iWork - Pages

kirjoittanut Mark Wood
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69 pages
We all need to use productivity software for word processing, to reconcile budgets, or to make presentations.
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I am a printmaker, twenty years into my professional creative practice. I use iWork daily as part of my business administration, to write articles and create teaching materials.

I enjoy the process of concept and design, providing solutions to problems both technical and creative. In my seri...


We all need to use productivity software for word processing, to reconcile budgets, or to make presentations. Apple users have the option to use iWork software, from Apple, to perform these tasks. This is one of three guides that explore the essential features and functions of one of the three applications that make up the iWork Suite. This guide investigates Pages for Apple’s OSX.

Pages is an easy to use word processing and page layout application programme and it integrates well with Apple’s ecosystem of products. This guide illustrates common uses for Pages, including letter and report writing, creating PDFs and electronic publications (ePUBs).

  1. About The Author
  2. Introduction
  3. Opening Pages
    1. Starting with a new Blank document
    2. Starting with a Template
  4. Overview of the Pages Interface
    1. The Tool Bar
    2. Customising the Tool Bar
    3. The Inspector
    4. Importing Text and Graphics
    5. Using the Media Browser
  5. Word Processing in Pages
    1. Text Formatting
    2. Using Styles
    3. Copying style sheets across documents
    4. Headers & Footers
    5. Automatic Page Numbering
    6. Inserting Date & Time
    7. Spelling Checking
  6. Page Layout (Desktop Publishing) in Pages
  7. Modifying Pictures and Graphics
  8. Working With Charts And Tables
    1. Importing Charts And Tables
    2. Modifying Chart Data
    3. Modifying Table Data
    4. Autofill Data
  9. Mail Merging
    1. Mail Merge Using Address Book
  10. Creating Labels
  11. Collaborative Working
  12. Sharing Your Work
    1. Using Pages with hyperlinks to create PDFs for multiple platforms.
    2. Making ePub Documents.
    3. Exporting a Word, RTF or Plain Text Document
    4. Printing
  13. Conclusion