“Pages is a fantastic program used to create visually appealing documents, but you might not realize how versatile it is,” Lucy Hattersly reports for TechRadar. “It can also be used to create digital books for the iBooks app, and sold on the iBooks Store.”
“This conversion from Pages to iBooks is done via the ePub file format, which is used for digital books on Apple’s iBooks app on both OS X and iOS,” Hattersly reports. “With Pages for OS X you can export a text document straight into ePub, and import it directly into iBooks for OS X.”
“For those looking to self-publish, in Pages you can add Retina display-quality images, chapters, headings, custom artwork, even video clips,” Hattersly reports. “Pages turns it into an ePub you can share, or even sell on Apple’s iBooks Store.”
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