By keeping the color in separate shapes on each page I can apply only the left- or right-hand page to a spread in my magazine.

Package Central then automatically collects the files on its station.

Operator machines will never again be tied up by the packaging process.

To do this, I double-click on the A-Master icon in the Pages panel (Window Pages).

This is a two-page Master as the document has been set up with facing pages; clicking on either the left or right page of the Master will bring up the full spread on screen. Think about the elements that will remain consistent across a group of pages.

Expose the Character panel if it isn't already open by clicking the "Window" menu and selecting "Type" followed by "Character."Use your cursor to highlight the text from which you'd like to remove the ligatures. It is a small downward-facing arrow and four horizontal lines located at the top of the panel.

Click "Ligatures" -- which, if enabled, has a check mark beside it -- to disable the feature.Masters are indispensable when creating multi-page documents like magazines, books, reports and brochures, allowing you to add design elements across a number of specified pages, creating a sense of consistency and professionalism in your document.You can also create multiple Master pages, each with different design elements.You can also add different Masters for index pages and contents pages, which may require different page numbering systems or headers. One of these Masters is called, by default, the ‘A-Master’, and depending on whether you’ve set the document up with single pages or facing spreads, will be made up of one or two pages.The A-Master is automatically applied to all the pages in your new document, which means that anything you put onto the A-Master will show up on all pages of your document.Placing my type cursor into the frame, I head up to Type Paragraph).