Not without going to the master in which case it will apply to every page.
Yes, I know that! it's annoing to me sometimes...
Thank you though
you have to press cmd+shift and it is not part of the master sheet anymore.
When you override a master page item it is still connected to its master. You have to choose Pages>Master Pages...>Detach Selection from Master to detach an MP item and make it a page item with no master.
So if you edit a Master Page item's text and none of its other attributes—position, fill color, stroke, etc.—that page item will still respond to its master:
Instead of Cmd+Shift+Click to override the Master Page item ... then edit the item ... then hope for an "inverse" shortcut to re-assign it to the Master Page (which, as you already know, doesn't exist)...
Why not spend the same number of steps to just edit the Master Page item right on the Master Page without overriding it?
Cmd+J, [Master Page Letter] ... edit the item on the Master Page ... Cmd+J, [Page Number]
You are absolutly right. Actually this is what I do.
When you had the same stuff several times you look for another way to work better and faster. For me that trick would be sooo usefull.
Thank you for your help thought