Confused? Me too...
Basically I am making an 87 page book. I have a total of 4 Master Pages. Master A has a a few placed graphics on it in the background, Master by is simply a duplication of Master A, but the images are upside down instead. My Master C & D are different placed objects, but still follows the same formula as I mentioned before. Now, when I make the first 7 pages of the book based on Master A everything is good. I then make 10 pages based on Master B, and still, everything is good. I get to Master C and create about 20 pages, and I do the same for Master D.
At this point I now have 57 pages in my pages window. What I know need to express is that the placed artwork that is in the background has a second layer to it. One layer has balloons, the other beach balls. The art was created in Illustrator just in case that's important. What I am trying to do is duplicate the 20 pages I made based on Masters C & D, but simply change one layer to another using the Object Layer Options feature in some way. I don't want to make a Master E & F with the new graphics because each of the 20 pages I made is slightly different in some way.
Does anyone know of a script or a possible way to make this quick and easy without doing Object Layer Options 20 times?
It's most likely going to be best to go ahead and make the two new masters, set the object layer options on them, then apply these to the document pages. Hopefully you didn't override any master objects, or they will be left on the document pages and new master objects created behind them.
Thank you for the response. Unfortunately I did have to override the pages so that effect happens. That does give me something to work off of though. If I place the one graphic that changes on each page onto the pages themselves, instead of placing it on the Master, overriding it, and then moving it, I could use the just Apply Master to Pages and problem solved!
Thanks again Peter!