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Notes On Iphone Double Spaced Essays

You can use tab stops to align text. When you insert a tab in text or a table cell, the insertion point and any text to the right of it move to the next tab stop, and text you enter starts at that point.

You can adjust paragraphs in a page, column, table cell, text box, or shape so that text is aligned to the left or right border, centered, or aligned on both left and right (justified).

Use the ruler to set tab stops and paragraph margins.

Show and hide the ruler

Show the ruler: Tap in the toolbar, then tap Ruler.

Hide the ruler: Tap Done above the ruler.

Set paragraph margins

  1. Tap in a paragraph, or select one or more paragraphs.

    If the ruler isn’t showing, tap in the toolbar, then tap Ruler.

  2. Drag the margin and paragraph indent markers to where you want them.

Align or justify text

  1. Tap in a paragraph, or select text.

  2. Tap in the toolbar, then tap Style.

  3. Tap one of the alignment buttons.

Set tab stops

  1. Tap or select the paragraphs where you want to set tab stops.

  2. Tap the ruler where you want to place a tab stop.

    If the ruler isn’t visible, tap , then tap Ruler.

  3. To change the tab stop alignment, double-tap the tab stop.

    Keep double-tapping until you see the alignment you want.

  4. To change the position of the tab stop, drag its icon along the ruler.

    To remove a tab stop, drag the tab stop icon below the ruler until it disappears.

Insert a tab in text

Pages documents are set up with default tab stops, but you can change them.

  1. Double-tap in the text where you want to insert a tab stop, then tap Insert.

  2. Tap Tab in the Insert list.

    The insertion point moves to the closest tab stop. Tapping Tab again moves to the next tab stop, and so on.

To undo a tab insertion, tap .

While using the Notes app for iPhone and iPad to get down a quick thought or two is great, the formatting options for the app help make it a more versatile text editing app. You can bold, italicize, and underline your text, sure, but you can also create lists of items, checklists, and even add tables to your notes.

Here's how you can use the formatting options to spice up your notes.

How to create titles and headings in Notes

You can easily add titles and headings to your notes to give them a more formal style and make everything easier to organize.

  1. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap the New Note button in the bottom right corner.
  3. Tap the Aa icon, which opens the text formatting menu.

  4. Tap Title for the next text you type will be formatted as a title.
  5. Tap Heading for the next text you type will be formatted as a heading.
  6. Double-tap or tap and hold on existing text to select something that you want to reformat as a title, then follow steps 3-5 to reformat it.

If you use a title or heading in a note, pressing the return key on your iPhone or iPad's keyboard will automatically format new text after that point as "body" text, so if you want to go from, for instance, a title to a heading, remember that you'll need to choose the Heading format from the formatting menu.

How to automatically start new notes with a title or heading

Of course, you can automatically begin each new note with a title or heading if you wish.

  1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap Notes.

  3. Tap New Notes Start With.
  4. Choose between Title, Heading, or Body.

How to format lists in notes

In Notes, you can choose from three different types of lists to keep everything in order.

  1. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap the New Note button in the bottom right corner.
  3. Tap the Aa icon, which opens the text formatting menu, if you're starting on a new list.

  4. Tap on the list format you'd like to use. Choose from either dashed, numbered, or bulleted.
  5. Type out your list.

How to bold, italicize and underline in Notes

Put emphasis on the text of your notes by bolding italicizing, or underlining it.

  1. Tap on the empty space or select text that you wish to change by double-tapping or tapping and holding.
  2. Tap the BIU icon in the pop-up.
  3. Tap either Bold, Italic, or Underline to format your text the way you want.

How to create a checklist in Notes

Create a quick shopping or to-do list with the checklist format.

  1. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap the New Note button in the bottom right corner.
  3. Tap the checklist icon to create a checklist entry.

  4. Tap return once to create another entry.
  5. Double-tap return when you're done making your checklist to start using standard body text.
  6. Tap the checklist bullet point to check it off. Tap it again to uncheck the item.

How to add a table to a note

New in iOS 11, you can now add tables to your notes to more easily lay out data.

  1. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap the New Note button in the bottom right corner or enter an existing note.
  3. Tap the table button in the formatting bar.

  4. Tap the More buttons on either the top or the side of one of the left-most cells (buttons look like three dots). The top More button controls columns, while the side More button controls rows.
  5. Choose Add Column or Delete Column from the top More button to add or delete a column.

  6. Choose Add Row or Delete Row from the side More button to add or delete a row.
  7. Enter your data into the table.

You can get more information about tables in our handy guide to using tables in Notes.

Questions

If you've got any more questions about formatting your notes, let us know in the comments.

Update October, 2017: Updated with new instructions and screens for iOS 11, including a new section for inserting a table.

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