One of the huge disappointments of Pages for iPhone and iPad is there are only two paper sizes available: US Letter and A4. Even worse, is that you can't even create a document with these sizes in landscape! However, if you first create the document in Pages for Mac and open it with Pages on your iPhone or iPad, the document size and orientation will remain unchanged.
This workaround works fine for users with a Mac and iWork, but what about Windows users or even Mac users who want to create a document without planning ahead and creating the appropriately sized document first? That's where we come in!
I've created blank templates of all the popular document sizes and added them to my public Dropbox folder for iMore readers to download directly to their iPhone or iPad. Just simply tap the links with your iPhone or iPad and select Open in "Pages" for each one you want. Yes, it's a bit tedious, but unfortunately, this is the best we can do for you.
After picking up the ones you want, I recommend grouping them up into a folder so they don't clutter up your main document screen.
When using any of these templates, make sure you duplicate it first before making any changes so that you don't lose the original template.
So there you go! Hopefully this makes Pages for iPhone and iPad more useful for you.
See also: Pages for iPhone and iPad review
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