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Ever wonder why the icons representing the Frame objects found in the Layout category of the Insert bar look the way they do? Every icon has one area shown in a light blue color. Sure, it's stylish—but it's also purposeful. The blue area represents where the current page is placed when a Frame object is applied. So the first icon, called Left Frame, places your existing content on the right and the second icon, called Right Frame, puts the current page on the left. I find the object names somewhat misleading (yeah, like BMW's are somewhat expensive), so I just go by the icon to pick the style I want.

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