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Clearly, OmniOutliner is a dedicated outliner with a few tricks up its sleeve, particularly the Pro version whereas Pages is a word-processor with page-layout pretensions ... so far they are entirely different. But where there is a point of comparison is the inclusion of an outliner within the latest version of pages.

I haven't tried it, as I use OOP for any outlining purposes, and the truth is the only purpose for which I use pages is opening .DOC files which include tables, as badly set-up tables and nested tables in .DOCs are handled much better by Pages than by Nisus Writer Pro.

But MacUser UK recently carried an article by one of its columnists on the Pages outliner and its problems. You can find it here:

http://www.macuser.co.uk/2226-an-out...-planning-tool