In my Pages document, I have a passage in my abbreviations list that looks as shown below:
I'm not satisfied with the display of the first item, because on the second line the word inscriptions should be indented, i.e. preceded by a tab.
So I put my cursor at the very end of the first line, just after the character
c of Semitic, and hit Tab key. Unfortunately, Pages does not interpret the keystroke the way I want, it chooses to push the first line's content backwards rather than pushing the second line's content forward (while the second line stays unindented), so I get something like this:
How do I achieve the desired result?
UPDATE (in answer to Yoan's comment below) : I also tried hitting "Tab" several times, just before the "i" of inscriptions. The four first keystrokes change nothing to the output, and on the fifth the second line is indented correctly but I have an incorrect very long space at the end of the first line :