I tried here and get same thing. How a bout to create a new master with margins set to zero, and apply to the cover page.
Yes, Salah, that is exactly the only solution. I guess, the "None" master *does* inherit the margins and column definitions from the New Document dialog.
So many things to learn and understand!
Thank you / Roger
The None master is not actually a master page. It is *no* master page. So I wouldn't say that inherits margins definitions from the Document dialog, because there's nothing there to inherit. Applying None simply means removing all master pages from a given document page.
Just a semantic issue, I suppose (though it's useful especially if you ever need to script InDesign), but perhaps it makes it a little more intuitive to understand why it doesn't apply 0 margins to a page.
As the names says, none is not a Master, only Master A is a master. If you want to change margins you have to do it on the page or on the master which is the basic of the pages.
I hear you guys. Why did I have this idea that setting a document to Master page = None would void it of *any* page formatting attribute?
I guess out of simplicity.
Thank's for your patience and help.