Thursday, September 23, 2010

Numbers for iPad Gets iDisk Support, Excel (.XLS) Export

Numbers for the iPad has been updated with support for MobileMe iDisk, Microsoft Excel (.XLS) export capabilities, and more.

Numbers, the powerful spreadsheet application made for the Mac, has been completely redesigned for iPad. Tap the bright Multi-Touch display to create compelling, great-looking spreadsheets in minutes. With over 250 easy-to-use functions, an intelligent keyboard, flexible tables, and eye-catching charts, all the answers are at your fingertips.

Using Numbers, you can:
- View and edit Numbers ‘09, Microsoft Excel, and CSV files from Mail, the web, your MobileMe iDisk, a WebDAV service, or your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing.
- Share your work by exporting it to Numbers ’09, Microsoft Excel, or PDF format and send it via Mail. Or, publish to public beta.
- Choose from 16 Apple-designed templates including Budget, Travel Planner, and Running Log.
- Organize your data with great-looking charts and tables.
- Use an intelligent keyboard designed to enter dates, formulas, text, or numbers.
- Assemble formulas with over 250 functions, including built-in help.
- Create a form from any table for quick data entry.
- Drag across your data in full-screen view to get an instant summary or chart.
- Navigate your document with ease using tabs to jump from one sheet to another.
- Quickly add photos and videos from the Photos app with the Media Browser.
- Work without worry as spreadsheets are automatically saved whenever you make a change.
- Use the Undo button to go back through your previous changes — even the next time you open your document.
- Copy spreadsheets between your iPad and your MobileMe iDisk, a WebDAV service or directly to your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing.

What's New In This Version:
- Export spreadsheets to Microsoft Excel (.XLS) format.
- Copy spreadsheets between Numbers and your MobileMe iDisk or a WebDAV service.
- Ability to group and ungroup objects.
- Open CSV files from Mail and other apps.
- Import and export Numbers ’09 tables with image background fills in cells.
- Improved export of tables with customized borders.
- Improved font matching when importing Numbers ’09 or Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.
- Improved creation and editing of hyperlinks in text boxes.
- Improved text options for tables including font, size and color settings for individual cells.
- Improved usability and reliability when sharing spreadsheets with public beta.
- Improved reliability when importing spreadsheets with large images.
- Improved reliability when importing and exporting spreadsheets with overlapping objects.
- Improved reliability and performance when importing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.

You can purchase Numbers from the App Store for $9.99.

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