This introductory video tutorial shows how to use Track Changes so that you and your colleagues can easily see the changes you’ve made to your document. The benefit of using track changes it that you can make suggestions on where and to improve the text, allow another person to either edit, accept or reject what […]
Use this Apple iWork Pages Action Plan template to identify what you want to accomplish, prioritize, and track. This Action Plan template pack includes a 14 page template and 7 spreadsheets to organize your planning activities.
In this tutorial, we’re going to look at how to create a table of contents (TOC) in Apple Pages. One of the nice things about Pages is that it automatically updates the TOC as you add and delete content. No need to manually update or remember to refresh the TOC. Also, as the entries in […]
Want to add emojis to your Apple documents so people think you’re hip and cool and in with the In Crowd? Well, I do. iWork Pages offers literally hundreds of emojis. Seriously. You’re looking to bling up your status report, then you’ll find something here. So, where are these puppies? Click Edit, Emoji & Symbols. […]
If you have a more recent version of Pages, you might be wondering where are the Special Characters gone. They used be there, right? But where are they now? Ok, let’s take a look. The Special Characters are there; they’re just a bit hidden. Apple Pages – Add Special Characters If you have an older […]
To change the indent level (hierarchy) of an item in the list, click anywhere in the item To move the item to the right: Press Tab. To move the item to the left: Press Shift-Tab. In this example. I indented the second bullet point to the right using Press Tab. To end the list, press […]
Want to create lists with special characters in Apple Pages? Apple Pages – How to Create lists with special characters Click Edit > Special Characters, then click a character from a bullet or star menu. Note: From 10.3.3, Special Characters are called Emoji & Symbols.
If you want to create lists automatically in iWork Pages, then this tutorial will help. Apple Pages – How to Create a List automatically The first thing to do is to turn on the setting in Preferences, then start typing your lists. Of course, if this annoys you or gets in the way, then just […]