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Pages is the most beautiful word processor you've ever seen on a mobile device. This powerful app has been exclusively designed for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Create, edit, and view documents wherever you are. Pages works with iCloud, so your documents stay up to date on all your iOS devices -- automatically. And the Retina display on the new iPad makes everything you do in Pages even more brilliant.
Get started quicklyChoose from 16 Apple-designed templates and styles to instantly create beautiful letters, reports, flyers, cards, and posters Customize your document with the colors, fonts, and textures you like View and edit Pages '09, Microsoft Word, and plain text files; easily import files from Mail, the web, a WebDAV service, or your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing Use iCloud to start editing your document right where you left off on another iOS device Drag Pages '09, Microsoft Word, or plain text documents to icloud.com from your Mac or PC to have them automatically appear on your iOS devicesEdit and format your documentWrite and edit documents using the onscreen keyboard or a wireless keyboard with Bluetooth technology Easily add images to your document using the Media Browser; use dynamic text wrapping to flow text around images Browse your document using the page navigator and see a thumbnail preview of each page Create footnotes and endnotes and view improved word counts with character, paragraph, and page counts Organize your data with beautiful charts and tables Create and view impressive 3D bar, line, area, and pie charts Pages automatically saves your documents as you make changes Use the undo feature to go back through your previous changes -- even the next time you open your documentShare your workShare your work by exporting it as a Pages '09, Microsoft Word, or PDF file and sending it via Mail Print wirelessly with AirPrint, which includes page range selection, number of copies, and two-sided printing Copy documents to a WebDAV service or directly to your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing