Where Is My Pages App On My Mac

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Sep 30, 2019  You can open a file from the Finder or from the Pages app: From the Finder, Control-click the file, then choose Open With Pages. If Pages is the only word processor on your Mac, you can just double-click the file. From the Pages for Mac app, choose File Open, select the file, then click Open. If a file is dimmed, it’s not a compatible format. Pages for Mac lets you easily import a Word document into Pages from your Mac or a PC. And now anyone can collaborate on a document in real time.

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This works the same way the venerable MacWrite worked in its latest incarnations

I haven't played much with Pages, but what I have understood is that languages can be a property of styles. Hence you can have a style called 'body Swedish' and another one called 'body English' and then select among them when writing multi-lingual texts.
Having set the styles properly. The writing of multilingual documents becomes much less of a hazzle.

Yes, you can set the language in a style.
Probably even in a character style (so you can mix different language words in the same paragraph). Haven't tested this last one yet, though.
Ing. lic. G.E.A. Vansteelant
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Most text editor (and layout programs) allow you to use the language like a style attribute. In contrast, the spellchecker in OS X, although working globally in all (Cocoa) apps, which is a nice feature, so far you could only set the language globally but independently from the system language.
It seems like Pages (and maybe Keynote 2) offer more customisation in that sense (but take their default from the system language and not from the language set for the global spellchecker).
My favourite feature of the OS X spellchecker however is the 'Multilingual' setting. It allows you to write in something like ten different languages and only if a word does not exist in any of them it gets marked (without constantly having to change the language setting). This catches basically all typos (though a couple of False Friends will be overlooked).

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I have a couple specific questions:
  • Is the spell checking available for Unicode Right-to-Left Hebrew?
  • Is anyone using Pages for doing Right to left language?
  • Is it capable of it?

To me this is funny because the logic of your questions is bottom-to-top. You're asking: can it be done, is anyone doing it, what about spell-checking?
I wish I knew :-)

The problem is that I'd like to spellcheck Norwegian. Any other Cocoa-app gives me this opportunity using Cocoaspell.
Does this work in Pages? No! You're stuck with the standard languages supplied with the OS.

There's a way to make Cocoaspell work with Pages. it's not pretty, but it's functional. It's over at Apple's Discussion Board.

What I did was:
1. Create a new blank document
2. Press Apple+A to select all
3. Set the language in the Inspector > Text > More > Language to Nederlands (Dutch)
4. Save the document as a template (File > Save as Template) in My templates as 'Dutch Blank'
Now I just select this template if I want to make a Dutch document. Of course you can replace Dutch with your own language :)

hmmm does not seems to work with the Pages2 :(
iMac G4 1,25 Ghz, 768 MB RAM
Mac OS X 10.4.4

This is really easy, do the following to change the language:
1. Open a new blank document.
2. Press Cmd+A to do a Select All
3. Open Inspector (Alt+Cmd+I) and under the Text tab click on More
4. Change the language to your preferred one.
5. Do the same to the headers if you want to..
6. Go to File, save as template and save it as: 'Blank.template' (template is the file's extension) to your Desktop.
7. Go to the iWork folder where the Pages app is, and right-click (or ctrl-click) Pages, and select Show Package Contents, then go to Contents--> Resources--> Templates--> Blank and copy-paste your edited Desktop file to this folder (replace it).
8. DONE! Now when you open a new blank document, your language has been set!

I know this is an old post, but it saved my sanity. Thanks.