What’s new in Pages 13.2 on Mac
3D objects. (13.2) Add and edit 3D objects that simulate natural lighting, shading, and texture effects. You can add 3D objects created with 3D software or 3D scanning in the USDA, USDC, and USDZ file formats. After you add a 3D object to your document, you can resize it, play its embedded animation, and rotate it along its x, y, and z axes. See Add 3D objects.
Document templates. (13.2) Use the new Minimalist Report template to create a report with elegant typography, colors, and layout. More templates now include instructional text that make it easy to create striking letters, resumes, books, flyers, and more. See Use templates.
SVG images. (13.1) Add Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) images to your document and preserve visual quality at any size. You can break apart imported SVG images into shapes, edit and combine them like other shapes, and save them to your shapes library to use later. See Add an image and Break apart an SVG image into shapes.
Share a document. (13.1) Quickly share and export your Pages document in a different format right from the Share menu. You can send a copy of a document using AirDrop, Mail, Messages, or another service. You can also send a copy in another format, such as PDF, Microsoft Word, EPUB, and more. See Send a document.
We’re frequently updating Pages on Mac. Updates are cumulative, so when you use the most recent version of Pages, it has all the latest features. You can see all the new features included with each release below.
Bring new dimension to your documents with 3D objects in USDZ format.
Use the new Minimalist Report template featuring elegant typography, colors, and layout.
Style paragraphs with new options for borders.
Remove external borders on charts imported from Microsoft Office files.
Start writing in Notes, then open your note in Pages to continue editing with powerful design and layout features.
Add SVG images to your documents and preserve visual quality at any size.
Show stacked chart summaries in stacked bar, column, and area charts.
Create business reports, school papers, and greeting cards with updated templates.
Break apart imported SVG images and save them to your shapes library for future use.
Retain SVG images when exporting books into EPUB format.
Export the pages of your document as image files.
Export and send a copy of your document in a different format right from the Share menu.
Templates for reports, notes, letters, and resumes now include placeholder text with instructions.
Includes improvements and bug fixes for mail merge and collaboration activity.
Stay up to date on everyone’s recent activity in collaborative documents and get notifications when others join, comment, or make changes.
Easily share and see updates about your document in Messages.
Manage your shared document or send a copy from the File menu.
Start with a Blank Layout document to freely arrange text and graphics on the page.
Quickly remove an image’s background to isolate its subject.*
Send a message or start a FaceTime call right from a collaborative document.*
Use mail merge to quickly create personalized letters, cards, and envelopes for multiple recipients.
Select from stylish new templates for event invitations and student certificates.
Publish directly to Apple Books with larger file sizes of up to 2 GB.
Use Shortcuts on macOS Monterey to create and open documents.
Read comments and track changes using VoiceOver.
Publish books with two-page spreads, optimized images, and more flexible versioning.
Instant translation lets you translate selected text in up to 11 languages and add the translation to your document with a click.*
Flexible collaboration allows participants to add others to a shared document.*
Create new documents from the app icon in the Dock.
Radar charts help you visually compare multiple variables at once to easily show similarities and differences in your data.
Link to webpages, email addresses, and phone numbers from objects such as shapes, lines, images, drawings, or text boxes.
Updated media browser offers enhanced search options and new content categories such as Recents, Portraits, and Live Photos.
Add phone number links to table cells, text objects, and shapes.
Use AppleScript to change a document password or open password-protected documents.