How to Put a Line in iWork

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iWork is a suite of productivity programs from Apple which runs on the Mac platform. "Pages" is a page layout program that produces professional-looking brochures, newsletters and posters. "Numbers" is a spreadsheet program and the equivalent of Excel. "Keynote" is a presentation software much like PowerPoint. In all three programs, it is easy to insert a line, which can emphasis a point, organize work on a slide or page, or create order in a spreadsheet.

Pages

  • Click on the "Pages" icon in your dock. It resembles an ink well and pen. Select a document type in the left pane of the "Template Chooser" window, then click on the icon of the template you wish to use on the left. Click the "Choose" button at the bottom right.

  • Click on the "Open Recent" or "Open an Existing File" button on the bottom of the "Template Chooser" window to open an existing document. Navigate to your document on the computer and click to open it.

  • Click on the "Insert" menu, then scroll down to "Shape." Click on "Line" to place a line on the page.

Keynote

  • Click on the "Keynote" icon in the dock. Choose a theme for your presentation in the window that opens. Click to open a new document. Alternately, click on "Open an Existing File" to open an existing slide show.

  • Click on "Insert," then scroll down to "Shape."

  • Click on the right sub-menu, and select "Line" to place a line in your slide show.

Numbers

  • Click on the "Numbers" icon in your dock to launch the program. Click on your preferred style of spread sheet or chart in the "Template Chooser."

  • Click on the "Open Recent" or "Open an Existing File" button on the bottom of the "Template Chooser" window as an alternative. Navigate to your document on the computer and click to open it.

  • Click "Insert" from the menu. Scroll down to "Shapes." Click on the right sub-menu to select "Line" which places a line in your spreadsheet or chart.

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