Apple Training

Pages / Numbers / Keynote / iMovie / Photo / iPhoto
 
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Apple was founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976 to develop and sell personal computers. It was renamed Apple Inc. in 2007 to reflect its shifted focus toward consumer electronics. Apple developed its own operating system, the latest version being MacOS Sierra (version 10.12). Apple also independently develops computer software for its operating system, much of which is bundled with the Mac computer. We have been offering Apple application training since 1985.

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We provide training for the following:

Introduction to Macintosh: start here for the grand tour which will introduce you to your Apple Mac.

Pages (word processing): is a powerful word processor that gives you everything you need to create reports, flyers, newsletters, invitations, books, ePub files, etc. You can save Pages documents as Word files, or import and edit Word documents right in Pages, and the most popular Word features are supported, too.

Numbers (spreadsheets): these spreadsheets are built on a flexible, free-form canvas so you can add tables, charts, graphics, and text anywhere you want on the page. You can save Numbers spreadsheets as Excel files, or import and edit Excel spreadsheets right in Numbers, and the most popular Excel features are supported.

Keynote (presentations): makes it simple to create and deliver beautiful presentations, using powerful tools and dazzling effects that bring your ideas to life. You can work effortlessly with people who use PowerPoint.

iMovie: is great for producing professional movies that you can view on a web site, a computer or a DVD.

Photo or iPhoto: these applications offer you many ways to organise, enhance and share your digital photos, whether you have 100 images or 100,000.