|Dec 14, 2012, 12:33 AM||#1|
iWork vs office for Mac
I'm new to the Mac world and have never used IWork. I am a pharmacy student currently and while I have no use for spreadsheets I do need some simple productive task. I only need to view power points and type papers in mla format.
What exactly is included in iWork ?
Can a Mac open power points (not create them just for reading notes) ?
Can you save a document as a word file?
How does it compare to word, in particular?
Are there any perks / quirky features that distinguish it from office?
Is it a hdd hog? (I only have 64 gigs)
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