Find out why and how to work with master pages in InDesign.
- [Instructor] In the previous movie,…we created a four-page document…and we zeroed out the margins.…We're going to change them now on the master pages,…which is where you do them if you want them to run…throughout a document after you've created it.…There are three ways that I can think of…to get to the master pages,…the first of which is down at the bottom…of the interface here.…This is the current page indicator,…and you can see it just there.…You can also go to the Pages panel,…and you can see at the top here,…the master pages above this dividing line.…
But the way I'd really like you to do it…is to learn the jump to page shortcut,…which is Cmd, or Ctrl if you're on a Windows machine,…and tap J for jump.…I know it's the Go to Page dialogue,…but let's think of it as jumping there.…All you then need to do is tap A and hit Return,…and hey presto, you are now on the master pages.…Now, we can view the whole spread here…by either going to the View menu…or using Alt + Cmd + 0. That's Alt + Ctrl + 0 on a PC.…
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