I did read that graphs weren't working yet in iWork in iCloud, but ought to work when copying the document through iTunes onto your device. Which completely sucks, as this is a tedious thing to do, even if it's a one-time only thing. Not likely though.
Just did that actually. Crap experience, but gets the chart over.
There are other things coming to iWork in iCloud:
Coming soon in Numbers for iCloud beta
This release of Numbers for iCloud is a beta version. Therefore, certain features aren’t yet supported, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Sending a link to a spreadsheet
- Version history
- Editing charts
- Support for additional browsers
If your spreadsheet includes certain unsupported items—such as charts—those items remain intact when you open the spreadsheet in Numbers for iCloud beta. However, you can’t further edit those items until you download the spreadsheet to your computer or open it on your iOS device.
If your spreadsheet includes other unsupported items—such as table categories—content related to those items is removed when you open your spreadsheet in Numbers for iCloud beta. For more information, go to Opening iWork for iOS and iWork ’09 documents in iWork for iCloud beta.
Note: Numbers for iCloud beta can’t open password-protected spreadsheets. To open the spreadsheet in Numbers for iCloud beta, remove the spreadsheet’s password first.
To print a spreadsheet from Numbers for iCloud beta, download the spreadsheet to your computer first, then print it.
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I tried other things, but it just isn't a finished product yet. A simple drag-to-expand even craps out (and this was on the desktop!):
OT, but Bento is being killed and I have a couple of lists in there that won't sync over to iOS anymore, after upgrading to iOS7. I'm trying out FMP, but it's quite expensive and their syncing solution isn't great either. Ugh!