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MacMost Now 536: Annotating Pictures with Pages and Preview
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Yep. Keynote has many of the same tools.
Since I have discovered your site, I have found your video tutorials to be very clear and helpful. You have a good way of explaining things, and keep a good balance as to length of the video. I have told others about your web site. Thanks for your work!
I am having problems with the iWork process. Generally, When originally installed the application via I believe the Installation disc, or the Application disc, when I first got my Mac. It appeared to be a Thirty day trial edition. My Thirty day trial period expired in February this year. So I had to save up to buy the iWork Installation DVD. I bought one from an Apple store yesterday. Installed it on my iMac. When I clicked on any of the related icons in the dock, I get a window saying that I have to buy a Serial Number. It cost me a fortune for the iWork installation disc (which I discovered was a trial edition) Why wasn't there a serial Number with the package, was it because it was a trial version
Try installing again from the discs. Look in your applications folder and see if you now have two copies of Pages (one would be the trial, and one would be the full version you installed) and run the right one and delete the other. If that still isn't working, simply call Apple or visit the store again to have them help. You'll get it sorted out.
I have had problems understanding instructions from an Apple Technician, by phone. because he was either Asian, Pakistani or what. If these people want to be employed by Apple, or Sky,etc. they should go to language school first. to speak our english. The two discs? you mean the Installation discs that came with the iMac?
I mean the iWork disc. The one you just purchased.
Does Pages do labels?
Sure. You can create layouts to fit the labels that you buy.
Thank you! After watching this tutorial (& others, too), I am feeling less "technologically-challenged" by the day. You explain things very well and are helping me to truly get the most out of my Mac!
Most informative, Gary, thank you. Is it possible to use Keynote in a similar manner to Pages to annotate slideshows or presentations exported as movies?