8. Next we will apply the B-Master to page one of the
document. Using the Document palette, click on the B-Master
page icon, then drag and drop it onto the page one icon
just below it: You will see The "A" in page
one change to a "B". Now double-click the
page one icon to bring up page one in the document window.
9. This is a view of the document with the B-Master applied
to page one.
10. Select the Content tool and place the mouse cursor
in the text box containing the number "55".
Double-click to highlight the text.
11. Type the number "1" for chapter one.
Place pre-formatted dummy text in master pages then
apply local formatting to the text in the document
pages where the master page is applied.
Once you apply local formatting to any master page
object in a document page, the document page inherits
that item. All future modifications of that item
must then be made in the document. This is why it
is best to make the master pages first and work
out all the formatting of master page objects. If
you want changes to apply to the entire document,
then make the changes to the objects in the master
page. Do not make changes to them in the document.