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Chapter 2. Page Layout > Pages and Spreads

Pages and Spreads

We considered naming this section “The Great Pages Palette Workout,” because that’s what it is. You won’t get far in InDesign without mastering the Pages palette, the primary tool for creating, arranging, deleting pages, and applying master pages (see Figure 2-18). It’s also a great way to move around in your publication.

Figure 2-18. Pages Palette

Note that in this case page 1 is targeted, but pages 6 and 7 are selected.

pages palette menu

The Show Vertically option makes your Pages palette look something like the Pages palette in QuarkXPress, but it’s a much less efficient use of palette space.



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