We have now posted the second significant update to our “Take Control of Pages” pre-book at Leanpub. The update, available for free to purchasers of the pre-book, offers a new chapter on organizing your work by using sections, tables of contents, and list styles, including how to use list styles to create headings in structured documents. Subsequent free updates to the pre-book will include chapters on layout tools, file exporting, templates, and using objects in Pages documents. follow link
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“Take Control of Pages” Adds Lists, Sections, and Tables of Contents
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Nor would the book cost you $15: as a TidBITS member, you can purchase it at a 30% discount.
Furthermore, when you purchase a book through Leanpub you can get a complete refund for 45 days from the date of purchase, so there's pretty much no risk of getting burned.
Put simply, we wouldn't have done the book in this fashion if we weren't entirely comfortable that we'd be able to deliver.