I'm currently using Pages '09 on OS X 10.10.5. I have a document in portrait orientation that I occasionally print (8.5" x 11"), and fold into four equal vertical sections, like a spreadsheet with one column and four rows. Here's an image matching what I do with the printout.
The document consists of several text boxes. The text box layout is fitted to the content and this does not correspond to the page folding. Is there some way to add guide lines to my document to see where the folds will be? This would be for layout purposes only, the lines shouldn't appear in the printout. I looked through the menu options and the document inspector, but didn't see a way to accomplish what I want.
I believe any of these options would work, but I'm not sure how to accomplish them:
- Add guide lines manually
- Display a vertical ruler for the page (menu item references rulers but this document only displays a horizontal ruler)
- Create a background image with the guide lines (easy with Pixelmator) and add it to the document
I am willing to use a newer version of Pages.