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Chapter 5. Text Flow > To rearrange pages using the Document Layout palette:

To rearrange pages using the Document Layout palette:

1.
Choose View > Show Document Layout (F10).

2.
Drag a document page icon to a new location .

Figure 2. If you force a page between two pages in a facing-pages document, the remaining pages may reshuffle. Note the Force Right pointer.


Figure 3. If you force a page between two spreads in any kind of document, the remaining pages won't reshuffle. Note the Force Down pointer.


or

Click the icon of the first page in a series of pages to be moved, Shift-click the icon of last page in the series, release Shift, then drag the pages to a new location. Or Cmd-click/Ctrl-click to select non-consecutive pages, then drag. (See also the figures on page 74.)

Text that flows from box to box in a series of manually or automatically linked boxes is called a story. Manual linking can be used in addition, or as an alternative, to automatic page insertion. In a print document, you can use it to flow text between non-consecutive pages, as in a newsletter or magazine, or from one box to another on the same page. In a Web document, you can use it to link boxes on the same page.


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