InDesign Lesson 2: Working Smarter with Master Pages
Master pages serve as the foundation for InDesign documents that are more than a few pages in length. You can use master pages to maintain consistency throughout your document and work more efficiently. If you plan to create only short documents, such as one-page sales sheets or two-page flyers, you can skip this lesson and go to InDesign Lesson 3, “Working with and Formatting Text.”
What you’ll learn in this lesson:
Before starting, make sure your tools and panels are consistent by resetting your preferences. See “Resetting the InDesign workspace and preferences” in the Starting up section of this book.
In this lesson, will work with several files from the id02lessons folder. Make sure that you have copied the CClessons folder onto your hard drive from www.digitalclassroombooks.com/CC/DesignTools. See “Loading lesson files” in the Starting up section of this book. This lesson might be easier to follow if the id02lessons folder is on your desktop.
In this lesson, you will create a magazine. You will use master pages to create layout templates for each section in the magazine, including running headers, which run across the top of ...