Learn how to add new pages to a document using page breaks, and also add new pages in their own sections using section breaks. Discover the difference between the two and the advantages to one over the other.
- [Facilitator] One concept that will be important…to understand when working with documents here in Pages…is that document pages and sections are created for you,…and you can create your own page breaks and section breaks,…You'll see why they're important as we continue working…with our LeafAndMortarBio document we've been building.…LeafAndMortarBio0202, if you're catching up.…The first thing I'd like to do is go up to the View menu…and Show Page Thumbnails.…Go ahead and give that a click.…
You can see over here on the left hand side,…thumbnail representation of the two pages…that we can click to navigate our document.…Also notice when you select a thumbnail,…a yellow border has appeared around the outside of…both of our thumbnails.…That's going to tell you that both pages are a part…of the same section.…When you create a brand new document as we did,…a new section is created,…and as you add new pages, whether you add them yourself…or simply run out of room and a new page…gets created for you down below,…those new pages are part of the same section…
- Explain how to switch document views.
- Differentiate between font families.
- Cite the steps for using Find and Replace.
- Recall how to create a new style.
- Distinguish between headers and footers and explain how to use them.
- Describe how to create a table of contents.
- Explain how to replace text and images.
- Recall how to insert a table.
- Describe how to select and rearrange cells in a document.
- Cite the steps to take to collaborate using iCloud.
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started
2. Document Basics
3. Work with Text
4. Work with Styles
5. Layout Essentials
6. Work with Templates
7. Work with Boxes and Objects
8. Work with Tables
9. Work with Charts
10. Share Your Documents
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