Overriding master page items


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Overriding master page items

Now that we've created the masters, let's begin to place content on these pages. If I try to select this text, I can't seem to grab it. The reason is it's a master page item. You notice these small dots? These means it's connected to the master page, and it isn't currently editable. I'm going to hold Command+Shift on the Mac, or Ctrl+Shift on the PC, and click on each of these frames. Now that they are overridden, I can edit them or delete them if I wish. I'm going to double-click in, and I'm going to type in "CALIFORNIA" and "explore".

Let's change their colors. I'll select explore, go to my swatches, and choose Explore Pink. Let's select CALIFORNIA and choose Explore Gray. I will grab my Selection tools, and I will move this around to position this better. Next, I hold Command+Shift or Ctrl+Shift on the PC, override this frame, and then deselect, select it again, and delete it because I don't need it. Next, I need to a...

Overriding master page items
Video duration: 3m 21s 3h 51m Intermediate

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Overriding master page items provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations

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Design Web
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InDesign
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