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How 2 insert columns in MIDDLE of "pages" document.

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Hello, and Heeeelp!!

I am working on a resume and want to insert 2 columns in the MIDDLE of a "pages" document. Have spent too much time in the "Inspector" and still can't figure it out.

Here's what I've tried so far:
Within "Inspector" I've tried manipulating various setting under "Layout tabs"
Under "insert Menu" I highlighted text that I wanted in two column, and the select "layout Break". also tried "column break"

If someone has the answer, can you please provide step by step directions. Thnx bunches, I might just land the job if I can get my resume in on time, or least get an interview.
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Are you wanting to put some existing text into two columns. Select the text, click on the Columns icon in the Toolbar and select Two.

If the Columns icon isn't in your Toolbar, from Pages Menubar go View>Customize Toolbar and drag it on.
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