.Mac has a scheduled down time tomorrow up through the Apple event. <br><br>and then there is this speculation that iWork '08 is being announced tomorrow.<br><br><a href="http://www.9to5mac.com/iwork-update-august-7th-spreadsheets-54235423">link to more alleged details</a><br><br>i'd be happy if my $99/year gave me something closer to what i get elsewhere for $99. i guess if i took advantage of backup and/or sync services of .Mac i'd think differently, but i don't. <br><br>a spreadsheet app with iWork. meh. i think Excel is about as good as it gets from Microsoft, but i also realize many folks want to be MS free. <br><br>
I have been wanting an excuse to get iWork. I wonder if they will give another 30 day trial for us to look that the spreadsheets. Also, I wonder if they will keep the same $79 price.<br><br>And is this just going to be another Claris works spread sheet clone.<br><br>dave<br><br><br><br>
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
[color:blue]"a spreadsheet app with iWork. meh. i think Excel is about as good as it gets from Microsoft"</font color=blue><br>I agree that Excel is as good as it gets but it would be nice to have something that is more compatible with Pages. <br><br><br>
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