Chapter 10. Pages and Books

Most people who lay out documents work on projects that have more than one page—booklets, brochures, newsletters, menus, annual reports, magazines, books, and so on. Even a lowly business card has two pages if you design a front and back.

When you work with multipage documents, you need to add pages, flow text, apply page numbers, and force text to move to certain pages.

If you are working on very complex documents, you need to make sure all the pages have the same structure.

If you are working on a book, you will want to join individual chapters together. You may also want to automate the process of creating a table of contents or an index.

Here’s where you’ll learn how to automate and organize working with multipage ...

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