Using primary text frames


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Using primary text frames

One of the most powerful features inside InDesign is Master pages. They allow you to create a page design once and use it across an unlimited number of document pages. But prior to CS6 there was always a pretty big flaw with Master pages and that was the Master text frame. In CS6 the Master text frame has been replaced with something called the primary text frame and it's a welcome improvement when you have to make big adjustments to a layout. For example, when you have to adapt the layout created for an iPad so it's look good on a Kindle Fire, or when you need to fit a different orientation, so when you're going from a vertical layout to a horizontal or vice versa.

So to show how the primary text frameworks I have a document here that's a college course catalog and there are several pages with course listings. So we'll look at a few of them and we'll go back. All these pages are based on a Master page called courses, so I'll double-click to view that, press th...

Using primary text frames
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Using primary text frames provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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