Highlighting text is a great way to emphasize important information in your document and make it stand out for the reader. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to highlight text in Apple Pages on your Mac.
First, open up Apple Pages and type out the paragraph you want to work with. Once you have your text ready, use your cursor to select the portion that you want to highlight. As you drag your cursor over the text, you’ll notice that it illuminates the selected text in a different color.
Next, navigate to the “Insert” option located at the top of your screen. Scroll down and look for the “Highlight” button. You can also use the shortcut Shift + Command + H to access this option quickly. Click on the “Highlight” button.
Now, you’ll see two things: permanent highlighting of the selected text and a dialog box that indicates the items with comments or highlighting. You can move your cursor around, and the text will remain highlighted. The highlighted text is also indicated as a specific item for comments and other areas of interest.
If you need to highlight another area, you can simply highlight the text again and click the “Highlight” button. The new highlighted text will be added to the existing ones, and you can use the arrows to navigate between your areas of interest.
That’s it! Highlighting text in Apple Pages is simple, and it can help you make your documents more informative and engaging for your readers. We hope this tutorial was helpful for you.