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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.


Posted in Business
Submitted by 0d7mxtf9vw@dispostable.com about 2 months ago
Basic modern looking profit and loss acoount spreadsheet.
Posted in Business
Submitted by hackspeedy about 2 months ago
A physical calendar you can share between your devices. Keep your daily notes on the fly sync on the cloud and open on another device when you need them.
Posted in Finance
Submitted by Mothage 3 months ago
I created this to replace my various accounting software that were always too confusing, cumbersome and expensive! This is a simple template that will allow you track business expenses and then look at a fancy pie chart for a breakdown of the various business expense categories. I use one tab per month (so you'll need to duplicate tabs). You have to manually enter the ending balances from the previous month to a new month. The columns on the far right for "Taxes" are my way of keeping "pockets" of designated funds within my same bank account. So I know that out of the total balance $xxx is set aside to pay Uncle Sam. The "available" balance reflects this. You'll want to customize the income sources (drop down items) and then add them to the corresponding table for the chart. Further enhancements planned will be carrying the balances forward (if possible) and quarterly and yearly summary sheets. Enjoy!
Posted in Education
Submitted by gastonmieres 3 months ago
Template with text format and style according to the needs of theatre playwriting. Made in pages 6.0.5
Posted in Other
Submitted by April 4 months ago
Each month has a 5 weeks where yu put in the names and the tithes for each week and it automatically adds the tithes then sends the totals to a sheet where totals from Jan thru dec are put in automatically. so you have the totals for each month on one then adds them automatically to give you a total for the year.