I'm trying to use Pages 5 to design my invoices. I have a fixed header section for the address and the logo, then a table which is part of the text flow and automatically continues on the next page. However I would like to have a footer area attached to the bottom of the last page which contains my banking information. If the table is short, I would like this information to stick at the bottom of page 1. If the table content becomes longer, I would like to have it at the bottom of page 2.


  • If the table extends do you want the footer at the bottom of page two and page one or just page two?
    – grg
    Dec 31, 2013 at 10:26
  • only at the bottom of the last page
    – Krumelur
    Dec 31, 2013 at 10:31

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This is currently not possible.

You can have it at page 1 and page 2 using a normal footer as you're probably aware, but not automatically move to the last page of a document. You can do it manually as you're also probably aware by using the section inspector, but that's still not automatic and would require you to delete it from page 1 and then add it back to page 2.

You can notify Apple that you would like this feature implemented using their Pages feedback page:

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