The question was - How can you convert Word documents to Pages? First, I assume pages means web pages and not a printed page, since the word is ‘convert.’ In Word 2016, because that’s what I am looking at, open the document in question then select ‘File’ on the ribbon. From ‘Save As,’ select one of the following options - ‘Single file webpage, webpage, web page filtered content.’ Then save the document to that format and upload. I have some question that you will be satisfied with the result but that will at least get you started. In summary, it’s built into the system. You can also create a New document using the webpage option and then import material from other Word documents.
So you can also use it as an import tool to read and export from Word. If you need to transfer Word documents between systems (like you’ll soon be doing with the next Office Suite, Office 2016), we think you will enjoy using this new feature. If you need it in Office 2010 or 2012, well, this is a Windows feature, not an Office one. So, if you do need to transfer a document from your laptop to the desktop device, this is no real issue. If you need to export a document from your desktop PC to a laptop and then to the home computer, for example, so you can open it on a tablet, you will need a new document format, which again is a Windows 10 specific feature we know but have to point out here. So, in short, it’s a great feature for those of you.