- Tables. Now your spreadsheet isn’t just a workbook made up of sheets. Numbers breaks it down further and embeds self-contained tables in each sheet, with their own style, header, rows and columns and intuitive human-friendly data entry and formula references.
- Smart Print View. Easily see whether or not your sheet will print on 1 page or 50, and use an easy slider to shrink and expand your work onto the right amount of sheets. Fun!
- Drag and drop OFX and Address book cards into Numbers. You don’t like Quicken? Download transactions from your bank and drop ’em right into Numbers for a pretty auto-generated table.
The highly-touted Excel compatibility is the only thing that disappointed; we got a formatting incompatibility warning when importing a sheet. To be fair, it wasn’t anything that broke calculations, but it might scare off those corporate Excel-loyal types.
Check out these plus more features in the screenshots below.
An iWork ’08 license will set you back about 99 buckeroos, but a fully-functional 30-day trial is available for download.
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