How to Share Documents likes Pages, Keynotes, or Numbers File with iCloud?

Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes are the features of iWork office suite. Pages allow you to create sensational-looking documents effortlessly. Through numbers, you can make attractive spreadsheets that include impressive tables and images. With Keynotes, you can easily create and deliver stunning presentations. These are equivalent to Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, respectively. But iWork and Microsoft applications have the different file formats.

Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes are the best ways to create fantastic work. And with iCloud, you and your team can access and edit all your documents, whether your teammates are across town or on the other side of the world. You can also invite others to your documents and work on it together in real time. The best part about sharing iWork documents by iCloud is that the person you share with is not required to have an iOS device or Mac to open or even work together on the documents with you. Simply, they need a Web browser.

How to share Pages, Keynotes, or Numbers file from iPhone or iPad

  1. Open the file (in Pages, Numbers, or Keynotes) on your iPhone or iPad that you want to share.
  2. Tap on the ‘Share button.’ It is on the upper right corner.
  3. Select ‘Share Link via IClound’ from the drop-down options.
  4. Select the method of sharing.
  5. iWork automatically inserts the iCloud link for you. You can also add or type anything else in your message.
  6. Send your message.

How to share Pages, Keynotes or Numbers file from your Mac

  1. Open the file that you want to share in your Mac.
  2. Click on ‘Share button.’ It is on the top in the menu bar.
  3. Select ‘Share Link via ICloud’ from the drop-down options.
  4. Select the method of sharing.
  5. iWork automatically inserts the iCloud link for you. You can also add or type anything else in your message.
  6. And, Send it.

That’s it! You have successfully shared the documents with iCloud. Now, the receiver only needs to open the link in a browser in order to view or edit the document.

John Martin is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Samuel has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as norton.com/setup.

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