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TUTORIAL: Let's learn Pages, the "made in" Apple word processor for Mac! Part 12: Open …

You can create a new Pages document by importing a document created in another application, such as Microsoft Office 2007 or AppleWorks. Pages can import the following formats: text only (.txt), Rich Text Format (.rtf and .rtfd), text processing AppleWorks 6 (.cwk) and Microsoft Word (.doc).

Pages preserves the elements of the original document as much as possible, such as text, colors, layouts and other formatting options. From Microsoft Word, you can import styles, tables, inline and floating objects, charts, footnotes and endnotes, favorites, hyperlinks, lists, sections, change tracking, and more. From AppleWorks, you can only import documents from word processing.

To import a document:

Drag the document onto the Pages icon. A new Pages document opens and the contents of the imported document are displayed.

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In Pages, choose File> Open, select the document and click Open.

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If you can't import a document, try opening it in another application and saving it in a readable format in Pages or copy and paste the content into an existing Pages document.

In addition, you can export Pages documents as Microsoft Word documents (.doc), PDF, Rich Text Format (.rtf and .rtfd), and plain text (.txt).

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