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Chapter 2. Page Layout > Overriding Master Items

Overriding Master Items

Want to modify or delete a master page item from a document page, but leave all of the other master pages items alone? Wait! Don’t cover the master page item with a white box! There’s a better way. InDesign calls it “overriding” a master page item.

To override a master page item, hold down Command-Shift/Ctrl-Shift and click the master page item (or, if you’re using the Text tool, click inside the master page item). InDesign “unlinks” the master page item, so you can select it, format it, or delete it as you would any other page item (see Figure 2-38). You can also override everything on any page(s) selected in the Pages palette by choosing Override All Master Page Items from the palette menu.


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