Welcome to iWorkCommunity

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 nzo201 almost 6 years ago
This is a generic Call Sheet for film/TV/Commercials etc.
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Submitted by ericet almost 6 years ago
Pay Comparision is a Numbers spreadsheet to do a comparison between two pay analysis to help you make the choice between two jobs and see the impact and difference (pay, days etc...) between job 1 and job 2.
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Submitted by ericet about 6 years ago
Pay Analysis is a Numbers spreadsheet to see how much per year you can earn depending on the number of days that you work and your hourly rate. There is also an Expenses section, if you need to add certain expenses to your hourly rate. Great for consultants trying to figure out how much per hour to charge for contracts. All numbers are gross so no income taxes are deducted...
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Submitted by trosasco23 about 6 years ago
I'm a Professional Organizer and I created this invoice to be able to bill my customers for their final invoice. It's a one-page invoice but you can always add more lines (for example: if you buy lots of items for your customer and you need to charge them for them). Every field that's shaded has a formula in it. If you're interested and have any questions on this template, contact me and I'l explain it more in detail for you.
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Submitted by Chris.Tollins about 7 years ago
Here is a log for safe food handling temperature in a fridge or freezer. Please Note: These are standards set by Canada Public Health. The standards may vary from country to country (ex. Canada states food must be kept at 4℃ in a refrigerator where India is 8℃.)