Published on March 5, 2014
Mac Club Presentation Pages 5.1 - Tony Sorrentino March 7, 2014 Pages ! Mac Version! ! ! v 5.1 Getting Started! ! File > New (blanks & templates)! ! Basic (3)! ! Reports (7)! ! Letters (8)! ! Resumes (6)! ! Envelopes (6)! ! ! ! ! ! Pages 5.1 Resources! Business Cards (6)! Flyers & Posters (15)! Cards (6)! Miscellaneous (2)! Newsletter (4)! Internet: http://help.apple.com/pages/mac/5.1/! ! YouTube Videos! • Pages 5 - Full Class w/ Extras 2013! • Hands On: Apple - iWork - Pages (on Mavericks) Pages 5.1 <—> Pages ’09! Pages 5.1 will open Pages ’09 ﬁles! Pages ’09 will not open Pages 5.1 ﬁles! Pages 5.1 can save as Pages ’09! ! File > Export To > Pages ’09! ! Pages 5.1 <—> Word! Pages 5.1 will open Word ﬁles! Pages 5.1 can save as MS Word ﬁles ! ! File > Export To > Word! ! ! Toolbar! ! • • • • • • • • ! ! • • • • • ! ! View - Choose what to show and hide while creating a document.! Zoom - Enlarge or reduce the view of a document.! ! Insert - Add breaks, page numbers, links, and more.! Table - Choose a table to add to this document.! Note: Toolbar can be customized based Chart - Choose a chart to add to this document.! upon individual needs. Go to drop down menu Text - Choose a text box to add to this document.! View > Customize Toolbar... and drag items Shape - Choose a shape to add to this document.! into the toolbar. Media - Show or hide the Media Browser.! Photos - Choose a photo to add to this document.! Music - Choose an audio ﬁle to add to this document.! Movies - Choose a movie to add to this document.! Comment - Add a comment to the selected text or object.! Share - Share this document via email, iCloud, etc.! Tips - Show or hide coaching tips.! Format - Show or hide Format inspector pane.! Setup - Show or hide document and section options.! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 1
Mac Club Presentation Pages 5.1 - Tony Sorrentino March 7, 2014 Format Inspector Panes ! ! Text - (style, layout, more)! Object - (style, image, arrange)! Table - (table, cell, text, arrange)! Chart - !(chart, axis, series, arrange)! Shape -!(style, text, arrange)! Media/Photo - (style, image, arrange)! Media/Music - (audio, arrange)! Media/Movie - (style, movie, arrange) ! Setup - (document, section)! ! The Format inspector (pane right of page) changes depending on what you’re doing. When working on text - a text Format inspector appears, when working on a table - a table Format inspector appears, when working on a photo - a photo Format inspector appears, etc. Use the Format icon in the toolbar to show and hide the inspector pane. The example below shows three panes in the text Format Inspector.! ! Text Format Inspector Panes: Style - Layout - More! ! ! The text Format inspector style pane selects font, character style, alignment, spacing, and bullets and list.! The text Format inspector layout pane selects columns, indents, tabs and borders and rules.! The text Format inspector more pane selects pagination and breaks, hyphenation and ligatures, and paragraph style.! ! Remember: The Format inspector comes up automatically based upon what you are doing. The Format Icon in the Tool Bar shows or hides the Format inspector. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 2
Mac Club Presentation Pages 5.1 - Tony Sorrentino ! ! ! March 7, 2014 ! ! Computer/Pages Tips! Special Characters ! • Edit > Special Characters…! • click gear (upper left), add more characters! • Help: http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/aguide-to-special-characters-on-your-mac-mac-55094! Examples of How Used! Special Characters: copyright symbol, faces, arrows, technical symbols, math symbols, etc. ! ! ! Share via email -! 1. email, iCloud, messages, twitter, etc.! 2. Example: Email send a copy.! • Select Share icon in toolbar! • Send a Copy! • Email! • Type of File to send! • Email address and send! Share via email: work on document and email directly to another person. ! ! ! ! Dictation - un-enhanced or enhanced! 1. Un-enhanced - slower, Internet connection needed! 2. Enhanced - faster, no Internet connection needed! 3. To enhance: download ﬁle - System Preferences… > Dictation & Speech > Dictation > Select Enhanced Dictation! ! • select text location! • press fn (Function) key twice - microphone appears! • speak to insert text & punctuation commands! • click Done or press fn key again! • Some problems w/ Enhanced! • Help: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5449! Dictation: method of getting text from paper source into a word processor by reading it. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Speech - select text w/ cursor! • Edit > Speech > Start Speaking! • Help: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/ how-to-use-text-to-speech-in-mac-os-x-lion.html! Speech: reads text to you. ! Screen Shot ! 1. Set: Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts! 2. Area selected saved to clipboard: ! • Press ⌃⇧⌘4 (shift-control-command-4)! • Use directional cursor to select area! • Edit > Paste! • Edit and move for placement! Screen Shots: copy anything viewed on screen into a ﬁle or saved on the clipboard. ! ! ! ! Enlarge Cursor ! • System Preferences… > Accessibility > Display ! Enlarge Cursor: Easier to see for presentation purposes. Linking Internet Site to Text ! • select text, click insert icon, select Add Link! • type URL address in link ﬁeld! • help.apple.com/pages/mac/5.1/#/tand51db403! Linking Internet Site to Text: As you input text into a document you can link to an Internet site as a reference. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 3
