I know this is probably a long shot but here is the scenario:
I design book interiors and each chapter opening page has a specific master page applied to it, the trouble is when a page shifts the master page doesn't follow which means I have to go through the entire book (if the change was at the beginning) and re-apply the master page.
Does anyone know of any way I could streamline this process, possibly by being able to "link" a master page to a specific text frame?
Any help/advice/ideas would be greatly appreciated...again I know this is a long shot.
Thanks in advance,
This is not normal behavior. Let me ramble this through my head.
If you have a threaded story, editting copy can cause content to change position away from an applied master. (It is permissable and desireable to have one threaded story for an entire document) There is no Section Break character, add that to wish list.
Yep, I've chased that dog.
Break the Chapters into a Book file.
Notyher option is to leave it as one document, but break the chapters out into separate stories so additons/deletions only affect the current chapter.