Create a template file with 2 pages and apply the Master B on the second page.
That is what I have done. Page 1 of my template has Master Page A, page 2
has Master Page B. The problem arises when the user gets to the bottom of
page two, and a new page is automatically created. I want the new page to
automatically have Master Page B applied, but it keeps applying Master Page
On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 12:51 PM, Willi Adelberger <email@example.com
It's a pain and I thought it was fixed in CC, but it's not.
Turn off Smart Text Reflow.
Create the two pages as you've been doing.
Flow the text onto just page 1. Then load the cursor and flow it onto page 2.
Now, turn on Smart Text Reflow. The pages with continue with Master B.
If you need to type directly, save your template with dummy text for pages 1 and 2. Then start typing. Eventually you can delete the dummy text.
This worked! Thank you!!!!