Using automatic page insertion


show more Using automatic page insertion provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jay Nelson as part of the QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training show less
please wait ...

Using automatic page insertion

When you're flowing text into a document that uses automatic text boxes, it can be really handy for Quark to automatically add new pages when the text that you're flowing in is longer than the number of pages that you've already set up. Notice I mentioned an automatic text box, which we talked about in a previous movie, but just real quickly here's what I'm talking about. This page has an automatically linked text box, which we know because this Chain icon here is intact. That means that if we flow more text into this text box on a layout page then it will fit in the box on the layout page.

You can tell QuarkXPress to add additional pages to accommodate the new text. Here's how you do that. Under the QuarkXPress Preferences, which is here under the QuarkXPress menu in Macintosh or under the Edit menu in Windows and scroll down to Print Layout > General. Here at the bottom, you'll see Auto Page Insertion, by default it's off because Quark doesn't want...

Using automatic page insertion
Video duration: 2m 44s 8h 6m Beginner

Viewers:

Using automatic page insertion provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jay Nelson as part of the QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training

Subject:
Design
Software:
QuarkXPress
Author:
please wait ...