Learn what is required to follow along in this course, such as upgrading to a recent version of Pages (6.3 at minimum), some word processing knowledge, fonts, and a connection to the internet.
- [Instructor] Oh, here's what you need to know to follow along with me in this course. Firstly, Pages is always being updated; and I'll be working with Pages version 6.3. You'll want to upgrade to at least this version to see what I see; and, as newer versions come out, you may even start to see things in Pages that I don't if you choose to upgrade on a regular basis. Now you won't need any experience with Pages to follow along with me, but some basic word processing knowledge will definitely come in handy as we dive into the somewhat more complex concepts with Pages and the documents we'll be working with as we move through the chapters and movies in this course.
Also, Pages uses the fonts you have installed on your Mac; and the fonts you have installed could differ from the fonts I have installed. So in some cases, when you go to open an exercise file, if you have them, you may be prompted to choose a replacement font; and this'll happen if you don't have the font that's used in the file already installed. You can go with the Pages recommendation or choose your own font to use as a replacement. And, lastly, Pages includes some excellent sharing and collaboration functionality that we'll be exploring towards the end of this course.
To follow along, you'll need to be connected to the internet and have access to an iCloud account. It's free, and we'll discuss it in more detail in Chapter 10; but if you're not connected to the web, you won't be able to make use of this awesome feature. And you can also work with me on the exact same documents. We'll discuss the exercise files next.
- 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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