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Page Menu

The Page menu enables you to control whole pages, such as navigating to a specific page, adding or removing pages, and so on.

Figure 3.25 Page Menu

Go To Page

Menu: Page-> Go To

Mac: Cmd+J

Windows: Ctrl+J

If you have used the Section feature to begin your document on a specific page number, you can type the fifth page into the Go To dialog box by typing +5. The Plus sign makes it an absolute number. Cool, huh?

Toggle Displaying Master Pages

Mac: Shift+F10

Windows: Shift+F4

I wish the Go To dialog box would let you jump to a master page, but it won't. However, this keystroke jumps right to the first master page; then you can use the next two keystrokes to navigate through other master pages, if you have more than one. This is the same thing as double-clicking on the first master page in the Document Layout palette.

Display Next Master Page

Mac: Option+F10

Windows: Ctrl+Shift+F4

Display Previous Master Page

Mac: Option+Shift+F10

Windows: Ctrl+Shift+F3

Go To First Page

Menu: Page-> First

Mac: Cmd+Home or Ctrl+Shift+A

Windows: Ctrl+Page Up

Go To Last Page

Menu: Page-> Last

Mac: Cmd+End or Ctrl+Shift+D

Windows: Ctrl+Page Down

Go To Previous Page

Menu: Page-> Previous

Mac: Shift+Page Up or Ctrl+Shift+K

Windows: Shift+Page Up

Go To Next Page

Menu: Page-> Next

Mac: Shift+Page Down or Ctrl+Shift+L

Windows: Shift+Page Down

Page Properties

Menu: Page-> Page Properties

Mac: Cmd+Option+Shift-A

Windows: Ctrl+Alt+Shift-A

You'll only see this item when you have a Web document open.

Figure 3.26 Page Properties

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