Seven sassy ways to use Pages for iOS for creating content

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Microsoft Word and its Apple counterpart, Pages, are two of my favorite software applications. But I admit, I’ve barely scratched the surface on what either can do. I sometimes think, “Well, it’s a word processing application — that’s what it does.”

Unfortunately, that attitude sometimes keeps me from using applications to their potential. That’s why I like Lynda.com’s essential training courses, because they’ll often cover features I’ve totally missed.

Suppose I told you that Pages for iOS could do more than just word processing, but in fact you can use it for creating seven different types of content for your business.