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Even though an InDesign document can be thousands of pages long, it’s best to split long documents up into smaller parts. InDesign performs better with shorter documents. Splitting a large project into smaller parts is generally more efficient, especially when more than one person is working on the project at the same time. The burning question is: if you break up your project into small documents, how can you ensure style consistency and proper page numbering among them? The answer is InDesign’s Book feature.

Most people think of a book as a collection of chapters bound together to act as a single document. In InDesign, a book is a collection of InDesign documents on your disk or network that are loosely connected with each other via the Book palette. In other words, just because it’s called a “book” doesn’t mean it’s not relevant for magazines, catalogs, or any other set of documents.


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