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How to Use Pages on an iPad (Que Video)

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Lesson 1

Part 1: Getting Started with Pages

“Getting Started with Pages” covers how to install and run the Pages app on an iPad, as well as how to integrate iCloud with Pages, install an external keyboard, and use pages on a Mac or PC with an iCloud account.

Duration: 00:50:03  File Size: 112 MB

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Lesson 2

Part 2: Creating and Managing Pages Documents

“Creating and Managing Pages Documents” shows how to work with the Document Manager to create new documents, import Microsoft Word documents into Pages, configure a document’s settings, and work with folders.

Duration: 00:58:12  File Size: 146 MB

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Lesson 3

Part 3: Working with Text and Shapes in Pages Documents

“Working with Texts and Shapes in Pages Documents” covers adding and formatting text, working with lists, adding and formatting text boxes, working with footnotes, and using text links.

Duration: 01:05:31  File Size: 158 MB

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Lesson 4

Part 4: Working with Photos, Tables, Charts, and Shapes in Pages

“Working with Photos, Tables, Charts, and Shapes in Pages” covers how to add and format photos; create, format, and edit tables; create, format, and edit charts; and add and format shapes.

Duration: 01:01:27  File Size: 150 MB

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Lesson 5

Part 5: Editing Documents in Pages

“Editing Documents in Pages” shows how to design a document’s layout; find and replace text; check spelling; add a background image or watermark; use change tracking and commenting; and collaborate with other Pages users. It also covers how to edit documents in other versions of Pages.

Duration: 00:45:46  File Size: 120 MB

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Lesson 6

Part 6: Sharing, Printing, and Saving Documents with Pages

“Sharing, Printing, and Saving Documents with Pages” shows how to protect documents with passwords; share documents via AirDrop; email documents in Pages, Word, PDF, and ePub formats; print documents; use iTunes to transfer documents to or from other Computers; and work with Pages documents in Word.

Duration: 00:27:26  File Size: 67 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2015
  • Dimensions: 7" x 9-1/8"
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-5487-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-5487-5

How to Use Pages on an iPad (Que Video) teaches you how to get the most out of Apple’s Pages app and gives detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to create and share documents like resumes, reports, and newsletters.

In this video training, Apple expert Brad Miser starts off with an introduction to the Pages app and its basic functions—how to install the app, obtain an iCloud account, and set up an external keyboard. Then, he moves on to configuring the document’s settings, working with the document manager, and creating a simple document, as well as adding and formatting text. After the basics have been covered, the video goes into adding photos, tables, how to collaborate with other Pages users, and finally, how to save and share your work.

About the Author

Brad Miser has written extensively about technology and the iPhone and iPad—his favorite gadgets. He is the author of several books, including My iPod Touch, The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to iPod and iTunes, Third Edition, My iPhone, Third Edition, Teach Yourself Visually Macbook Air, and Macbook Pro Portable Genius. He has also been the author, development editor, or technical editor on more than 50 other titles. Brad holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in Mechanical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University and has worked for several software development companies as well as the US Army, as a civilian aviation test officer/engineer.

Skill Level

  • Beginner to Intermediate

What you will learn

  • How to install and run Apple’s Pages app from your iPad
  • Introduction to iCloud and how to use it with Pages
  • Creating and managing Pages documents
  • Configuring a document’s settings and working with folders
  • Adding lists, texts, links, and shapes to the document
  • Adding photos, tables, and charts to the document
  • Designing the layout of the document and adding a watermark
  • How to collaborate on a document with other Pages users and adding passwords for protection
  • Saving, printing, and emailing your finished documents in Pages, Word, PDF or ePub format

Who Should Take this Course

  • iPad users who are interested in using the Pages app to produce newsletters, essays, reports, and other documents

Course Requirements

  • Have access to an iPad and basic understanding of how to use it
  • Familiar with Microsoft Word

Table of Contents

Part 1: Getting Started with Pages

Lesson 1.1 Installing Pages on an iOS Device

Lesson 1.2 Understanding How and Why to use iCloud with Pages

Lesson 1.3 Obtaining an iCloud Account

Lesson 1.4 Configuring an iCloud Account on an iOS Device

Lesson 1.5 Opening Pages and Enabling iCloud

Lesson 1.6 Touring Pages

Lesson 1.7 Using an External Keyboard

Lesson 1.8 Using Pages on a Mac

Lesson 1.9 Using Pages for iCloud on a Windows PC

Part 2: Creating and Managing Pages Documents

Lesson 2.1 Working with Document Manager

Lesson 2.2 Creating New Documents

Lesson 2.3 Importing Word Documents into Pages

Lesson 2.4 Working with the Document Window

Lesson 2.5 Configuring a Document's Settings

Lesson 2.6 Setting Up a Document's Margins, Size, Headers, Footers, and Page Number

