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iPad iWork Apps Updated with New Document Management Features – Create Folders and More

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Boy this week is proving to be big fun, as more and iCloud and iOS 5 features creep onto the iPad and iOS 4.3.

This afternoon I noticed an update (a few days old) to the iPad (and iPhone) iWork apps, Keynote, Numbers, and Pages. They were all updated at the end of May to Version 1.4. Here’s the line in the changes list that caught my eye:

New document manager to easily sort your documents and organize them into folders

All three apps now show your existing documents in a better, bigger area. More importantly you can now create folders within each app’s set of docs, by dragging them onto each other just as you do with apps. There are also new options when choosing to create a new document – the ability to open one directly from iTunes, iDisk, or WebDAV sources. Very nice.

You can also choose whether docs are sorted by name or by date.

OK, this is a still a long way from full access to the file system, but it’s a heck of a lot nicer looking and nicer to work with than what we had before this update.

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iWork Apps for iPad Get a Major Update – iOS 4.2 Multitasking, AirPrint Support & Lots More

iWork Suite for iPad

The iWork suite of apps for the iPad – Keynote, Numbers, and Pages – have all received a major update to coincide with the release of iOS 4.2. There are big new features for each individual app, as well as support for AirPrint and iOS 4.2 multitasking for all of them.

Here are the new features for each of the three apps:

Keynote

– Enhanced presenter display shows the current slide, the next slide, or your notes when connected to an external display.
– Ability to import existing and add new presenter notes to slides.
– Wireless printing with AirPrint using iOS 4.2, including slide range selection, number of copies, and duplex printing.
– Support for iOS 4.2 multitasking.

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