In iWork ’09, I use Pages most often, then Keynote, and finally, Numbers. All of these applications, in this blogger’s opinion, are far superior to the Microsoft Office competitors. But I won’t talk about that in this Mac Treat…
I was recently reminded of the benefits of password protection when Ed and I presented our departmental review in Keynote to other department managers today at Small Dog, and I wanted to keep the presentation Top Secret.
> To create a password-protected document in iWork ’09, click on the Inspector (the blue “I” universally featured across iWork and other Apple applications) and go to the Documents section (usually the first category in the Inspector) and check Require Password to Open. It will then prompt you to set up a password, verify and set a hint (optional).
Next week, I’ll elaborate on the features of Keynote in “How to Use Keynote Like Steve Jobs” (Or Phil Schiller, as the case may be at the upcoming WWDC event)!