Apple’s iCloud is not just to store backups or photos and videos; it also allows you to be productive. The iWork is a bundle of apps consisting of Numbers, Keynote, and Pages that comes in super handy to create documents while you are on the go. But what if you need to export iWork files to other devices? Thankfully, iCloud also allows you to export or save your iWork documents.
If you are new to the iCloud and iWork mechanism, this post with a step-by-step guide will help you. Just go through it and follow the steps.
iWork for iCloud Tip: Export or Save iWork Documents from iCloud
Within iWork for iCloud, there are a few things that can come in handy when you want to make iWork documents more flexible to use.
For starters, Apple lets you download whatever document you are working on in iWork for iCloud. And that’s nice because the export option is one of the most important things needed for anyone who’s working on docs. Be it Pages or Numbers or Keynote, you can export them all.
To export, follow the steps:
Step #1. Go to iCloud.com and login with your Apple ID.
Step #2. Click on Pages or Numbers or Keynote to open documents within that particular iWork app.
Step #3. You will be shown a list of documents within the iWork app you selected at step #2.
Step #4. Right click on the document you want to export and click on “Download a copy.”
Step #5. Depending on the iWork app you are working on, you’ll be presented with multiple file format to select for exporting the file.
Click on the format you want to export.
Now it will create a file for download and automatically save it in the Downloads folder.
iWork for iCloud can also be used a PDF converter, just in case if you wish to. Also, it supports exporting the file in Microsoft-compatible formats, which is useful if you have to send the document over email to a non-Mac user. Whatever may be the use case, iWork is certainly useful to create documents quickly while you are on the go.
Give it a try and do share your feedback with us in the comment below.
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com, who has a keen eye for news, rumors, and all the unusual stuff around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting content on social media.