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I'm preparing the Instructions for Use in 9 languages as one document. I have 9 master pages, one for each language. On each of them I should put exactly the same footer. I was wondering if there is a way to edit the footer just once and apply it on all the masters, or i must change manually each footer on each of the 9 masterapges?
Thank you for any ideas:-)
Just put it on the A Master Page.
Thank you for the answer. But I have 9 different (A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I) masterpages (A for Italian, B for English, C for Spanish... with different writings). The only common feature for all of them in a footer. How can I apply e common master to all of them? For now I was changing manually the fotter on each of these master pages. I would gladly evoid doing it everytime I must change something in the footer.
Make the other Master Pages subsidiaries of the A Master Page
Wow, that was easy 🙂 Thank you very much for your help, I didn't know it was possible to create sub-master pages!
Thank you very much, you've saved me a lot of stupid work! 🙂
Just by curiosity! …
"9 languages as one document. I have 9 master pages" ! …
Why 9 master pages?
Why not 1 master page and 9 layers? …
(^/) The Jedi
Cause that would be so annoying when laying out the copy/images etc - more layers. Footers, page numbers, headers and mastheads should always be on master page. It's good practice. (Not practise)