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Found 11 file extension associations related to Pages for Mac and 5 file formats developed specifically for use with Pages for Mac.

Platform, operating system:  Apple macOS / Mac OS X icon Apple macOS / Mac OS X

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Pages is both a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout tool. It allows you to be a writer one minute and a designer the next, always with a perfect document in the works.

Easy from the start

Your instant design studio.

Even before you start writing, your document looks great. With over 180 Apple-designed templates, a professionally polished resume, brochure, school report, or invitation is waiting for you to make it your own. Use the Template Chooser to find the one you like. Add your own words inside the text placeholders. Use the Media Browser to drop photos from your iPhoto library directly into graphics placeholders. And there you have it: a beautifully designed, professional-quality document made in minutes.

Tables and charts make data instantly more compelling. You can copy and paste charts from Numbers into your document. The data is linked, so when you change the data in your spreadsheet, you can update your chart in Pages with just a click.

Streamlined word processing

Every word counts.

Creating great-looking documents is simple with Pages. At the top of the page, the contextual Format Bar lets you do the basics — formatting text and adjusting images — with just one click. View and choose fonts with the “what you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG) font menu. Change text size and color. Adjust line spacing and paragraph alignment. Apply character and paragraph styles. When you select a photo, shape, or table on the page, the Format Bar displays tools to adjust the images. And while you write, Pages can automatically format lists with bullets or numbers, check your spelling, proofread your document, and generate a table of contents.

Fine-tuning your document is easy, too. You can add headers, footers, footnotes, and bookmarks with a few clicks. Insert section, layout, and page breaks from a pull-down menu. And the word count is visible at the bottom of the page — just click the total to see details including the number of characters, lines, paragraphs, and more. When it comes to word processing, streamlined and smart come standard in Pages.

Advanced writing tools

There's more to the story.

Any word processor can help you type. Pages gives you all the tools you need to write and perfect your writing. Now you can view your document full screen. With one click, clutter disappears so you focus on what you’re writing and make changes without distractions. Organize your ideas in Outline mode. Create an outline with multiple levels, expand or collapse topics, and drag and drop to promote or demote items. Mail merge takes your data from Numbers or your contacts from Address Book to create personalized letters, invoices, and faxes. And in Pages, you can insert sophisticated equations into your lab reports with MathType 6 and add professional bibliographies to your research papers using EndNote X2.

When it’s time for comments and feedback, change tracking makes collaboration with anyone easier, clearer, and more concise. And it’s always easy to find your place. Next to your document, you see thumbnails of all your pages and sections, including changes that have been made. Quickly copy or delete a section. Or drag and drop to move sections around. Scroll through thumbnails to preview your document or enlarge them for a better view.

Powerful page layout

Do-it-yourself design.

Create your own design from a blank canvas — Pages makes page layout easy. Choose fonts and add images, graphics, tables, and 3D charts. Powerful graphics tools let you resize and rotate photos, apply reflections and shadows, add picture frames, and remove backgrounds from images with a simple point and click. You can even control the text: how it looks, how it flows, and how it wraps around images. Move everything around on the free-form canvas until you see the layout you envisioned.

Compatibility and sharing

It’s an easy read. In any format.

Pages makes it easy to share your documents with colleagues or friends. You can open Microsoft Word files in Pages and save your Pages documents as Word files. With powerful graphics and formatting tools, it's easy to make Word documents look great in Pages. You can also save your Pages documents as RTF files or plain text or export them as PDF files. With the new email option, send Pages, Word, or PDF documents right from Pages using Mac OS X Mail.

Share your work on the Web.

What if you need to share your document, but you aren’t sure whether your colleagues use a Mac or PC, iWork or Office? Now you can upload it to iWork.com Public Beta. Reviewers receive a unique iWork.com URL where they can view your work, post comments, and download your document in Pages, Microsoft Word, or PDF format.

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Pages for Mac picturePages for Mac works with the following file extensions:

Note: You can click on any file extension link from the list below, to view its detailed information. The list of extensions used or otherwise associated with the application may not be complete, because many common file extensions on our website, such as jpg (pictures) or txt (text files), can be opened by a large number of applications, or are too general file format. However most, if not all directly associated file extensions should be listed with its appropriate program. Although its likely, that some file extensions may be missing from the list of associated file extensions with the application, yet they can be opened, be part of, or otherwise be associated with the program.

Pages for Mac default file extension associations

The most common file format used with the specific file extension

pages file icon.pages file extension is used for Pages document

Other file extensions or file formats developed for use with Pages for Mac

iwa file icon.iwapages-tef file icon.pages-tefrtf_ file icon.rtf_word file icon.word

Common file extensions used by Pages for Mac

doc file icon.docdocx file icon.docxepub file icon.epubpages file icon.pagespdf file icon.pdfrtf file icon.rtftxt file icon.txt

Comparison table of actions that Pages for Mac can perform with each of its associated file type beta

This table might not contain all possible associated or supported file types or may contain incorrect data.
If you need more information please contact the developers of Pages for Mac (Apple, Inc.), or check out their product website.

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