3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 16, 2015 9:12 AM by utew20489094

    Normally when you open the page palette in InDesign it is divided in two. The upper part is where the master page is (and a page called none), while the lower part is where the actual pages of the documents are. Unfortunately when I open my page palette,

    utew20489094

      Normally when you open the page palette in InDesign it is divided in two. The upper part is where the master page is (and a page called none), while the lower part is where the actual pages of the documents are. Unfortunately when I open my page palette (InDesign CS 6 on a Mac), there is no upper and lower part- only the lower part appears. When I put my cursor over my pages, it tells me that I have “A-Master applied”.

       

      Why is my upper part not showing (A-Master and None)? The pages I have don’t “act” like master pages- for instance I can’t get page numbering happening.


      Any help is very much appreciated. Thanks!