What does '200 pp.' Mean?
If you mean pages: what is the source? Word? PDF?
In short: we need more info to be able to answer you.
If it is a Word file:
Use a Primary Text Frame and the Text preference 'Auto flow text'
Do not use a primary text frame(!!) - uncheck this when creating a new InDesign document - and choose File/Place and after selecting the text file hold the SHIFT key when clicking on the first page.
But the best option: buy a book or follow some training to learn how to work with InDesign first!
pp means printed pages.
pp is the plural of p, page. So pp (corrected) just means pages. Anyway, are you happy with the reply? If not, please answer the question.
You need to get some traIning. InDesign is a professional application with a steep learning curve.
Personal training may be the best, but it's the most expensive. There are also some good books, such as the Classroom in a Book series and the QuickStart guides. The online video training from TrainSimple.com and Lynda.com are excellent. You can get a 10-day free trial with Lynda.com.
If you're particularly interested in studying in depth using Word and InDesign together, Lynda.com have a whole course devoted to it:
And in addition, you can get answers to individual issues on this friendly user-to-user forum!