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Adobe InDesign CS5 : Managing Pages and Books - Using the Pages Panel

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The Pages panel allows you to visually display all the pages in your document. The Pages panel shows thumbnails for each page. At the top of the panel are the master pages for the document. A master page contains elements that are repeated on every page. When you’re working with a multi-page document, the Pages panel is an essential part of working with pages. You can add and remove pages as well as navigate to and from pages. The Pages panel, like all panels, provides an Options menu where you can select page-related commands and Pages panel display options. The display options allow you to change page icons size, position, and location. In addition, you can also set options to show or hide icons for page transparency, transition, and spread rotation.

Change the Pages Panel Display

Select the Pages panel.

  • You can also click the Window menu, and then click Pages.

Click the Options menu on the panel, and then click Panel Options.

Select from the following Pages panel options:

  • Size. Specify an icon size for Pages and Masters.

  • Show Vertically. Select to show page or master page icons vertically.

  • Show Thumbnails. Select to show page or master page icons as thumbnails.

Click the Pages on Top or Masters on Top option.

Click the Resize list arrow, and then select an option when you resize the Pages panel.

Click OK.

Show or Hide Pages Panel Icons

Select the Pages panel.

  • You can also click the Window menu, and then click Pages.

Click the Options menu on the panel, and then click Panel Options.

Select from the following options for icon display:

  • Transparency. Select to display icons when transparency is applied to a page or spread.

  • Spread Rotation. Select to display icons when the spread view is rotated.

  • Page Transitions. Select to display icons when page transitions are applied to a page or spread.

Click OK.

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