Lesson 2.7 Managing Your Pages Documents

Lesson 2.8 Working with Folders

Part 3: Working with Texts and Shapes in Pages Documents

Lesson 3.1 Adding Text to Documents

Lesson 3.2 Manually Formatting Text

Lesson 3.3 Using Styles to Format Text

Lesson 3.4 Aligning Text and Setting Tabs with the Ruler

Lesson 3.5 Working with Lists

Lesson 3.6 Adding and Formatting Text Boxes

Lesson 3.7 Working with Footnotes

Lesson 3.8 Using Text Links

Part 4: Working with Photos, Tables, Charts, and Shapes in Pages

Lesson 4.1 Adding and Formatting Photos

Lesson 4.2 Creating Tables

Lesson 4.3 Formatting and Editing Tables

Lesson 4.4 Creating Charts

Lesson 4.5 Formatting and Editing Charts

Lesson 4.6 Adding and Formatting Shapes

Part 5: Editing Documents in Pages

Lesson 5.1 Designing a Document’s Layout

Lesson 5.2 Finding and Replacing Text

Lesson 5.3 Checking Spelling

Lesson 5.4 Adding a Background Image or Watermark

Lesson 5.5 Working with Change Tracking and Commenting

Lesson 5.6 Collaborating on Documents

Lesson 5.7 Editing Documents in Other Versions of Pages

Part 6: Sharing, Printing, and Saving Documents with Pages

Lesson 6.1 Protecting Documents with Passwords

Lesson 6.2 Sharing Documents with AirDrop

Lesson 6.3 Emailing Documents in Pages, Word, PDF, or ePub Format

Lesson 6.4 Printing Documents

Lesson 6.5 Working with Pages Documents in Word

Lesson 6.6 Using iTunes to Transfer Documents To or From Computers

Que Video helps you learn technology efficiently with easy-to-follow video tutorials covering popular software apps, online games, and more. Each Que videos are professionally produced and feature the highest quality step-by-step instruction designed by trusted authors and trainers from Que Publishing, an imprint of Pearson—the world’s leading learning company. View Que Videos at http://www.quepublishing.com/quevideo

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Getting Started with Pages

Lesson 1.1 Installing Pages on an iOS Device

Lesson 1.2 Understanding How and Why to use iCloud with Pages

Lesson 1.3 Obtaining an iCloud Account

Lesson 1.4 Configuring an iCloud Account on an iOS Device

Lesson 1.5 Opening Pages and Enabling iCloud

Lesson 1.6 Touring Pages

Lesson 1.7 Using an External Keyboard

Lesson 1.8 Using Pages on a Mac

Lesson 1.9 Using Pages for iCloud on a Windows PC

Part 2: Creating and Managing Pages Documents

Lesson 2.1 Working with Document Manager

Lesson 2.2 Creating New Documents

Lesson 2.3 Importing Word Documents into Pages

Lesson 2.4 Working with the Document Window

Lesson 2.5 Configuring a Document's Settings

Lesson 2.6 Setting Up a Document's Margins, Size, Headers, Footers, and Page Number

Lesson 2.7 Managing Your Pages Documents

Lesson 2.8 Working with Folders

Part 3: Working with Texts and Shapes in Pages Documents

Lesson 3.1 Adding Text to Documents

Lesson 3.2 Manually Formatting Text

Lesson 3.3 Using Styles to Format Text

Lesson 3.4 Aligning Text and Setting Tabs with the Ruler

Lesson 3.5 Working with Lists

Lesson 3.6 Adding and Formatting Text Boxes

Lesson 3.7 Working with Footnotes

Lesson 3.8 Using Text Links

Part 4: Working with Photos, Tables, Charts, and Shapes in Pages

Lesson 4.1 Adding and Formatting Photos

Lesson 4.2 Creating Tables

Lesson 4.3 Formatting and Editing Tables

Lesson 4.4 Creating Charts

Lesson 4.5 Formatting and Editing Charts

Lesson 4.6 Adding and Formatting Shapes

Part 5: Editing Documents in Pages

Lesson 5.1 Designing a Document’s Layout

Lesson 5.2 Finding and Replacing Text

Lesson 5.3 Checking Spelling

Lesson 5.4 Adding a Background Image or Watermark

Lesson 5.5 Working with Change Tracking and Commenting

Lesson 5.6 Collaborating on Documents

Lesson 5.7 Editing Documents in Other Versions of Pages

Part 6: Sharing, Printing, and Saving Documents with Pages

Lesson 6.1 Protecting Documents with Passwords

Lesson 6.2 Sharing Documents with AirDrop

Lesson 6.3 Emailing Documents in Pages, Word, PDF, or ePub Format

Lesson 6.4 Printing Documents

Lesson 6.5 Working with Pages Documents in Word

Lesson 6.6 Using iTunes to Transfer Documents To or From Computers

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