You can format most elements of your document using the panes of the Inspector window, including text appearance, size and positioning of graphics, and much more.
Open multiple inspector windows to make working with your document easier. For example, if you have the Graphic inspector and the Text inspector open, you have all the text and image formatting options at your fingertips as you work.
Hold the pointer over buttons and other controls in the inspector panes to see a description of what the controls do.
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Here are ways to open the Inspector window:
Click Inspector in the toolbar.
Choose View > Show Inspector. Click any of the buttons at the top of the Inspector window to display a particular inspector. Hold the pointer over a button to display its name. Clicking the fourth button from the left, for example, displays the Text inspector.
To open another Inspector window, choose View > New Inspector.