Use the Pages app to create stunning, media-rich documents and books on your Mac. Open and edit Microsoft Word files, and track changes made by yourself and others.
Look good! Pages includes professional, ready-to-use templates for books, newsletters, reports, résumés, and more, making it easy to start your project.
All your formatting tools, in one place. Click the Format button in the toolbar to open the Format inspector. Select something in your document, and the formatting options for it appear.
Flow text around graphics. When you add an image to a text document, the text flows automatically around the image. You can fine-tune how the text wraps in the Format sidebar.
Start on your Mac, finish on iPad. You can keep documents up to date across all your devices when you sign in with the same Apple ID. So you can start composing on one device, and pick up where you left off on another.
Tip: Turn on change tracking to see the changes you and others make to a document. Each person’s edits and comments are color-coded, so you can see who made each change. Choose Edit > Track Changes to show the change tracking toolbar.
Use the Touch Bar. Tap to change the paragraph style, and to add typing suggestions. Tap to see more formatting options.
Tap to choose text color, style options (bold, italic, and so on), line spacing, and bullet and list formats. Tap to return to typing suggestions.
Tap the style (for example, Body) to see other paragraph formatting options, like Title, Subtitle, and Heading. Tap when you finish.
Learn more. See the Pages User Guide.