How To Make Signs With Mac Pages

You can easily create one-page signs in Mac Pages using Page Layout mode. Add text, symbols, arrows, shapes, borders and more. Save them and reuse them by changing text later on.

Comments: 4 Responses to “How To Make Signs With Mac Pages”

    Kim Appleberry
    2 years ago

    Thanks, Gary. I have made hundreds of signs with Pages but I still learned new things from your tutorial.
    One thing I would add is that we can export these as pdf's and take them to FedEx Office and get them printed on their giant printer so they can become sandwich-board signs or other sizes up to 3 feet wide!

    Doug Smith
    2 years ago

    Gary, your signs tutorial is one of the most helpful yet. The fine points you bring out has changed my work from amateur to pro! Thanks

    Jeanne Bragg
    2 years ago

    I am a little late watching this but SOOOO IMPRESSED.
    I do things like this constantly and so many tips helped--hot to make all caps, how to format shapes and lines to fit.
    It was like taking a mini-Udemy course.
    Thanks for all your tips and hints, which I use DAILY.
    You're the best.

    John Konopka
    2 years ago

    I haven’t made hundreds, but I have made a number of large posters for scientific conferences that I print at FedEx or similar. I don’t know the maximum size Pages will handle. I have made posters up to six feet wide. I usually print as cheaply as possible because these are for temporary use, however, the printing shops will print these on more durable materials if you need a sign for a restaurant or other shop.

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