File Extension PAGES
File extension PAGES is used by Apple Pages application to save document information. Apple Pages is a word processor developed by Apple Inc. It runs on macOS and iOS operating systems and is part of Apple iWork. Most recent versions of Apple Pages have iCloud and web-based editing support which allows cross-device and cross-platform document sharing and collaboration.
If you need to open file with file extension PAGES on Windows operating systems you can use following steps on your macOS device to create DOCX or RTF document.
- 1) Open document in Apple Pages
- 2) Choose "File" in top menu and select "Export to"
- 3) A submenu with a list of export options will open
- 4) Choose "Rich Text Format" to export to "RTF" or "Word" to export to DOCX or DOC.
- 5) Transfer converted file to your Windows device and open it using Microsoft Word, Wordpad or other Windows application which support RTF, DOCX or DOC file extensions
There is an alternative method to transfer your PAGES document from iOS or macOS using iCloud.
- 1) Save your PAGES document to iCloud. In macOS you can do it by choosing "File->Save" in main menu and then selecting iCloud Drive from the "Where" drop down list. Make sure that you have "iCloud Drive" enabled in macOS settings
- 2) Open iCloud on your Windows device
- 3) Open Pages app in iCloud and open a document you saved
- 4) Click on "Tools" icon on the right side of the menu and choose "Download a Copy…".
- 5) You will see a pop up window where you can choose a format in which you can download your PAGES document. Select Word to download in Microsoft Word compatible format
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