Pages are used to structure a FreeStyler document. This is particular helpful when using FreeStyler for “interactive presentation” (e.g. in lectures). The pages are either accessed via tabs on top of the workspace or by using the arrows to browse through them. When a new page is opened it gets a successive number, but it can also be named by the user (Edit > Rename Page). These names can also be used as an anchor for hyperlinks in the document offering a third way of navigation.
Each page consists of layers in order to stratify different levels of input. There are layers for hand-written input and for graphical elements. The layer sequence can be changed. Together with the possibility to hide layers, also different levels of detail and different perspectives can be represented.