I think your main problem with iWork and iLife apps (generally speaking) is that you, like me and many others, EXPECT more from the apps than what they were truly intended to do. We're looking for pro or semi-pro level features from a consumer-level app.<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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yep. the vast majority of folks who use these and other apps are not waiting for the new versions to see what features have been upgraded or added. these are the folks who rarely explore the menu items to learn about possibilities. unfortunately for me, these are also the folks who show up in my office on a weekly basis asking me to help them do something that could have been answered by just using the app's help function. doh.<br><br>
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