Change text in template

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Hello,

i guess this is a bit stupid question, but i'm new with Indesign.

I downloaded the supermarket product catalog template from Adobe Stock. Is it possible to change the text in the corners of the page. Now it is called "Section 1", but can i change it, or delete it?

 

Thanks!

 

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Correct answer by Steve Werner | Adobe Community Professional

Probably none of us who will read this posting have a copy of your template. It's quite possible that Section 1 is on a master page (but if you're new with InDesign you haven't learned that). You could try holding down the Command + Shift keys (Mac) or Ctrl + Shift keys (Windows) and clicking on the text frame to unlock an item that's on a master page. If that doesn't work, why don't you make a screen capture of what you're trying to work on. Make sure you're in Normal mode (not Preview) mode so we can help.

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Change text in template

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Hello,

i guess this is a bit stupid question, but i'm new with Indesign.

I downloaded the supermarket product catalog template from Adobe Stock. Is it possible to change the text in the corners of the page. Now it is called "Section 1", but can i change it, or delete it?

 

Thanks!

 

Best regards

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Steve Werner | Adobe Community Professional

Probably none of us who will read this posting have a copy of your template. It's quite possible that Section 1 is on a master page (but if you're new with InDesign you haven't learned that). You could try holding down the Command + Shift keys (Mac) or Ctrl + Shift keys (Windows) and clicking on the text frame to unlock an item that's on a master page. If that doesn't work, why don't you make a screen capture of what you're trying to work on. Make sure you're in Normal mode (not Preview) mode so we can help.

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Probably none of us who will read this posting have a copy of your template. It's quite possible that Section 1 is on a master page (but if you're new with InDesign you haven't learned that). You could try holding down the Command + Shift keys (Mac) or Ctrl + Shift keys (Windows) and clicking on the text frame to unlock an item that's on a master page. If that doesn't work, why don't you make a screen capture of what you're trying to work on. Make sure you're in Normal mode (not Preview) mode so we can help.

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Thanks! This worked for me!

 

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Without seeing your file maybee the text "Section 1" is on the Master page

Open Pages panel > Master page and try to edit the text there

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