Add Header and Footer to a Document in Pages on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Crystal, Jen M
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to add a header and a footer to a document in the Pages application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock the phone by pressing the lock button or home button.
Swipe and enter the passcode, or just use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the Pages icon, which is orange with a white pen, and tap it to open the app. We already have a document open, which is a blank page template with an extract from a friends book. Your page could look a little different to this. To learn how to open a document, refer to another tutorial on how to do that. It doesn't matter which format we choose, we will have the same four options on the top right-hand side.
We need to tap the spanner or wrench icon in the top right-hand corner.
Tap on "Document Setup". This will take us to the page where we can adjust our margins, which we've demonstrated in another video.
We can also see "Tap to edit header" at the top, and "Tap to edit footer" at the bottom. We'll tap the top.
We can add whatever it is we want for a header just by typing.
Alternatively, before we type anything, we can see the option to paste text, add page numbers, or add a line break. We'll add page numbers, as it might be quite useful.
We can tap on the format we prefer. We'll tap on "1 of 12".
If we scroll down, we can tap on "Tap to edit footer" to do that.
We'll have the same options again. We'll add a page number.
We'll choose "Page 1 of 12" this time.
Once we're happy with everything, we can tap "Done" in the top left-hand corner.
Now we can see our page number on the top and bottom of the page. If we added a different header or footer, they'd be in the same place, depending on where we've adjusted our margins.
This concludes the tutorial on how to add a header and a footer to a document in 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 get back to you.
Video: Add Header and Footer to a Document in Pages on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Crystal, Freya