At the Creativity SIG in August 2022, we will look at using the Pages app to create cards. Commencing with using the templates available with Pages.
If you would like the Pages document we created it is available here:
If you would like to experiment further with the topics covered during the SIG I have provided an archive of 5 Sample files.
Continue reading “Cards in Pages”
Learn how to draw yourself as a Peanuts character in Pages with the help of The Snoopy Show storyboard artist Krista Porter and Anthony from Today at Apple.
Continue reading “Today at Apple”
For those using Pages, Numbers or Keynote current
versions have made it a little tricky to locate ‘Find and
Edit menu FIND is available however there is
no option for FIND & REPLACE.
Once you have selected FIND (or pressed Cmd+F) you will be shown:
To locate the REPLACE look at the additional options:
For further detail see
AUSOM News, December 2019 here.
I quick way to create a calendar (macOS or iOS) using a template available in
Numbers, exporting it as a PDF, place it into a Pages document and add an Image.
The resulting ‘page’ may be shared as a PDF.
If you need further assistance or would like to see the procedure demonstrated don’t miss the iWork SIG on 7th September.
Change Case — Pages — macOS and iOS 11
You can easily switch selected text between cases (upper case, lower case, capitalize).
You may need to do this if you find you have accidentally activated caps lock and continued typing a few words.
On a Mac
Select the text you want to change then use the Edit > Transformations Menu item (see image below).
On iOS — these details can be found in
AUSOM News July 2018 HERE
At the last meeting of AUSOM a member found the first letter in any
Mail message was no longer a ‘Capital’. He moved to Pages and the same thing happened.
What had changed?
He found that ‘Capitalize words automatically’ had been ‘unticked’.
Locate this option in System Preferences > Keyboard
If you want to open the Preferences in Safari, Mail, Pages… try holding down the
Command key and press the comma key.
The screenshot below shows Preferences… followed by
If you want to learn more about keyboard shortcuts it is worth looking carefully at the symbols shown each time you select a menu item.
More details of this tip can be found in
AUSOM News March 2018 HERE