Apple has an update to its iWork apps this week Pages, Numbers and Keynote unrolled. Among other things, this brings with it the possibility of using vector graphics in the apps. But there are also new functions for diagrams. Another innovation concerns compatibility with the Notes app. Notes can now be easily opened in Pages - even the formatting of the document is preserved. If you e.g. For example, if you open a note in Apple's own word processor on a Mac or iPhone, you can edit, expand, format, share and print it there as you wish. The original note remains unaffected.
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Open a note in Pages on a Mac: Here's how!
If you wrote a note on the Mac or transferred it from the iPhone, you can open it in the iWork word processor pretty quickly. This is how you do it:
- Opens the Notes app on your Mac
- Click the note in the selection list with the right mouse button, secondary click, or two fingers on the trackpad
- Now choose from the context menu that appears share note from
- Click in the following menu Open in Pages an
- Now use the app that opens to continue editing what you wrote down
Add the sharing option for Pages on iPhone
Apple's mobile devices now also have the function of using the annotated app across all apps. However, the corresponding menu item is not displayed by default. If you want to activate the entry for the share menu, then proceed as follows:
- Opens the Notes app on your iPhone or iPad
- Open one of the created ones notes
- Tap on the in the top right Share symbol (square with up arrow)
- Scroll down the share menu and select Edit Actions... from
- Tap "(+) Open in Pages" to add it to the Favorites list, then tap Ready top right
Open a note in Pages on the iPhone: Here's how!
Once you've added the appropriate sharing option, opening notes in Pages on iPhone or iPad is also easy:
- Open the Notes app and within it one of the created notes
- Tap that again Share symbol and then on Open in Pages
- Now use that Page's app, to edit noted content extensively on the go
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