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Get help creating letters, flyers, or essays, add images or charts, or continue editing your document from any Apple device with these Pages resources.

Pages for iPad: Touchscreen basics for Pages

Touchscreen basics for Pages Gestures are crucial to using Pages on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side to side—for example, to see items outside the edges of the screen or to see more options in a list. Scroll quickly by swiping or flicking one finger rapidly across

Pages for iPhone: Touchscreen basics for Pages

Touchscreen basics for Pages Gestures are crucial to using Pages on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side to side—for example, to see items outside the edges of the screen or to see more options in a list. Scroll quickly by swiping or flicking one finger rapidly across

Pages for iOS (iPad): Touchscreen basics

Touchscreen basics Touchscreen basics for Pages Gestures are crucial to using Pages on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side to side—for example, to see items outside the edges of the screen or to see more options in a list. Scroll quickly by swiping or flicking one finger

Pages for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Touchscreen basics

Touchscreen basics Touchscreen basics for Pages Gestures are crucial to using Pages on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side to side—for example, to see items outside the edges of the screen or to see more options in a list. Scroll quickly by swiping or flicking one finger

Pages for iOS 2.x (iPad): Touchscreen basics

Touchscreen basics Gestures are crucial to using Pages on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Two-finger tap Using two fingers, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your fingers. Use this gesture to select an entire paragraph in the document body or a text box. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side

Pages for iOS 2.x (iPhone, iPod touch): Touchscreen basics

Touchscreen basics Gestures are crucial to using Pages on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Two-finger tap Using two fingers, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your fingers. Use this gesture to select an entire paragraph in the document body or a text box. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side

Mac Basics

Learn everything you need to know about your new Mac.  Get help with set up, basic tips, keyboard shortcuts, and more. Your Mac takes you through setup after you turn it on. Here's some information on what you'll see, like password set up, Apple ID, and more.      

GarageBand for Mac: Play a lesson

Play a lesson You can learn to play your guitar or keyboard by taking the guitar and piano lessons included with GarageBand. You can download additional lessons , and purchase Artist Lessons with songs taught by the artists themselves. You choose and open lessons from the Project Chooser. Each lesson includes the following: A Learn chapter, in which the teacher gives instruction on how to play the song, including tuning and techniques. A Play chapter, where you can play the entire song without

GarageBand for Mac: Customize the lesson window

Customize the lesson window You can customize the lesson window to suit your way of learning. You can choose how the notation is displayed, show or hide the notation or animated instrument, and customize other parts of the lesson window. For guitar lessons , you can view notation as chord symbols, chord fingering grids, tablature (TAB), or standard notation. You can also view the animated fretboard in a top-down view, or switch to a left-handed view. For piano lessons , you can view chord

GarageBand for Mac: See how well you played a lesson

See how well you played a lesson GarageBand lessons include a How Did I Play feature that shows you which notes or chords you play correctly, and which notes you play incorrectly or out of time. You can use How Did I Play for the entire Play chapter of a lesson or only part of the chapter. In the notation area, different colors show how you play: Notes and chords you play correctly flash green as you play them. Areas with wrong notes appear red. In a piano lesson , wrong notes also appear red

GarageBand for Mac: Slow down a lesson

Slow down a lesson While playing along with a lesson , you may want to slow it down to learn a difficult passage. You can slow a lesson down to as much as half the original speed, and then increase the speed gradually as you practice the passage, until you can play it at normal speed. Change the speed of a lesson Drag the Speed slider in the control bar to the left to slow down the lesson . Click the Play button to start the lesson playing. To speed up the lesson , drag the slider to the right

GarageBand for Mac: Get additional Learn to Play lessons

Get additional Learn to Play lessons GarageBand includes a complete series of Learn to Play lessons that teach you the fundamentals of guitar and piano. One guitar and one piano lesson are preinstalled on your Mac, and you can download additional lessons in GarageBand. You can also purchase and download Artist Lessons , featuring songs taught by the artists who made them famous. You can choose additional lessons to download in the Project Chooser. You can preview Artist Lessons before

Mac Basics: Launchpad is the fast way to find and open your apps

When you enter Launchpad, OS X shows you all of your apps. To open an app, simply click its icon. By default, items in Launchpad are in alphabetical order. You can re-arrange icons on Launchpad by dragging them in the order you want. If there's not enough room to show all of your apps on one screen, Launchpad creates multiple pages . The dots at the bottom of the Launchpad screen show you how many pages of apps there are, and which page you are currently viewing. To move between pages : &NewLine

GarageBand for Mac: Open lessons in the GarageBand window

Open lessons in the GarageBand window You can open a Learn to Play lesson in the GarageBand window to arrange, mix, and share it, as with any project. Open a lesson in the GarageBand window In either the Progress or High Scores window, click the Open in GarageBand button in the lower-left corner of the window. The lesson opens as a GarageBand project. The project includes tracks for the teacher, for the band, and for your recordings. Any changes you made using the mixing controls are preserved