Mac Club Presentation Pages 5.1 - Tony Sorrentino ! Introductory Remarks! Notes:! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Pages designed as wp & layout tool.! History of Pages! Version 1! 2005! Version 2! 2006! Version 3! 2007! Version 4! 2009 (Pages ’09)! Version 5! 2013! Version 5.1! 2014 - January! 5.0+ Requirement: Mavericks (OS X 10.9)! Pages 5.0 concerns - removed & changed some advanced features ! Pages ’09 not available, but still on your computer! Formatting (removed bar-enhanced Format Inspector)! ! Pages 5.1 Resources Box! ! New File! ! File > New… ! Pages 5.1 <—> Pages ’09! Pages 5.1 will open Pages ’09 ﬁles! Pages ’09 will not open Pages 5.1 ﬁles! Pages 5.1 can save as Pages ’09! ! File > Export To > Pages ’09…! ! Pages 5.1 <—> Word! Pages 5.1 will open Word ﬁles! Pages 5.1 can save as Word ﬁles! ! File > Export To > Word…! ! Customize Toolbar - Demonstrate! ! ! ! Printer! Subscript! Superscript! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! View Zoom! Insert! Table! Chart! Text! Shape! ! Icons - Demonstrate! Toolbar ! ! ! ! ! ! Inspector ! Format ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! How many use Pages as their primary wp?! How many have converted to Pages 5.0 or 5.1?! March 7, 2014 Media! Comment! Share! Tips! Format! Setup! Text - style, layout, more! Object - style, image, arrange! Table - table, cell, text, arrange! Chart - chart, axis, series, arrange! Shape - style, text, arrange! Media/Photo - style, image, arrange! Media/Music - audio, arrange! Media/Movie - style, movie, arrange! Setup - document, section! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 4
Mac Club Presentation Pages 5.1 - Tony Sorrentino March 7, 2014 picture). Paste the picture under the table you produced.! Review Exercise! Start a new blank page and type the following text. This will provide a work area for this exercise.! ! Use the Text icon in the toolbar.! ! Produce the following text box. Place the box under the picture of Earth.! “When viewed from space above the North Pole, Earth looks like a very slowly spinning disk. The outer edge of the disc is the equator (0° north latitude), and as you move toward the center point, or the North Pole (90° north latitude), the latitude increases. At the equator, it takes 24 hours to make one rotation on the disk. The distance around the equator is about 40,000 km. Therefore, a person at the equator is traveling 40,000 km in 24 hours, or about 1670 km/ hr.”! Figure 1: View of Earth looking down at North Pole from space. ! Use the Chart icon in the toolbar.! Produce the following chart. This is a challenging task. Hint: you need to estimate the speed from each latitude in the chart below.! ! Use the View icon in the toolbar.! Rotational Speed of Earth by Latitude Show page thumbnails.! Show rulers.! Show word count.! ! 1800 Select either Fit Width or Fit Page to continue ! working on this exercise.! 1350 ! Speed (km/hr) Use the Zoom icon in the toolbar.! Use the Insert icon in the toolbar.! ! At the bottom of the text insert 2 page breaks. View what happens in the page thumbnails. ! Place the cursor in the right section of the header. Insert a page number and move it to the right side of the box.! 900 450 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Use the Table icon in the toolbar.! Latitude (°) Under the text add the following table. ! ! Latitude Location 0° ! North Pole 90° Distance km Equator ! Speed ! km/hr Use the Shape icon in the toolbar.! 40000 ! !! ! 1667 0 Draw the following arrow. Add a text box and place the arrow and the text box as shown below.! 0 Insert a picture of the Earth looking down at the North Pole.! Equator Use the Comment icon in the toolbar.! Search the Internet using “picture earth North Pole.” Find and copy the following picture (or similar ! Place a comment at the end of the text. “Consider adding text about the speed of rotation at your latitude.”! Use the text and objects (table, picture, text box, and shape to reproduce the next page. Use Share icon and send the ﬁnished document to your email address.! !! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 5
Mac Club Presentation Pages 5.1 - Tony Sorrentino March 7, 2014 Rotational Speeds on Earth! ! ! When viewed from space above the North Pole, Earth looks like a very slowly spinning disk. The outer edge of the disc is the equator (0° north latitude), and as you move toward the center point, or the North Pole (90° north latitude), the latitude increases. ! ! Equator Figure 1: View of Earth looking down at North Pole from space. At the equator, it takes 24 hours to make one rotation on the disk. The distance around the equator is about 40,000 km. Therefore, a person at the equator is traveling 40,000 km in 24 hours, or about 1670 km/hr.! Rotational Speed of Earth by Latitude Speed (km/hr) 1800 1350 900 450 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Latitude (°) ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 6
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