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iWork® For Dummies,® 2nd Edition by Jesse Feiler

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Chapter 8

Editing Word-Processing Documents on Mac

In This Chapter

arrow Presenting paragraphs

arrow Decorating pages with headers and footers

arrow Organizing documents with sections

arrow Taking control of a word-processing document

In Chapter 6, you can see how to create Pages documents — both word-processing and page layout types of documents. When you find yourself looking at a blank word-processing document or a document based on a template, this chapter tells you what to do next.

Word-processing documents exist only in Pages for Mac. On iOS, the functionality is provided by text boxes in page layout documents. However, if you move a word-processing document to an iOS device using iCloud, e-mail, or iWork.com, you’ll see that the document works just fine. Some of the text document features aren’t supported on iOS, but your text and styles are just fine. For these reasons, this chapter focuses on Mac OS.

This chapter deals with the major entities in your word-processing document, such as paragraphs, headers, and footers. In Chapter 9, you can see how to fine-tune both page layout and word-processing ...

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