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iWork Pages: Word Processing on a Mac

Class Description:

Pages features stunning templates and word processing features that give Word a run for its money. Make brochures, newsletters, invitations, posters, flyers, stationery, and more with iWork’s Desktop Publishing program. You won’t believe how easy it is to make elegant, snazzy, professional publications without knowing anything about design!

The class will be recorded and saved in “My Class Recordings” for you to review at your convenience!

Instructional Level:

Beginner through Advanced

Course Length:

2 hours


Pages software from the App Store

Who should take this class?

Mac users who use Pages for word processing

People switching from PC to Mac

What should you bring?

A Macintosh computer with Pages installed

What You’ll Learn:

  • Opening existing Word documents
  • Using templates
  • Finding tools in the dynamic interface
  • Entering text
  • Formatting text
  • Adjusting Page layout
  • Working with images
  • Saving into Word
  • Saving as a PDF
  • Exporting to iCloud
  • Additional topics by request

About Your Instructor:

Jamie Pollock is an iPhone and iPad expert. A member of the Apple Consultants Network, he has taught hundreds of people how to use Apple technology to improve their quality of life.

Attend in Person, via Webinar, or Watch Later:

If you are planning to attend our class in person, choose Live @ CityMac (formerly TD Curran), 12310 N.E. Whitaker Way, Portland, OR 97230.

If you live outside the Portland/Vancouver area, or if you don’t want to make the drive, you can attend and participate in our classes via webinar. When you register, choose “Webinar” as your ticket type. We’ll email you an access code and instructions for how to connect.

If you are unable to attend on this time & date, select the “Watch Later” option. After class is done, we’ll send you access information so that you can watch the content at your convenience. You are welcome to call us with your individual questions for a free 10-minute Q&A session.

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