MACWORLD EXPO, SAN FRANCISCO—January 5, 2000—Apple® today introduced AppleWorks® 6, adding more than 100 features and a stunning new user interface to its award-winning productivity application.AppleWorks 6 is an integrated word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation application. New features include: an easy-to-use presentation environment where users can quickly create multimedia slides that integrate text, tables and digital elements such as QuickTime™ moviesand iMovies™; more than 150 professionally designed templates; 50 new fonts; and built-in Internet content capabilities that allow users to access more than 25,000 high-quality clip-art images.
“AppleWorks 6 makes it simple to create professional-looking documents from the classroom or the living room,” said Phil Schiller, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “A new user interface and easy-to-use presentation environment make AppleWorks 6 a must-have application.”
System Requirements, Pricing & Availability
For the Mac, AppleWorks 6 requires an Apple computer with a PowerPC processor, at least 24 MB of physical RAM with virtual memory turned on, a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive and an Internet connection for accessing the online digital images. AppleWorks 6 runs on Mac® OS 8 and Mac OS 9and is expected to be available in early February from Apple Authorized Resellers and The Apple Store™ (www.apple.com) for an estimated retail price of US$79.
Windows 95 and Windows 98 versions are expected to ship in spring 2000.
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