Pages User Guide for iPad
- Intro to Pages
- Word-processing or page layout?
- Intro to images, charts, and other objects
- Find a document
- Open a document
- Save and name a document
- Print a document or envelope
- Copy text and objects between apps
- Basic touchscreen gestures
- Use Apple Pencil with Pages
- Customize the toolbar
- Select text and place the insertion point
- Add and replace text
- Copy and paste text
- Add mathematical equations
- Bookmarks and links
- Add links
- Set paper size and orientation
- Set document margins
- Set up facing pages
- Page templates
- Add page numbers
- Change the page background
- Add a border around a page
- Add watermarks and background objects
- Change the transparency of an object
- Fill shapes and text boxes with color or an image
- Add a border to an object
- Add a caption or title
- Add a reflection or shadow
- Use object styles
- Resize, rotate, and flip objects
- Add or delete a table
- Select tables, cells, rows, and columns
- Merge or unmerge table cells
- Resize, move, or lock a table
- Send a document
- Publish a book to Apple Books
- Use presenter mode
- Use iCloud Drive with Pages
- Export to Word, PDF, or another file format
- Restore an earlier version of a document
- Move a document
- Delete a document
- Password-protect a document
- Create and manage custom templates
Show, hide, or edit a table title in Pages on iPad
When you add a table, its placeholder name (Table 1, for example) is hidden by default. You can show the name and edit it. No tables in a document can have the same name.
Show or hide a table title
Tap the table, then tap .
Tap Table, then tap to turn Table Title on or off.
Edit a table title
Double-tap the name at the top of the table.
The insertion point appears in the name.
Drag the insertion point to where you want to edit, then make your changes.
Tip: You can enclose the table title in a border. Tap the table, then tap the table title so a box appears around it. Tap , then turn on Border.
To add a caption or label to a table, see Create a caption for an image or other object.
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