Pages User Guide for Mac

  • What’s new in Pages 13.2
  • Intro to Pages
  • Word-processing or page layout?
  • Intro to images, charts, and other objects
  • Create a document
  • Intro to creating a book
  • Use templates
  • Find a document
  • Open or close a document
  • Save and name a document
  • Print a document or envelope
  • Undo or redo changes
  • Use sidebars
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  • Change the document view
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  • Create a document using VoiceOver
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  • Select text and place the insertion point
  • Add and replace text
  • Copy and paste text
  • Add, change, or delete a merge field
  • Manage sender information
  • Add, change, or delete a source file in Pages on Mac
  • Populate and create customized documents
  • Use dictation to enter text
  • Accents and special characters
  • Format a document for another language
  • Use phonetic guides
  • Use bidirectional text
  • Use vertical text
  • Add the date and time
  • Add mathematical equations
  • Bookmarks and links
  • Change the font or font size
  • Set a default font
  • Bold, italic, underline, and strikethrough
  • Change the color of text
  • Add a shadow or outline to text
  • Change text capitalization
  • Intro to paragraph styles
  • Apply a paragraph style
  • Create, rename, or delete a paragraph style
  • Update or revert a paragraph style
  • Use a keyboard shortcut to apply a text style
  • Copy and paste text styles
  • Format fractions automatically
  • Create and use character styles
  • Add drop caps
  • Raise and lower characters and text
  • Format Chinese, Japanese, or Korean text
  • Add a highlight effect to text
  • Format hyphens, dashes, and quotation marks
  • Set line and paragraph spacing
  • Set paragraph margins
  • Format lists
  • Set tab stops
  • Align and justify text
  • Set pagination and line and page breaks
  • Format columns of text
  • Link text boxes
  • Add borders and rules (lines)
  • Set paper size and orientation
  • Set document margins
  • Set up facing pages
  • Page templates
  • Add and format sections
  • Rearrange pages or sections
  • Duplicate pages or sections
  • Delete pages or sections
  • Table of contents
  • Bibliography
  • Footnotes and endnotes
  • Headers and footers
  • Add page numbers
  • Change the page background
  • Add a border around a page
  • Add watermarks and background objects
  • Create a custom template
  • Add an image
  • Add an image gallery
  • Edit an image
  • Add and edit a shape
  • Combine or break apart shapes
  • Draw a shape
  • Save a shape to the shapes library
  • Add and align text inside a shape
  • Add 3D objects
  • Add lines and arrows
  • Animate, share, or save drawings
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  • Record audio
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  • Set movie and image formats
  • Position and align objects
  • Place objects with text
  • Use alignment guides
  • Layer, group, and lock objects
  • Change the transparency of an object
  • Fill shapes and text boxes with color or an image
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  • Add a caption or title
  • Add a reflection or shadow
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  • Resize, rotate, and flip objects
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  • Show, hide, or edit a table title
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  • Format dates, currency, and more
  • Create a custom table cell format
  • Format tables for bidirectional text
  • Highlight cells conditionally
  • Alphabetize or sort table data
  • Calculate values using data in table cells
  • Use the Formulas and Functions Help
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  • Change a chart from one type to another
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  • Change the look of chart text and labels
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  • Use chart styles
  • Check spelling
  • Look up words
  • Find and replace text
  • Replace text automatically
  • Show word count and other statistics
  • View annotations
  • Set author name and comment color
  • Highlight text
  • Add and print comments
  • Track changes
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  • Intro to collaboration
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  • Use Box to collaborate
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  • Reduce the document file size
  • Save a large document as a package file
  • Restore an earlier version of a document
  • Move a document
  • Delete a document
  • Lock a document
  • Password-protect a document
  • Create and manage custom templates
  • Transfer documents with AirDrop
  • Transfer documents with Handoff
  • Transfer documents with the Finder
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Create a document in Pages on Mac

To create a new document, you first choose a template to use as a starting point. Templates use coordinated fonts and colors for a unified look, and often include placeholder elements that you can replace with your own content.

There are two types of templates, depending on the type of document you want to create:

Word-processing : For documents that are primarily text, such as reports and letters.

Page layout : For documents with a more customized layout, such as books, posters, and flyers.

To quickly create a word-processing document or a page layout document, see the first two tasks below. To see more detailed formatting and design options (including formatting for another language), see the third task.

Create a basic word-processing document

To open Pages, click the Pages icon in the Dock, Launchpad, or Application folder.

If the template chooser doesn’t appear, click New Document in the bottom-left corner of the dialog.

Double-click one of the blank templates in the Basic category.

Start typing.

A new page is added automatically as you reach the end of the page.

Choose File > Save (from the File menu at the top of your screen), enter a name, choose a location, then click Save.

Pages automatically saves your changes as you work, so you don’t need to worry about consistently saving your document manually. However, it’s a good idea to rename your document so you can easily find it the next time you want to work on it. You can change the name of the document or change where it’s saved at any time.

If iCloud Drive is set up on your Mac, Pages saves the document to iCloud Drive by default.

