I use a Mac OSX 10.7.5. Several years ago I had problems with accessing Pages so I have managed since with TextEdit. I even took my Mac to Bluewater but the problem reappeared. I am now trying to produce a 16 page booklet so thought I would try Pages again. Yesterday was successful and I completed 2 pages. Today I tried to open yesterdays work but all I found were blank pages but with 507 and 154 words indicated at the bottom left. But the pages were blank !!!!!!! I tried also today to open up a new page to start work with. Yes, it opens up but there is no bar to indicate where to start the adding the text. This is exactly the problem I had before. Is there anyone out there that can help, please ? My landline number is ***** XXXXXX. I would prefer a call to talk through the problem John XXXXX
I am Pete, and I'll be happy to assist with your Pages question.
This is a common problem when running Pages on some versions of OS X
To resolve it, try deleting all of the cache files in the ~/Libary/Caches folder, & empty the trash.
If you get a message that some files are in use, restart the Mac and finish the trash disposal.
Then start up Pages and try again :)
I am not getting anywhere with my problem. I have no idea what and where the Library/Caches folder is. I have emptied trash but that has not
solved the problem.
\ have so far spent over £50 to no avail.
Yesterday I had a download come through I assume from yourself or
JustAnswer. It appears to have solved the problem, thank goodness.