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Master pages not acting independently

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May 11, 2020

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  I set up a very basic master page in a document. There are several pages in the full document where I do not want them to appear but when I go to master pages to choose "none" the "none" master includes the same items as on the actual master and , of course, appears on the document pages that I do not want them to. What am I doing wrong?

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If you have overidden any of the items on the pages with the master assigned, and then apply the [None] master the overridden items will stay on the page. If you select all of the overridden page items and choose Master Pages>Remove Selected Local Overrides from the Pages panel flyout menu, and then apply the [None] master they would get removed. Or, you could apply [None], select all of the page items, and delete.

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Master pages not acting independently

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  I set up a very basic master page in a document. There are several pages in the full document where I do not want them to appear but when I go to master pages to choose "none" the "none" master includes the same items as on the actual master and , of course, appears on the document pages that I do not want them to. What am I doing wrong?

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Correct answer by rob day | Adobe Community Professional

If you have overidden any of the items on the pages with the master assigned, and then apply the [None] master the overridden items will stay on the page. If you select all of the overridden page items and choose Master Pages>Remove Selected Local Overrides from the Pages panel flyout menu, and then apply the [None] master they would get removed. Or, you could apply [None], select all of the page items, and delete.

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The [None] master page is not editable or viewable. If you're viewing the A-Master and try double-clicking on [None], you will remain on the A-Master spread. You can apply it, however, the same way you apply other master pages.

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If you have overidden any of the items on the pages with the master assigned, and then apply the [None] master the overridden items will stay on the page. If you select all of the overridden page items and choose Master Pages>Remove Selected Local Overrides from the Pages panel flyout menu, and then apply the [None] master they would get removed. Or, you could apply [None], select all of the page items, and delete.

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. In addition to the earlier responses given by David and Rob, I'd request you to check out the help article https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/master-pages.html to know more about working with master pages.
Hope it helps.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

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