In This Chapter
Creating a Pages document
Entering, editing, and formatting text
Inserting tables and graphics
Checking your spelling
Printing Pages documents
Sharing your work
What’s the difference between word processing and desktop publishing? In a nutshell, it’s in how you design your document. Most folks use a word processor like an old-fashioned typewriter, much like I’m using Microsoft Word right now. (Yawn.)
A desktop publishing application allows far more creativity in choosing where to place text, how to align graphics, and how to edit formats. I think desktop publishing is more visual and intuitive, allowing your imagination a free hand at creating a document.
In this chapter, I show you how to set your inner designer ...