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I am using Pages on my iPad. When I make a document with a picture , I like to add text to the picture. Problem is that when I copy the picture to insert into another document or email, I only get the picture and no text. It would seem to only copy the first layer, the picture. The text that is on top is not copied along with it. Is there a way to compress it into one layer so that the whole thing can be copied and pasted into other documents and emails?
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