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Apple Updates Keynote & Pages to Improve Reliability

Apple Updates Keynote & Pages to Improve Reliability

by , 6:05 PM EST, March 17th, 2005

Apple Computer released an update for iWork's component applications, Keynote and Pages, bringing Keynote to version 2.0.1, and Pages to version 1.0.1. Both updates address reliability issues for the software.

Keynote is Apple's presentation software. The update notes for Keynote say simply that, "Keynote 2.0.1 addresses isolated issues that may have affected reliability for some customers."

The Keynote update weighs in at 21.8 megabytes.

Pages is Apple's new word processing package announced during January's Macworld Expo in San Francisco. The update notes say that, "Pages 1.0.1 addresses isolated issues that may have affected reliability for some customers and resolves an issue related to deleting complete page"

The Pages update is 28.3MB. Both updates can be found in Software Update Control Panel. As of this writing, Apple has not added any information about the updates to its Web site.

Thanks to TMO forum member FlossMan for the text for the updates.

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