Edit Settings in Pages on iPhone 6

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you where you can edit your settings on the Pages application on the iPhone 6.

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Steps

  1. 1
    To begin, unlock the phone
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    Either press the lock button on the side, or the home button at the bottom.
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  2. 2
    Swipe from left to right across the screen
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  3. 3
    Enter the passcode, or press a finger to the home button to use the fingerprint scanner
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  4. 4
    Find the Pages icon
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    It is the orange one with the white pen on it. Tap once to open up the app. We already have a document open. It's just a blank page template with an extract from a book inserted. We could have chosen a letter format, a poster format, and so on. A different format might look a little bit different. We show exactly how to do that in another video. No matter which format we choose, we will still have four options in the top right-hand side.
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    Tap the spanner in the top right-hand corner to bring up the "Tools" menu
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  6. 6
    Tap "Settings"
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    It's indicated by a cog icon. Here we can enable or disable certain options.
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    Tap the slider next to "Check Spelling"
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    We can disable it if we don't want a red line to appear when we spell something wrong. Tap again to enable.
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    Tap the sliders to enable or disable options as desired
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    When a slider is green, the option is enabled. When it's white, it's disabled. We can keep it to default or enable everything, or set it however our preferences are.
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  9. 9
    Tap "Author Name"
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    Tap the current author name and type in a new one
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    We can change the official name of the author to our name, or just keep it to "iPhone", or change it to whatever we prefer.
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    Press "Done" in the top right corner
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  12. 12
    Our settings have changed
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    For example, we enabled spell checking. The name in our passage has a spell check line underneath because it's not registered in the dictionary. We also now have a word count along the bottom.
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    This is a VisiHow video
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    We've just shown you how you can edit your settings on the Pages application on the iPhone 6. If you have any questions, comments or queries, feel free to add them to the section below and we'll do our best to help you.
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