Organize Your Work

Short documents don’t need many organizational cues—it’s hard for someone to get lost in, say, an informal letter or a yard-sale flyer. But when a document grows beyond a page or two, organizational assistance becomes more important to both you and your readers.

In this chapter, I describe three different Pages features that can make your documents models of organizational coherence:

  • Use Sections provides an in-depth look at how to break your document up into separate sections and why you might want to do so, and it describes the options you have when you do.

  • Use Lists and List Styles delves into how to make and manage hierarchical lists for producing outlines and taking notes, and for numbering headings and sub-headings ...

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