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Here to help is this small, smart, streamlined guide designed to take readers from standing start to stellar finish, no matter what project they're tackling. Rather than cover every last option Pages offers, this book steps readers through several sample Pages projects, showing them the quickest, most effective way to communicate their ideas. Each short lesson builds a component of a basic Pages document, from choosing a template, deciding on a layout, formatting charts and tables, incorporating graphics and color, and adding a bit of polish to a final document. Friendly, step-by-step instructions and large, full-color screen shots make the information instantly accessible.
|1||Create your stationary||1|
|2||Design a flyer||23|
|3||Create a newsletter template||47|
|4||Build complex content||91|
|5||Publish your newsletter||117|
Posted April 4, 2006
Review of CREATING PAGES with iWork by David Morris Dristributed by Peachpit Press. The following is submitted by Marty Grauer of the Fresno Macintosh Users Group. From my perspective, the books purpose is to take you through several projects showing the reader how to accomplish them. The book is broken down to subjects. Introduction, creating your stationery, designing a flyer, creating a newsletter template, build complex content, publish your newsletter and an index. There is a web address given to download the various items needed to complete the presented projects. This book covers Pages,05. I was working in Pages, 06 so not everything was the same, however there is enough information for one to learn most of the basics that I believe this book to be a valuable tool. Both for learning the program but also to keep as a reference. The price being only $12.99, it is well worth the price and an excellent value. Marty GrauerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 15, 2010
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