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Apple have continued to update and refine Pages, Numbers and Keynote, since they had a complete re-write several years ago.

This tutorial is the first in a number of "update" shows, designed to get you up to speed with the changes and improvements in the latest versions.

In this first tutorial, we take a look at the latest version of Pages on both macOS and iOS.

The full tutorial covers

  • Introduction
  • Working with Text
  • Bookmarks & Formulas
  • Insert Button
  • Working with Tables
  • Working with Charts
  • Working with Text Boxes & Shapes
  • Working with Media
  • Comments & Track Changes
  • Collaboration
  • RTF Support
  • Pages on iPad
  • Bookmarks on iOS
  • Equations on iOS
  • Collaboration on iOS
  • RTF Import & Export on iOS

App Store Links:

iOS App Store

Mac App Store

Show Links:

Previous Pages Tutorials


(2 comments posted)

Neil Christie

On my iPad mini 2 I just need to tap on the numbers to enter them when doing fractions etc., none of this tap and drag down nonsense you had to do Don.
An iPad "Pro" feature perhaps?
Seems pretty dumb to me.


Don McAllister

Hi Neil, No it was on an iPad Air 2 - perhaps it's not supported on the iPad mini. If you look closely there is an alpha and a numeric character on each key, so it's actually quite smart and quite intuitive once you realise, tap for alpha, tap and drag for numeric.

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