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Pages, Numbers and Keynote now compatible with macOS Shortcuts app

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Updates galore tonight for the iWork suite, for macOS as well as on iOS! Version 12 of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote is rolling out to the App Store and Mac App Store, with some cool new features.

Pages (iOS, macOS) now allows the publication on Apple Books of files up to 2 GB. On Mac, the word processor matches its violins with the Shortcuts app to create and open documents. And VoiceOver can read comments and one can track text changes with the accessibility feature.

Numbers (iOS, macOS) now lets you copy a snapshot of table cells without formulas, categories, or hidden values. You can also change the font size using up to two decimal values. And it is now possible to create formulas and fill cells with VoiceOver. On macOS, Numbers can be used with Shortcuts.

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Keynote (iOS, macOS) offers the ability to enlarge slides with a maximum zoom of 400%. And like on Numbers, the presentation app allows you to change the font size.

The last big update for Apple’s office suite dates back to last September, almost in the wake of macOS Monterey.

Pages, Numbers and Keynote already integrate new features from macOS Monterey

Pages, Numbers and Keynote already integrate new features from macOS Monterey

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