Rights Reserved.
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I know that many thousands of iWork users look for solutions to their particular projects, so, because I use Pages every day I thought I should share my own experience with others in the form of a blog. This seems to me an easier way of organising the many notes I have scribbled down, mostly for myself, than posting them on various forums.

I do not, as a rule,  write about anything I haven't tried myself, so all the tips and solutions, with their limitations and problems encountered, are proven by my own experience.

While it is not as easy as it sounds, I think anyone with basic computer knowledge can relatively quickly train themselves to use Pages and then master its features to create a wide variety of documents, from business cards and flyers to brochures and magazines. The user's manual is about 200 pages long, but the Help and the templates included with iWork provide easy to follow pointers and examples of work. It took me about two weeks to go through the manual, and another two months to create the magazine dummy from scratch. I have produced more than thirty issues of the magazine, The Rendezvous, and a number of brochures, pamphlets and cards.

Photos of apples on this blog are a tribute to Apple Macintosh, they were taken by me, unless stated otherwise.



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© 2006-2010 Alexander Anichkin, All Rights Reserved.
All content is original and was created by me, the author and publisher of I Work in Pages.
Quotations and images are attributed where applicable.
No republication without express prior permission.
Blog template by Blogger with customisation by the publisher.