Apple will add new features to its free version of iWork, followingthat many were missing in the software's latest release.
The company posted a notice on its site Wednesday that acknowledged the missing features, with a promise to incorporate them in upcoming releases over the next six months.
"In rewriting these applications, some features from iWork '09 were not available for the initial release," the post reads. "We plan to reintroduce some of these features in the next few releases and will continue to add brand-new features on an ongoing basis."
Apple announcedfor its iWork and iLife software last month. But the freebie downloads upset some power users. With Pages -- Apple's word processing app-- for example, users missed the customizable toolbar, endnotes, and many templates.
Apple said it would be adding many features back in for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
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