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  1. After poking around thoroughly in Publisher, I did not see one feature that I find incredibly handy in ID - creating 'books'. I saw another thread where someone suggested using Publisher's 'Sections' as a way to handle longer documents, though I'm not sure this is the way to go and keep the program running smoothly. ID handles books by creating a 'container' into which you can add or remove other ID files as 'sections' - allowing you to rearrange each as needed, add/remove pages inside each and automatically updating page numbers as you shift things around. You can even tell the 'book' that all section's styles should be children of 1 master style, allowing you to only have to update a style once to populate it across all sections. There is a longish publication I work on each year that I find easiest to wrangle by creating it as a 'book' instead of a 100+ page file. I'm not 100% sure I'd want to attempt this same publication in Publisher without some way to better manage these sections. I'm not saying Affinity should recreate what Adobe has done - I am suggesting they could add this feature and have it work even better than Adobe's does. :-)
  2. This may be a bug, may be something that's changed or simply doesn't work the way I expect/want it to. Basically, if I create text frames on the master pages of a doc, I can paste into them on a doc, but I can't control the frames, get frames to spawn onto new pages, or even see the text if it's there. See the attached vid clip. AffPub_6x9_01.mp4
  3. Hello Sameone know how i can create automatic text windows on master for having all pages with a text window automattically chained each other? In Quark I put a window on master and I fond the same window on all pages. Thanks
  4. I just started today using the beta version of publisher. Created a master page with two empty picture frames and a text frame. Copied the master page to 10 pages in the pages area, worked fine, but placing a picture to the picture frame, places this picture in all the other pages including the master page. The same with text in the text frame. What can I do to avoid it?
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