Touch Bar for Pages on Mac
If your Mac has a Touch Bar, you can use familiar gestures—such as tap, swipe, and slide—directly on the Touch Bar to edit documents in Pages. Controls on the Touch Bar change depending on what’s selected in your document.
For example, if text is selected, the Touch Bar shows controls for changing the font color, alignment, and other formatting.
To format text as a list, tap , then choose an option.
To see typing suggestions, tap . Tap to hide them.
Show controls for Pages
If you don’t see the controls for editing text and performing other tasks in Pages, turn them on in System Preferences.
At the top-left corner of your screen, choose Apple menu > System Preferences.
Click Keyboard, then click the Keyboard button.
Click the pop-up menu next to “Touch Bar shows,” then choose App controls.
You can find more information about how to use the Touch Bar in the macOS User Guide.