On Saturday, August 6, 2005 at 3pm, Nicholas Pyers will demonstrate Pages, Apple’s new word processing and page layout program, and the one that will very likely supersede AppleWorks before we’re all much older.
Pages uses all of Mac OS X’s sophisticated graphics routines to help you produce truly professional-looking documents both simple and complex, with a minimum of effort.
Importantly, Pages makes it very much easier to construct documents incorporating photos and other graphic elements, and gives better results, to boot.
Family histories, newsletters, flyers and plain letters are relatively simple to create, and you can use the provided templates to make you look like a professional. Come to the Main Auditorium at 3:00pm and see how.
- Saturday, August 6, 2005
- Main Auditorium, Building 4
Elgar Road Campus, Box Hill TAFE
Cnr Whitehorse & Elgar Roads, Box Hill
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