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Pages is Snow Leopard’s Desktop Publishing application. Every visual masterpiece starts somewhere, and with Pages, the first stop in creating your document is the Template Chooser window. To create a new Pages document from scratch, follow these steps:

1

Double-click your hard drive icon and click the Applications entry in the Finder window sidebar. Double-click the iWork folder to open it.

The iWork installation program offers to add a Pages icon to your Dock. If you’ll be using Pages often, it’s a good idea to use this option!

2

Double-click the Pages icon.

Pages displays the Template Chooser window.

3

Click the type of document you want to create in the list to the left.

The thumbnails on the right are updated with templates that match your choice.

4

Click a template.

Choose the template that most closely matches your needs.

5

Click Choose.

A new document opens using the template you selected.

 
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