To close the document, click the red close button in the top-left corner of the window.

Create a basic page layout document

the Document radio button

Deselect the Document Body checkbox, then click Convert in the dialog.

You can use this method to convert any word-processing template to a page layout template.

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Do any of the following to adjust the text box:

Move it: Click outside the text box to deselect the text, then drag the text box anywhere on the page.

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Create and format a document

To open Pages, click the Pages icon in the Dock, Launchpad, or Applications folder.

If the template chooser (shown below) doesn’t appear, click New Document in the bottom-left corner of the dialog. You can also hold down the Option key and choose File > New (from the File menu at the top of your screen).

The template chooser. A sidebar on the left lists template categories you can click to filter options. On the right are thumbnails of predesigned templates arranged in rows by category, starting with Basic at the top and followed by Reports and Books—Portrait. The Language and Region pop-up menu is in the bottom-left corner, and Cancel and Create buttons are in the bottom-right corner.

Note: If you’d like the ability to format table and chart data using the conventions of another language, choose the language in the bottom-left corner before choosing a template. See Change a document’s language and formatting .

In the template chooser, browse templates by category or click All Templates, then double-click a template to open it.

Do any of the following:

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Replace placeholder text: Click the placeholder text, then type your own. Some templates include placeholder text written in lorem ipsum (scrambled Latin), but the text you type to replace it appears in the language you use.

Add new text boxes, images, shapes, or other objects: Click an object button in the toolbar .

The toolbar with buttons for adding tables, charts, text, shapes, and media.

Undo or redo recent changes: Choose Edit > Undo or Edit > Redo (from the Edit menu at the top of your screen).

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Ann inSinton

I want to write a letter on my MacBook where do I go to write a simple letter and print it?

I want to write a letter on my MacBook with App do I use to do that? or do I have to purchase extra software?

Posted on Jun 5, 2011 12:08 PM


Jun 5, 2011 12:26 PM in response to Ann inSinton

To write a simple letter you can use Text Edit which is included in your system. Text Edit should be shown under your applications folder. Just open it up and start writing! If you have any other questionsdon't hesitate to ask. Text Edit is a very basic word processor but it will do the job for you. If you want something more advanced, consider iWork of MS Office For Mac. They are both very worthy apps, but pricy and maybe more than you need. You can also consider downloading a program caled Bean which is a fairly good word processor as well. It is free. Just google "Bean" and download from he website.

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Jun 5, 2011 12:36 PM in response to chipperz

If you want to write something that looks great and is easy you should use stationary in Mail then just print it.


Jun 5, 2011 12:56 PM in response to Ann inSinton

As stated you can use Text Edit that comes with your Mac... but have a look at Pages in iWork... it comes with some really good Templates and is easy to use...


Jul 13, 2013 8:46 AM in response to Ann inSinton

super frustrating I spent 2000 on a computer and it doesn't even have a place for creating documents, text edit is lousy and does not allow me to edit my resume or make a respectable cover letter

Keith Doherty3

Jul 13, 2013 9:01 AM in response to hclausen08

Free Office Programmes

Paid but value for money

iWork Pages available in the Mac app store


Jul 13, 2013 9:07 AM in response to hclausen08

You spent $2000 on a MacBook? Really?

Just like any other computer YOU need to purchase software with which to do what you need to do. For free, text edit and mail will do a respectable job and the are other free options for full featured applications like

Open Office or


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Apple has always tried to make their computer systems as user-friendly as possible, so common tasks like writing letters and printing are designed to be straightforward. Still, there are a few different software options available, and the process can be intimidating the first time through. Just tackle the problem one step at a time, and before long, writing letters in OS X will be second nature.

Writing the Letter

Your computer came with a basic word processing program called TextEdit that works fine for most letter-writing tasks. The tools at the top of the window let you adjust the font, size, style, and alignment of your text. You can also create lists in your letter with TextEdit. If you require more complex formatting tools, like custom headers and footers, consider purchasing more advanced software like Apple's Pages or Microsoft Word. Pages is available in the App Store, and there is a link to Microsoft's Office for Mac in the Resources section.

Regardless of the software you're using, press "Command-P" or choose "Print" from the File menu to print your letter. Make sure your printer is selected in the Printer drop-down menu, then click "Print." If something goes wrong, check the printer status in the Printers and Scanners section of the System Preferences to make sure it's connected and has paper and ink available.

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How to Set Up a Blank Page for Letter Writing on a Mac Computer

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Mac computers include TextEdit, a basic word processing program. You can use TextEdit to set up a blank page for letter writing. A standard format for letters is the block format. Block format uses a simple organization and groups related information together in blocks with a space in between.


Go to the Applications folder and double-click the "TextEdit" icon. TextEdit will open with a new, blank document.

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Type the return address at the top of the document. Put the name on one line; the street address on the next; and the city, state and zip code on the third. Hit the "Return" key twice.

Enter the date and hit the "Return" key twice.

Type the address of the letter. Put the name on the first line; the street address on the next; and the city, state and zip code on the third. Hit the "Return" key twice.

