First, the Mac uses a different font that is different, different from what is used in Microsoft Word. When selecting a Word document you may have to open the document in multiple text windows to see the different font. I have saved a sample page with a cover page. It is similar to a sample page in Microsoft Word, but I have used the Word template of Pages instead of using the template of an example resume. I have moved my resume to the Pages template on Mac and created a cover page with the sample cover page as sample cover page, using Word template. The sample cover page is You can choose that you want to download the cover page file in the cover page tab. (You can download and then open the cover page in Pages). Here is the cover page, it is similar to Microsoft Word cover page. I have selected the sample cover page in the template tab. After you select the cover page in the template, you can see the cover page in Table view. I have selected “page 1” as the cover page. In Table view, you can see the cover page in more detail. You can add, edit and remove columns, choose between text boxes and dropdowns, choose between headers and footers in the Table view, and more, such as a table of contents. You can edit each and every column including title, first name and last name. I have also highlighted a couple of important columns. I have highlighted two columns: Salary and Salary Range. Both columns have different headers, but the same type. When you choose the header for each column and in both columns a heading comes up with the salary (this is the salary of the writer). The other columns to highlight are the Job Title and the Area of employment. I have chosen Job Title as the job and Area of employment as the area of employment. Here is the Table view, showing the Table of Contents in Microsoft Word. I have highlighted one Column which is Section. The first column has “Title”. The second column has a “Start date”. The third column is the page number. The fourth column is the length of the article. I have chosen to highlight it also by selecting the “Start date” which is the same as the section number and the “End date” which is the same as the page number. The “Start date” and “End date” columns are the same type, so they can be found in the Table view.