How To Use Styles In Pages

Paragraph styles in Pages make it easier to easily and consitently apply font styling and formatting in your documents. When you use styles from the start, you can apply them to all parts of your document and easily make changes throughout.

Comments: 8 Responses to “How To Use Styles In Pages”

    Peter Grigg
    4 months ago

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    4 months ago

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    Peter Grigg
    4 months ago

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    Will Kay
    4 months ago

    Many thanks. Great and helpful video.

    Alan
    4 months ago

    Great explanation of styles. If I want to use my newly created styles in several documents, presumably I have to save one document as a template?

    4 months ago

    Alan: Yes. Creating a template with the styles would be the way to do it.

    Ian
    2 months ago

    Gary, can I ask whether it is possible to use Styles to include automated report heading numbering. I am trying to use Pages more and more but have not yet found a way to create a report style document with automatic heading numbering. Thank you for your help

    2 months ago

    Ian: Do you mean like having Headings that start 2.1, 4.3.5 and such? You could set each one up as a numbered list, even though it is one line. Then use “Continue from previous” to have the numbers increase with each line that is a heading. For small documents it would be easier to number them manually. But for long documents if you are adding sections and want the numbers to all update automatically, it could be useful.

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