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  • Indesign: unlock masterpage elements

    How do you unlock the master items in the regular document?


  • #2
    command-shift and click the object on mac and control-shift click on pc.


    • #3
      Or go to the tip arrow on the pages palette and detach all objects from Master.


      • #4
        If you do it tZ's way the unlocked items can still be modified via the Master
        Page, which can be very handy if a common element has to be shifted later
        in the project.


        • #5
          Thats the one Tz, thanks.


          • #6
            Yeah, yeah, and when a designer sends me different size layouts on multipage doc setups, sometimes you have to page em out one at a time without the master elements. I forget sometimes that a sledgehammer is not always the best way to proceed.


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