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GarageBand for Mac: Tune your guitar in a lesson

Tune your guitar in a lesson While you’re taking a guitar lesson , you can use the tuner to check your tuning and help you tune your guitar, if necessary. If a lesson features an alternative guitar tuning, the tuner adjusts to help you tune your guitar to the alternative tuning. Tune your guitar in a guitar lesson Make sure you can hear your guitar. If necessary, click Setup in the upper-right corner of the lesson window and choose the input source for your guitar. Click Tuner in the upper

Pages - Mac App Store

Pages by Apple. Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps. Create gorgeous documents in minutes with the all-new Pages for Mac word processor — featuring a stunning new design, new writing tools, and improved performance. Start with an Apple-designed template or create your own design using fonts, styles, and tools from the intelligent Format Panel. Easily add images, movies, charts, and more. 

GarageBand for Mac: If your lesson doesn’t finish downloading

If your lesson doesn’t finish downloading If you’ve started to download one or more Learn to Play lessons and the download is interrupted or is incomplete, use the following steps to complete the download or re-download your lesson . Try these steps if your lesson doesn’t finish downloading Check your network connection. Your network connection must be active for the download to complete. After you verify that your network connection is active, follow the remaining steps. Close and reopen

Re-download GarageBand Learn to Play Artist Lessons

If you’ve started to download Learn to Play Artist Lessons and the download is interrupted or is incomplete, you can resume the download from the Lesson Store in GarageBand. You can also download previously downloaded Artist Lessons from the Apple Store (but not from the Lesson Store in GarageBand).

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Logic Pro X: Logic Pro project basics

Logic Pro project basics You start working in Logic Pro by creating a new project, or opening an existing one. A project is the document that contains all your recordings, the location of media files you add, and all the changes you make. You can have multiple projects open at the same time, and transfer media and other data between them. Each project has a set of properties, including a tempo, time signature, and key signature, which you can define when you create the project, and change

Keynote for iPad: Touchscreen basics

Touchscreen basics Finger gestures are crucial to using Keynote on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side to side on the screen to move the content within the screen or within a pane. This action allows you to see items that are currently beyond the edges of the screen or more

GarageBand '09: No sound from guitar when playing lessons

If you are unable to hear your electric guitar when you play along with guitar lessons , check your setup to verify you are connected properly. From the lesson window, click Setup in the upper-right corner. From the "My Input Device" menu, choose Guitar if your electric guitar is plugged into the built-in line input on your computer; if it's plugged into an external audio interface, choose External Guitar. Note: To play along with lessons , the guitar must

Mac Basics: Font Book

should appear in this collection. You can include or exclude fonts based on their family name, style name, PostScript name, kind, languages, and design style. To add more criteria, click the "+" button (or remove with the "–" button). Give your collection a name, then click the OK button when finished. To modify a Smart Collection, select it, then choose File > Edit Smart Collection. Using collections in apps In applications that use the standard OS X Fonts panel, such as Mail, Pages , and TextEdit

GarageBand for Mac: Change the mix of a lesson

Change the mix of a lesson You can change the mix of instruments in a Learn to Play lesson to hear the teacher, the instruments in the band, or your own instrument more easily. For example, after you have practiced the lesson , you can mute the teacher’s instrument to hear your own instrument as you play with the band. Show the mixer Click Mixer in the upper-right part of the lesson window. The mixer appears as an overlay over the lesson window. Change the mix of a lesson

Photos for Mac: Editing basics

Editing basics You can use the Photos editing tools to easily make simple changes to your photos, such as rotating them or cropping them to get the best framing. When you change a photo, Photos keeps the original so you can always undo your changes and revert to the original look. Changes you make to a photo appear everywhere the photo appears in your library—every album, project, and so on. If you want to give a photo a unique look that appears in one version of the photo, first duplicate

iPhoto: Editing basics

Editing basics You can use the Photos editing tools to easily make simple changes to your photos, such as rotating them or cropping them to get the best framing. When you change a photo, Photos keeps the original so you can always undo your changes and revert to the original look. Changes you make to a photo appear everywhere the photo appears in your library—every album, project, and so on. If you want to give a photo a unique look that appears in one version of the photo, first duplicate

Keynote for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Touchscreen basics

Touchscreen basics Finger gestures are crucial to using Keynote on your iOS device. These are the gestures you need to know: Tap Using one finger, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your finger. Use this gesture to select an object or activate a button. Two-finger tap Using two fingers simultaneously, quickly and firmly touch the screen, then lift your fingers. Use this gesture to select all the text in a paragraph. Scroll, swipe, flick Slide one finger up and down or side to side

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