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Printed from beta adds new storage, web presentation options

updated 01:00 pm EST, Mon January 10, 2011

Enables embedded code

Apple has made two important upgrades to the beta. Keynote '09 presentations can now be viewed on the web, with support for animations. The technology extends to the iPad, where touch gestures can be employed to swipe through slides when browsing in Safari.

The changes secondly address online storage. People can upload documents for private storage and access on other computers, or else share files with others using public links. Presentations can be newly embedded in outside websites, using specially-generated code.

Apple suggests that the new features will only function if iWork for Mac is fully up to date. Sharing files on can be accomplished by picking the option under the Share menus in Pages, Keynote or Numbers.

The iWork software suite has notably remained without a new major new release since 2009, despite intervening launches of iLife '11 and the Mac App Store.

by MacNN Staff




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