Megapack for iWork & MS Office
Developer: Nick Maskill
Current Version: 3.2
Last Updated: 12 months ago
Download Size: 2.2 GB - Download
The best of both worlds and platinum package of documents, presentations, and spreadsheets for iWork and Microsoft Office.
Tools to create great-looking documents using Pages and Microsoft Word.
Annual reports and magazines, newspapers and datasheets, business cards and letterheads, calendars and greeting cards, resumes and cover letters. With these creative, functional, and professionally designed templates, your document looks great, even before you start writing.
Plan, organize, and control your business, home, and personal life with smart spreadsheets for Microsoft Excel and Numbers.
Business finance and planning, calculators, sales analysis tools, personal management and checklists, calendars, and much more. These spreadsheets are easy to use with the hard stuff—calculations, functions, and formulas—already there. Being organized has never been so easy.
Present, engage, and connect with contemporary Keynote and PowerPoint presentations.
You’ll find half the work already done; smart transitions and animation presets, built-in infographics, 3D charts and diagrams, percentages and ratios, key facts and figures, interactive maps, and interesting text and photo layouts.
Supports iWork and Microsoft Office.
Templates can only be edited in their respective iWork (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) and Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) applications.
Presentations need to be duplicated prior to editing.
Fixed error preventing some users from opening Pages and Numbers templates
Updated Pages templates to Pages 5.6.2 format
Updated Numbers templates to Numbers 3.6.2 format
Most Helpful Reviews
I got ripped off and want a refund - This app is packaged, displayed, and priced as if it is a bundling by Apple of Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. Only after I'd paid and downloaded it did I realize that it's not at all what I expcected. I then had to pay the same price to buy the 3 apps above as originally intended. I think I deserve a full refund of my Megapack purchase price, and Apple should review how this product is displayed, to keep this from happening to other unsuspecting customers.