CEO of Boinx software, Wednesday, January 8, 2020 starting at 6:30 pm, Whole Foods Lincoln Park, 1550 North Kingsbury, Chicago, IL


iWork vs Google Docs, Wednesday March 4, 2020, at 6:30 pm

Hi,

Our program for Wednesday, March 4, 2020 will feature Russ Conte showing two free options for office software: iWork from Apple, and Google Docs.

First up is an overview of the latest version of iWork: Apple
Pages, Numbers and Keynote. These run on Mac and iOS systems, and allow collaboration. We will also see several 3rd party tools (mainly professional templates and clip art on the Mac and iOS app stores) that integrate with iWork applications and help your results look very professional.

Whether you are writing business proposals, doing presentations, or creating elegant tables of data for reporting, Apple has a free software tool to give you get very good results. You can collaborate with others using the same software to create a finished team document that can be exported in many different formats.

For the second half of our time we will look at
Google Docs. Many individuals and businesses use Google Docs for their Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentations, Forms, and more work. We’ll look at ways to collaborate, share and edit in real time using Google docs.

For both office suites we’ll look at syncing, sharing, collaborating, integration (DropBox, iCloud, etc.), platforms (Mac OS, iOS, other platforms), and available support.

Interested? Join us Wednesday, March 4, 2020 starting at 6:30 pm!

The Chicago Apple User Group compares iWork to Google Docs
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
6:30 pm (Central Standard Time)
Whole Foods Lincoln Park
Red Star Room (elevator accessible!)
1550 N Kingsbury St
Chicago, IL 60642
Apple Map to here: 
Whole Foods Market - Lincoln Park
Google Map to here: 
https://www.google.com/maps/dir/1550+N+Kingsbury+St,+Chicago,+IL+60642/

Sincerely,

Russ Conte
President, Chicago Apple User Group