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Hi this is Gary with MacMost.com. Today let me show you how to use the new background fill feature in Pages. MacMost is brought to you thanks to more than 600 viewers just like you. Go to MacMost.com/patreon. There you could read more about the Patreon Campaign. Join us and get exclusive content and course discounts. So a new feature in Pages version 10.0 is the ability to easily fill the background of a section with either a color, gradient, or an image. Lets take a look. So to set a background for your Pages document you need to get to the Section sidebar. Now the Section sidebar has moved. If you go to Document you wont see it here between Document and Bookmarks where it used to be. Now its under Format. To see it you need to select the background. To select the background you need to click somewhere where there isnt an element on your page. So if I go to View, then Show Layout you could see the body text here and anywhere I click in there is going to select the body text. You