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Chapter 8. Working with Pages > Subdividing Pages

Subdividing Pages

A single physical page can be subdivided into multiple logical pages. Let’s say that you need to design some invitations to a reception, and you want to print four of them on an 8 1/2×11-inch piece of card stock. You would subdivide the page into four logical pages—each with a copy of the invitation. Another example might be a notice that you want to distribute to your child’s classroom. I usually put two notices on a page so that I can quickly tuck the notice into their folders. In this case, you would divide the page in half, so you can place one notice on the top and one on the bottom.

The physical page maintains the original dimensions of the paper. Logical pages are pieces of the physical page, but they are still considered individual pages for purposes of page numbering. For example, if you subdivide a page into six logical pages and then turn on page numbering, the logical pages are numbered 1 through 6. The Labels feature uses the same concept to separate a sheet of paper into individual labels.


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