Tap the ‹+‿ sign under Create to see new pages and the Add Page button. Use a keyboard shortcut for add a page. Tap the ‹+‿ backspace on the keyboard to go to the previous page. Tap the ‚ sign to add to an existing document. Tap the ‹‚ backspace on the keyboard to go to the last page. Add page in a document in the background: When you are editing in another app (e.g., for a long period) you may want a page to appear when you are done. (e.g., the end of a long page), but not in the document you just finished editing. When using Pages in such a situation you can add in another document to which you would like a page in the background so that when the page appears your document is ready for editing. Tap the ‹+‿ backspace on the keyboard to go to the last page. Drag a page into a document: Drag a piece of paper into a document to add it as a page in the document, even if there is not a section you want it to be added to or if there is no way to do so. To add a page to an existing document in the document-stack view (e.g., a table in the document pane) drag the cursor to a section in the document, then tap the + sign (), then tap the ‹+‿ sign () on top of the stack to add it to an existing document. Tap the ′+‿ backspace (›) button on the keyboard to go to the previous document you last edited. Remove a page from an existing document (when the document is full): To remove a page, tap & drag it out of the document-stack view; it is removed from the stack and from the document, but it is not removed from the original document view. If the page you want to remove is the last item in the stack (including a table or chart), then you can tap the ‹+‿ sign () then tap Remove at the top of the stack, then tap the ‹←‿ sign (‖). It moves the stack to the Remove to Empty line and then to the top-left or top-center of the document.