So i've just started putting a book together and thought i would syncronise the styles and master pages from my template/first chapter.
When i do that however my B (and C, but that is based on B) master page seems to change alignment from being a left page (which it should always be) to being a right page, and this changing the margins (as my margins are asymetrical).
I've played around and googled as much as i can but no luck. The only thing worth mentioning is that the file i'm tryiong to syncronise with is actually a duplicate of first chapter with the title changed and the content removed. Can provide screenshots if it helps.
Any and all help is sorely needed as i have spent about 3 hours trying to work this out so far. Maybe its something as simple as making sure Master Page B is always a left page? is that possible?
I found a work around, but still doesn't solve how to stop the problem happening.
After syncronise if i drag the left page from my A-master spread back onto my B-master page then it makes it based on it again and fixes it.
But i would still love to know how to stop it from happening otherwise this will waste a lot of time.
Please provide us with much more information:
1) Working on InDesign CC
2) Yep both created from scratch in the same version
3) Nope didn't come from an old version