Here, you see a demonstration of the Magic Move transition effect, going from one slide to the next by sliding a graphic element between the two slides.
3Keynote Text Transition
Here, I’ve used the Anagram transition to go from one thought to the next using two slides.
4Keynote Graphic Transition
This graphic transition is eye candy, but it’s cool eye candy.
5Numbers 09 Data with Chart
A dummy eWEEK expense form is used to create a chart that shows expenses over time.
6Numbers 09 File Ready to Mail
In the upper center screen, note that I am now able to e-mail this Numbers file.
7New Numbers Templates
For businesses, only five templates are included with the product. There are several templates for personal finance and educational purposes.
8Chart Linked to Keynote
Here, the expense report chart is now linked to a slide in Keynote.
9Chart Linked to Keynote Matching Style
The same expense report chart now linked to a slide in Keynote matches the style template of the Keynote presentation. Some of the data is truncated. I probably could have fixed this, but it’s how it came across by default.
10Pages Full Screen
Here, you see all distractions and clutter removed from the desktop so that the Pages document is placed at the center of attention. This is a nice way to really focus on a project.
11Pages in Outline Mode
Here is the same Pages document in outline mode. Although a more complex outline might have been more impressive, this simple example actually illustrates the outline function and worked well for me on this particular story about Cisco.