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If there's no way to scale your numbers doc small enough to fit on a pages sized page, you'll have to use a larger paper size (e.g. legal). If you only want your numbers doc to be a different size, you'll need to handle them separately. I'm not aware of any way to change the dimensions of a single page in pages directly but... If the document will "live" ...


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Rename the file extension to .csv then open the file with Numbers.


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The tool keynote-to-text gives a textual representation of a .key file. You can register it as the text converter for a Keynote file by adding to .gitconfig: [diff "keynote"] binary = true textconv = /PATH/TO/KEYNOTE/keynote-to-text And .gitattributes: *.key diff=keynote Then git diff provides useful output:


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You can use Automator.app to create a service in finder. Open Automator. Create a new service documents set the the service receives selected Folders in Finder Add a Get folder contents Action. Add a Get Run Applescript Action. replace the applescript content with the applescript below. . on run {input, parameters} set theCsv to "" repeat with ...


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The easiest (but somehow manual) way is to select all the files in Finder, copy them to the clipboard with Cmd-C and then pasting the names into a Numbers sheet with Cmd-V. If you want more control, you can revert to Terminal for the copy step and run cd /some/folder ls *.jpeg | pbcopy to get the name all jpeg files in this folder into the clipboard.


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If you want a line graph with 2 y-axes. You to insert->Chart-> 2-Axis. Put in your data. One of the sets will be a line the others a bar. The way to fix that is: Select the one that is a bar then to go to the Inspector-> Chart-> Series. It will say series type-> select that and change it from bar to line. Right below that it says plot on: There you can ...


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This feature has been added in Numbers 3.2, released 2014-04-01. Numbers now honors the ⌘-{ and ⌘-} keystrokes for previous and next sheet, respectively. Additionally, the menu items are now under the Window menu to be remapped. Numbers 3.0 and 3.1 did not have this feature.


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preferences -> keyboard -> shortcuts There you can find all existing shortcuts. If you do not find it, you can create it by yourself.


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Here's a simple approach: =If(A1<=0," ",A1) You're simple saying: If the result displayed in Cell A1 is less than or equal to 0, display what's between the parenthesis. It could be Yes, No, Blue, Green, or just Blank space. If Cell A1 is greater than 0, display the value of that cell. You don't have to leave a space between the "" for the formula to ...



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