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iWork is Apple’s productivity software suite, consisting of Pages (a word processor), Keynote (presentation software), and now Numbers (a spreadsheet app). These applications are phenomenally designed (in our opinion), easy to learn, and efficient to use. iWork is built around the use of templates – and the templates provided by Apple are great! But we felt there would be a strong demand for more; so we set up this site to allow the community of iWork users to share what they have created.


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Submitted by lstndfnd001 about 2 years ago
this is a Finance tracker that uses a single register for all accounts. Some of you may recognize your work. i built off of anothers template i do not remember who or i would list their name here for his hard work. if anyone has any suggestions on possible changes or additions let me know.
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Submitted by JimIntriglia about 2 years ago
Created using Numbers v3.2.2, the Dealer Lease Cost Comparison Worksheet will facilitate gathering, calculating and comparing car lease costs quotes provided by auto dealers. This spreadsheet is a great shopping, negotiating, and educational tool, when you are in the market to lease a new vehicle. The worksheet works great on an iPad-- especially handy when you are in the final stages of negotiating the final cost of a vehicle in the F&I (Finance and Insurance) guys office. When quoted lease cost variables change, like interest rates, money factor, etc., simply plug-in new quoted values and re-calculate all of the key lease cost aspects, including the "walk-away" cost of the lease.
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Submitted by info@invoiceocean.com over 2 years ago
A simple, professional-looking invoice that is ready to use immediately by downloading it to your hard drive. All you need to do is fill it out and send it to your client.
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Submitted by lstndfnd001 over 2 years ago
very simple money tracking template. can be sized to anyone. income and expense with difference. also a printer friendly first tab that has all information and a bar graph for those who want it.
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Submitted by mswint over 3 years ago
Check next to the payee you want to use, enter the amount you want to pay, then print. Your personal (wallet size) check will be filled in and ready to sign.