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Iwork, Pages for long documents?


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I am thinking of starting a writing a book on my new mini (dual core). I have Iwork on the computer. Does anyone have any experience with longer documents using Pages? I would consider a third party program if Pages is not practical (gets clunky on longer documents). Also being new Pages, is the software set up to oraganize longer documents?

Overall as a switcher just trying to stay away from Microsoft products. Purely subjective, based on past experiences. Trying to stay with mac as much as possible.

Any opinions?
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pages works fine on longer documents.....i Had one that was about 300 pages long and it worked fine.
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Since I am new to Pages is there a way to organize or index chapters, so that you can go to different sections of the document. I guess there is the thumbnail window...

I guess what I need is some good reference litereature to help me learn the program. The pdf document it comes with is reall brief.
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