Learn how to launch Pages and start a new blank document. Then explore how to identify parts of the user interface as you start the creation process for your new document.
- [Instructor] It's time now to launch Pages…and get comfortable in our surroundings…with a quick tour of the user interface.…You can go down to the dock.…Pages appears here by default when…the application's installed.…You could use Spotlight if you prefer.…Either way you're going to see the Pages menu bar…up here across the top and a dialog down below…where you can do one of two things.…You can open existing files by browsing to them…or create a new document by using the New Document button…in the bottom left corner.…
Browsing to Folders and you will see…the most recently accessed folder up here…at the top is as simple as clicking the drop down.…Now you can see different views as well,…could be a list view.…You might be looking at a thumbnail view.…Either view allows you to go browsing…for the files that you need to work with.…For example, double clicking Exercise Files,…double clicking the Chapter one folder opens it up…to reveal a thumbnail, in this case for the one…and only file we'll be working with in this chapter.…
- Customizing the user interface
- Setting up documents
- Formatting characters and paragraphs
- Working with built-in styles
- Adjusting page layout
- Working with templates
- Adding boxes, objects, images, and shapes
- Working with tables and charts
- Sharing and collaborating on documents
Skill Level Beginner
iOS 11: iPhone and iPad Essential Trainingwith Garrick Chow6h 34m Appropriate for all
macOS High Sierra Essential Trainingwith Nick Brazzi8h 12m Appropriate for all
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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