1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 8, 2013 11:58 AM by peter minneapolis

    Master Pages: Identifying which page has been applied

    alpinemice Level 1

      Good afternoon, everyone!

       

      I am looking for a way to identify which Master Page has been applied to individual pages in an InDesign document. I did not build the doc, so I have no idea as to which of the 15 poorly named Master Pages I should edit.

       

      Is there any kind of menu or palette that identifies which Master has been applied to a page?

        • 1. Re: Master Pages: Identifying which page has been applied
          peter minneapolis Level 4

          The Pages panel does this.

           

          In addition, you can enter the page names in the Bleed or Slug area of each master page; they will appear on the corresponding document page on screen, but will not print because they're out of the live area. Search Google for terms like "InDesign bleed slug," without quotes for details.

           

           

          HTH

           

           

          Regards,

           

           

          Peter

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          alpinemice wrote:

           

          Good afternoon, everyone!

           

          I am looking for a way to identify which Master Page has been applied to individual pages in an InDesign document. I did not build the doc, so I have no idea as to which of the 15 poorly named Master Pages I should edit.

           

          Is there any kind of menu or palette that identifies which Master has been applied to a page?