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bighairymike wrote: Assuming you know what "Pages" is and have the software installed.

It's on the iPad and is part of Apple iWork (Apple's version of Microsoft Office, and Pages is the Apple version of Word).

Hard to imagine an Apple user not being familiar with the basic software on their devices, but I suppose it is possible. If running Word, the same holds true - copy and paste the table from the blog post Scott Burns wrote and "voila" it becomes correctly formatted.

If one doesn't know of either Word or Pages - then I'm at a loss...being that we are in year 2020 and Pages has been out since 2005, Word has been out since 1983. ;-)

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