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Chapter 20. Libraries > Using libraries

Using libraries

A library is a special kind of file that's used to organize and store items of any type: text boxes or picture boxes, empty or filled; contentless boxes; lines; text paths; tables; and even groups of items. Each library is displayed as a floating palette and can contain up to 2,000 items. When you drag an item from a library palette into any Quark XPress project window, a copy of the item appears in the active layout. An unlimited number of libraries can be created.

This is part of the library that was used to produce this book (in Mac OS X).



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