I switched to Mac about three weeks ago. I was used to use Microsoft Office 2007 for my school work before. Now I got iWork '08 in my MacBook but I think there aren't as much graph options as in Office. It looks like iWork can do only simple financial and statistical charts, nor the mathematical graphs of functions. As long as I need to have graphs in a printable document with some text around, I can't use only Grapher or Matlab. Is Office 2008 like Office 2007 in the making of graphs? Or would you recommend any other software for my work? I got same difficulty with writing equations. In Office 2007, there was equations editor but I haven't found any editor like this in Pages. I'm getting into writing equations in Grapher and paste them into Pages but it would be better to have one software for both word processing and making the graphs/equations. I hope I won't have to install Windows+Office 2007 in my MacBook because one of the reasons why I switched to Mac was to get rid of Windows and other half-working Microsoft stuff.