Working with Master Pages

The term master page was already introduced in our discussion of page setup attributes such as margins and page orientation. When you create a new publication, whether based on a blank template or a preformatted template, Publisher creates a master page that supplies basic page-formatting attributes to the pages in the publication. If you are creating a simple publication that consists of pages with the same formatting, this single master page approach (meaning that every page uses the master page settings) can probably work for you.

Master pages can also include information and objects that you want repeated on every page of the publication. For example, if you want to include a logo on the top-right corner of every ...

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