Apple recently updated its iWork suite of apps and services to include password protecting specific documents.
Not only did Apple ship its latest update to OS X this year, it also gave away iWork for free.
Although not all of the features that were spiked have returned, some of the biggies have, including the customized toolbar.
The company releases an iWork update that adds Google Docs-like collaboration features that Apple announced last month.
Following criticism from users, the company says it will add features like customized toolbars and shortcuts to updated versions of the free software over the next six months.
Those who downloaded a 30-day free trial of iWork have been able to update to the latest, full version free of charge this week, according to 9to5Mac.
As Apple treads into Microsoft Office territory, Redmond touts its Surface tablets while taking some verbal potshots at the iPad maker.
Apple has introduced a new generation of its iWork and iLife suites of apps, and they'll be available for free with every new Mac or iOS device purchase.
Unveiled on Tuesday at Apple's iPad launch event, the new iWork suite lets you share your documents with others via iWork for iCloud.
At its iPad event Tuesday, Apple announced updates for iLife and iWork.