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Can I toggle through master pages with a keyboard shortcut?

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I want to toggle through these master pages with a keyboard shortcut, if possible. 

I am updating them one by one, pasting some text unique to each language on the master pages. It would be great to have a keyboard shortcut to toggle down to the next master page in the list.

 

My InDesign is the current version.

 

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, just use the previous page/next page shortcuts.

  • Windows: Alt+Page Up key/Page Down key
  • Mac with full keyboard: Opt+Page Up key/ Page Down key
  • MacBook without a numeric keypad: Fn+Opt+Up Arrow key/Down Arrow Key

 

~Barb 

 

Edit: you can drop the Alt/Opt if you like. I prefer to navigate and center the spread at the same time—adding Alt/Opt centers each spread as it moves in to view.

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Can I toggle through master pages with a keyboard shortcut?

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I want to toggle through these master pages with a keyboard shortcut, if possible. 

I am updating them one by one, pasting some text unique to each language on the master pages. It would be great to have a keyboard shortcut to toggle down to the next master page in the list.

 

My InDesign is the current version.

 

Screen Shot 2020-07-23 at 1.25.05 PM.png

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, just use the previous page/next page shortcuts.

  • Windows: Alt+Page Up key/Page Down key
  • Mac with full keyboard: Opt+Page Up key/ Page Down key
  • MacBook without a numeric keypad: Fn+Opt+Up Arrow key/Down Arrow Key

 

~Barb 

 

Edit: you can drop the Alt/Opt if you like. I prefer to navigate and center the spread at the same time—adding Alt/Opt centers each spread as it moves in to view.

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Yes, just use the previous page/next page shortcuts.

  • Windows: Alt+Page Up key/Page Down key
  • Mac with full keyboard: Opt+Page Up key/ Page Down key
  • MacBook without a numeric keypad: Fn+Opt+Up Arrow key/Down Arrow Key

 

~Barb 

 

Edit: you can drop the Alt/Opt if you like. I prefer to navigate and center the spread at the same time—adding Alt/Opt centers each spread as it moves in to view.

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