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Part 3: Building Documents > Creating and Applying Master Pages - Pg. 99

99 Chapter 30. Creating and Applying Master Pages As with QuarkXPress, you can create master pages with InDesign to eliminate the need for repetitive page formatting. InDesign also includes additional master page features like parent-child ("based on") master pages and selective overriding of master page items, which we discuss in this and the next few chapters. Creating a New Master Page Making a new master page in InDesign is probably different than you're used to. To make a master page, you must select New Master from the Pages palette's flyout menu. In the New Master dialog box (see Figure 30-1) you can then enter the number of pages in the master and identify if it is based upon another master page. We discuss creating multipage master pages in Chapter 29, and we