Enter a salutation for the letter. Hit the "Return" key twice.

Add the body of the letter, leaving a space between any paragraphs. Hit the "Return" key twice after the last paragraph.

Insert a complimentary close, such as Sincerely or Best regards, and hit the "Return" key three times. The extra space gives you room to sign the letter once you print it.

Type your name to finish off the letter.

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How To Write A Letter Using MacBook {3 Methods} A Comprehensive Guide

The MacBook is one of the most sought-after choices if you want to have a laptop for work or for business. It is super easy to use and the performance is incredible as well. MacBook is not only super sturdy but also is super light, you can enjoy uninterrupted work using a MacBook. When it comes to business, nothing can be done without sending an official letter. If you are struggling to find the solution to the question “How to write a letter using MacBook “; , here is how you can type a letter using MacBook, check this is the comprehensive guide .

How To Write A Letter Using MacBook

The MacBook usually comes with a TextEdit it is perfect for basic drafting of letters. It is a basic word processing program that can be used as a platform to create letter writing. The TextEdit works well to draft a standard format of letter in the block format. The block formats are used by almost all the organizations and many who prefer to keep the conversation simple and informative.

Step By Step Guide To Writing A Letter Using MacBook – TextEdit

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If you are struggling to find the answer to the question “how to write a letter using apple computer” here is the detailed instruction about writing on MacBook air.

Step 1: The initial step is to go to the application folder. Double tap the icon “TextEdit”. The TextEdit application will open a brand-new blank document which can be used to work on or write a letter.

Step 2: Mention the return address on the top section of the document. It is advisable to give the name in one single line, on the next line mention the street address, followed by that write city, state, and also mention the zip code in the third line. Double tap on the “Return” button. This is the most important step if you are looking for the answer to the question “how to write a letter on my Apple Mac “.

Step 3: The next step is to mention the date and double tap on the “Return” button

Step 4: Mention the address on the letter and before writing the address make sure to write the full name on the first line. The street address should be on the next line. Double tap on the “Return” button.

Step 5: Enter the letter salutation and again double tap on the “Return” button.

Step 6: The next step is to mention the body of the letter, leave enough space between the paragraphs, and again double tap on the “Return” button when you reach out to the last paragraph.

Step 7: Make sure you have included complimentary closure like “Best Regards”, “Thanks and Regards” etc. Tap on the “Return” button 3 times.

Step 8: Finish off the letter by mentioning your name.

If you are wondering and looking for the solution to the question “how to write a letter using an apple computer”, TextEdit is the best solution. you can also make use of MS Word to type a letter

Here is how to write a letter using an Apple computer, simple and easy to follow steps

Step 1: The initial step is to open the word processing program on MacBook Pro. You can open the MS Word or also make use of WordPad. This is the vital step to be done if you don’t know How to write a letter using MacBook.

Step 2: Begin with writing the desired heading for your letter. It should be on the top side, mention the name and address on the top left corner.

Step 3: Add a greeting line. You can also mention it as “To Whom It May Concern”

Step 4: Now, write the body of the letter, you can share the useful information here and divide it into the small and readable paragraph.

Step 5: Add a closing to the letter keeping the audience in mind.

Step 6: Check for grammar and spelling issues using the tool.

Step 7: Click on the file and then save. Your letter is ready on MacBook Pro.

You can check the saved folders to locate the desired file on MacBook.

How To Write A Letter Using MacBook Air – Apple Pages

Are you wondering how to write a letter on my Apple iPad, here is another workable solution. You can make use of the Mac Pages to draft an alluring letter. Here is the step by step guide on How to write a letter using MacBook Air.

Step 1: Begin with open the pages, tap on the Pages icon available in the Dock or Application folder.

Step 2: Double tap on a blank template, you can find it inside the basic category.

Step 3: Start drafting the letter, if you are reaching to the end, the new page opens up.

Step 4: Save the document by going to the File menu and Save option.

Step 5: In the “Save as ” section choose the location where you want to save the file.

This steps will ensure you have written and drafted the letter on MacBook.

The above mentioned 3 methods work really well if you are looking for the solution or the million-dollar question “how to write a letter on my MacBook”. Letter writing is the most important step if you want to take a business conversation forward.

The TextEdit can be used anytime to draft the letter on Mac, if you are not comfortable with the interface you can make use of Mac Pages and MS word. The step by step guide on How to write a letter using MacBook is helpful for even a non technical person. You can draft a professional looking letter on Mac using the steps

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iWriter Pro is designed to be easy yet powerful text editing app. It provides distraction-free writing experience with a bunch of handy features.

Markdown Highlighting

Markdown is a good way to format your text, apply styles, insert lists and block quotes. iWriter Pro automatically highlights text as you type.

iCloud Support

Use iCloud to store your documents. You can easily create, view and edit your files on Mac, iPad and iPhone devices.


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    Press and hold the keys listed below in the order given. Release the keys and then type the letter to be accented. OPTION+`, the letter.