Thank you very much Leanna! These templates are really useful! I just have one request. Can you please include a portrait and landscape template for 8x13? It's a very common template used in our country. My Mac just got the rainbow screen of death so I can't do it myself thank you very much in advance!
So one of the huge annoyances of Pages for iOS is that there are only 2 paper sizes (letter and A4) AND that the document must be in portrait. But!if you create a different sized document in landscape with Pages on Mac and open it on your iPad or iPhone, Pages for iOS will respect the size and orientation of the document.
Well, I want to create a bunch of "templates" of commonly used paper sizes for you all and wanted to know which ones you'd like to see included in the list
The templates are a great find but I don't suppose anyone has an A7 template do they?
Thanks for your work on these - you probably have the makings of a good iPad AppStore app if you include a few more (like the A7 :-) )!
I made blank templates in Word for Windows as I needed B5 portrait and landscape sizes, then uploaded them to my iCloud account via Internet Explorer which saved them as Pages files. Seems to have worked out alright.
Are these saved as pages or as templates?
Pages for iOS (iPad): Install and manage document templates
Install and manage Pages templates
If you create a custom template on your Mac and want to install it on an iOS device, save your template to iCloud, iTunes, or a WebDAV server, or send it as an email attachment. Then, open the template on your device. You manage custom templates in the document manager.
Install a template on your iOS device
On your iOS device, do the following to install a template from these sources:
iCloud: If Pages is set up to use iCloud on your device, the template appears automatically in the document manager and is identified by a template badge. Tap the template thumbnail, then tap Add.
Note: For seamless sharing and syncing of documents, use iCloud Drive. See this Apple Support article for more information.
AirDrop: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open Control Center, then tap AirDrop. Tap a discovery option, and when the AirDrop message appears, tap Add.
An email: In Mail, tap the attachment, then tap the screen. Tap Share menu button at the top of the screen, tap Open in Pages, then tap Add.
A WebDAV server: Download the template from the server, then tap the screen. Tap Share menu button at the top of the screen, tap Open in Pages, then tap Add.
The template appears in the My Templates category in the template chooser.
You can also use iTunes to transfer files between your computer and your iOS device.
Delete a custom template
In the document manager, tap Create Document, touch and hold the template thumbnail, then tap Delete.
Rename a custom template
In the document manager, tap Create Document.
Tap the custom template name, then type the new name.
Transfer documents with a WebDAV server
Transfer documents with iTunes
Last Modified: Feb 18, 2016