iWork for iPad: How to Email Pages, Numbers, and Keynote Documents

You can email your iWork documents to another computer or user and send them in iWork format, PDF or (in the case of Pages documents) even as a Word document.

Make sure that you are in the My Documents view. Go to the toolbar and tap the My Documents button in the upper left corner.

Locate the document that you wish to rename.

Tap the Send icon at the bottom of the screen.

When the menu appears, tap Send via Mail.

Select the desired format for the emailed file. For a Pages document, you will have three different options:

While Numbers and Keynote documents only have two options:

Address the generated email message, add any text to the subject or body and send the email message.

 

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4 Responses to “iWork for iPad: How to Email Pages, Numbers, and Keynote Documents”

  1. June 17, 2011 at 2:29 am, Philp said:

    Hmmm I think you tap tools, then share by email!

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  2. June 29, 2011 at 5:17 am, Cloudland47 said:

    Help, I’m going mad! There is no Send/Share/Export icon (anymore ) at the bottom of my Pages Document view! Where is it? From the bleating Lambchop

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  3. August 15, 2011 at 10:16 am, Guru said:

    @2865acdd0ffdd64ef32fc7f40fc824c8:disqus Hope you found out where it is, in case you haven’t, It’s under the spanner icon, click share and print and it will take you to email options.

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  4. September 16, 2012 at 4:07 pm, Jayne said:

    Trying to e mail from numbers on iPad and when I run through the instructions as mentioned and tap send it does nothing. iPad is sending e mails from its program but not from any other. I have looked settings and can’t think what is wrong. Can someone please help. It won’t send from symphony pro app either.

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