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Learn about simplified data entry in Numbers for iOS

Numbers for iOS 3.1 and later automatically formats data based on what you enter. Learn how to change the format and enter data with the keyboard.

Add current stock quotes and currency exchange rates in to your spreadsheets in Numbers

Whether you are tracking investments for retirement, saving for college, or doing financial research, use Numbers to create spreadsheets that pull current and historical stock performance and live exchange rates directly from the internet. 

Use the object list to manage objects on Keynote slides

Learn how to use the object list to select objects, move up and down in the layering order, group, or delete them.

System requirements for iCloud

This article provides the recommended system requirements and minimum system requirements for iCloud.

Opening iWork files in iWork for iCloud beta

Learn about using iWork for iCloud beta to open files created in the iWork for iOS or Mac apps (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote).

Web-only access to iCloud

Don’t have an iOS device or Mac? You can still sign in to iCloud.com and use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iCloud to create beautiful documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, and collaborate with others in real time.

Working with iWork ’09 files

Learn what to expect when Using iWork for Mac to open documents created in iWork ’09 or to export documents to iWork ’09.

iWork for iCloud beta: Using Keynote for iCloud beta with Internet Explorer

Learn about the limitations of playing Keynote presentations in Internet Explorer.

Keynote for iCloud release notes

We’re constantly updating Keynote for iCloud beta. Updates are cumulative, so when you launch Keynote on iCloud.com, it has all the latest features. You can see all the features included with each release below.

iWork for iCloud beta: About images and Internet Explorer 9

Learn about adding images to your iWork for iCloud beta document when you are using Internet Explorer 9.