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How To Type An Essay On Ipod

I can still see the light coming through the tall windows of the typing classroom. I can still smell the faint mustiness of that old room and l most certainly can still hear Mrs. Smiley (yes, that was really her name—and she’s not an emoji) asking us to take out our typing books and start typing. There were only a couple of IBM Selectrics because they were expensive and in very short supply. So only those who were at the top of the class got to choose the Selectric, if they so desired. Even though I had the opportunity a few times for the choice of the Selectric, I MUCH preferred the “shook shook” and the “clock clock” of the old Coronas and Royals that filled rest of the tables. When my husband and I saw the journalism piece on Sunday Morning, we were just extremely fascinated by your beautiful collection, and maybe even a little inspired to start one of our own. For now, we will relish in the use of the Hanx Writer. Thank you for bringing back a sweet glimmer of the past. Those surely were the good old days and you sir, gave us a little of that back in the Hanx Writer. Blogging, journaling and finally getting around to writing a book will be far more enjoyable now. Thank you sir. This is brilliant and we are both absolutely loving the app.
With warmest regards,
The Bartletts
Mobile, Alabama

Pages for iOS

Pages for iOS is a powerful word processor that gives you everything you need to create and edit documents from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

             

Page orientation and margins

If you want to change the page size or orientation of document from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap  > Document Setup. 

If you need to adjust the margins, drag the arrows around the body text box. You can change the margins of all sides of the page.

Tap Change Paper Size to toggle between A4 and US Letter page sizes.

If you need to change the orientation of the paper, you can use Pages for Mac or Pages for iCloud.

          

Headers and footers

Update the header or footer for your document from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Open the document in the Pages app, then tap  > Document Setup.

Tap on the header or footer areas to enter text. Tap Done when you're finished, or tap  to undo any changes you've made.

To delete a header or footer, tap> Document Settings then tap into the header or footer you want to delete. Then tap .

Page numbers

Add page numbers to your document from your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch. Tap  > Document Setup then double-tap on the header or footer areas. Tap Page Numbers, then choose what style you want to use. Tap Done twice to exit Document Setup.

Pages for Mac

Pages for Mac is a powerful word processor that gives you everything you need to create and edit documents from your Mac.
 

          

Page orientation and margins

You can set up your page orientation and margins from  > Document.

If you plan on printing your document, use the Printer & Paper Size menus to tell Pages what size your document should be. For example, if you plan to print your document on 8.5" x 11" printer paper, choose US Letter.

To change the orientation of your page from portrait to landscape, go to Page Orientation, then click the orientation.

Once you have set up your size and orientation, use the Document Margins settings to increase or decrease your margins. By default, for the Blank template, all margins are set to 1 inch. If you're using a different template, the default margin size varies.

Headers and footers

You can add content to the header of any document by moving your pointer to the top or bottom of any page in the document until the grey text box appears. Click into the text box and start typing.

The header and footer match the previous section unless you uncheck  > Section > Headers & Footers > Match previous section.

You can hide the header and footer on the first page by checking  > Section > Headers & Footers > Hide on the first page of the section.

If you want to change the position of a header or footer, or remove it entirely, go to  > Document. You can adjust the position in inches, or uncheck the box to remove the section.

          

Page numbers

If you want page numbers to appear in the same location on every page, put them in the header or the footer. You can add page numbers or page counts to your document header or footer by clicking into the gray text box, then clicking Insert > Page Number.

You can set up your style by clicking  > Section > Page Numbering. Use the menu to choose between numbers, roman numerals, capital letters, and lowercase letters. You can also select whether you want numbering to continue from the last section, or start at a specific number.

To place a page count into your document, click into the text box, then choose Insert > Page Count.

Dates and times

You can add the date to any part of your document by clicking into your text, then choosing Insert > Date & Time.

Pages automatically detects the date style from your Mac's System Preferences. Learn more about updating your time and date style.

Pages for iCloud

Pages for iCloud allows you to create and edit your documents on the web. 

Some features, such as setting page orientation, size, changing margins, and adding formatted dates to your document are unavailable on Pages for iCloud. To use these features, use Pages for Mac or Pages for iOS.

Headers and footers

You can add content to the header of any document by moving your pointer to the top or bottom of the document until the gray text box appears. Click into the text box and start typing.

Page numbers

You can add page numbers anywhere in your document by clicking into the header, body text, or a text box, then clicking .

If you want to insert the current page number, choose Page Number.

If you want to insert the total number of pages, choose Page Count.

If you want to format your document to show both, choose Page Number, type "of," then insert the Page Count. 

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